ADDA works diligently to support adults with ADHD by providing:
- Virtual Support Groups let you connect with other members who truly understand life with ADHD and share resources, information, and support.
- ADDA Ambassadors provide a human contact you can reach out to when you just need to hear the friendly voice of someone who gets what you’re going through.
- ADDA Webinars provide information on executive functioning challenges and living successfully with ADHD. Each webinar is packed with helpful information and features expert coaches, psychologists, therapists, physicians, researchers, organizers, and educators.
- The ADDA Insider is a monthly newsletter featuring articles from ADHD experts and members who truly get it providing subscribers with up-to-date information on topics related to ADHD as well as inspiring and motivational stories.
- ADDA Storylines mobile app designed specifically to meet the needs of adults with ADHD. It’s absolutely free and available for Android, iOS and even on the Web.
- Support for and facilitation of research on issues specifically impacting the adult ADHD community. ADDA needs your support to facilitate research on diagnosis and treatment options geared towards adults.
- The ADDA Conference is the largest live event of its kind dedicated to adults with ADHD. This Conference brings together adults with ADHD, their loved ones and the professionals who serve them in a unique event to connect with experts, professionals, researchers and most importantly, with other adults with ADHD.
- A united voice to policy makers in Washington, DC regarding issues that directly impact adults with ADHD, such as reporting discrimination faced by students seeking accommodations for high stakes testing. ADDA is also the author of U.S. Resolution 390, unanimously approved by the U.S. Senate, establishing ADHD Awareness Day, now ADHD Awareness Month in the U.S. and spreading internationally.
ADDA is constantly seeking new ways to help adults with ADHD live better lives, and introducing new programs. If you’re an adult with ADHD, (or you care about one), learn more about what we can do to help make your (or their) life better at (www.add.org/ADDA-Membership/)