Introducing an easy, reliable and trusted way to gain the knowledge, strategies and solutions to overcome the challenges of Adult ADHD
Whether you’re newly diagnosed with adult ADHD, or you’ve simply decided now’s the time to take charge of your life and your ADHD, ADDA’s Adult ADHD Starter Kit will start you off on the right foot.
ADDA is the world largest organization dedicated exclusively to helping adults with ADHD live better lives. We’ve been around more than 25 years, so we’ve learned a few things. When you don’t know where to start, the result is predictable: confusion and overwhelm.
ADDA is here to guide you from wherever you are now to wherever you want to be. We’ll help you live your best life as an adult with ADHD.
Claim Your FREE Adult ADHD Starter Kit!
Here’s what you’ll receive:
- A free subscription to the ADDA Insider: Serve. Connect. Empower.
ADDA is your valuable and trusted source of all the latest science-based, proven, reliable information on adult ADHD. Every issue is packed with articles, advice, solutions and recommendations exclusively for adults with ADHD. Plus, as a subscriber, you’ll be notified of all the latest services available from ADDA and partners:
- Learn about the latest Webinars from your favorite adult ADHD experts.
- First access to ADDA’s new mobile app, ADDA Health Storylines!
- The latest articles from the foremost experts in adult ADHD.
- And more!
With the ADDA Insider in your inbox, you won’t miss a thing!
You’ll also receive recordings of 3 of the most-popular programs for new adults with ADHD from ADDA’s webinar series:
- Just Diagnosed, Now What? By Russell Ramsey, Ph. D, clinical psychologist
- ADHD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life By ADHD organizational expert Judith Kolberg
- Conquer Procrastination By David Giwerc, Master Certified ADHD Coach
Just enter your name and email address and press “Subscribe” to get instant access to your free ADDA Insider and bonus gifts. It’s as easy as that. It costs nothing, but the information is priceless.
See what one subscriber had to say:
“Thank you so much. The recordings are wonderful. As a young woman recently diagnosed at 28 and with a graduate degree in psychology, I had no idea of the genetic component and the science behind it allows me to understand the amount of control I have in modifying my own behavior. ADHD isn’t something I ‘deal’ with; it is something I can control. I manage my symptoms and understand how I can utilize them. Working with them instead of making them my enemy all of these years has been a great help. ADDA is a great resource – it allows an individual to have a wealth of information in a concise format at their fingertips from various experts.
Thank you again,