An introduction to the ADHD Pages
available on the Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site.
A site centred around ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome,
Dyslexia and similar neurological differences along with any other type of
The following list of pages referring to ADHD issues that are available at the new Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site at; www.hi2u.org.uk or go directly to the pages by clicking on the links below.
(The main ADHD menu page on the Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, new web site.) This page has information that will enable you to learn more about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. There are links to articles regarding ADHD.
Is like an Hidden Impairment or Invisible Disability.
From Assessment to
Developing a Comprehensive Plan to Help Your Child with ADHD
by Sam Goldstein, Ph.D.
Does Herbie have ADHD or are you like Herbie?
article by Andy Hayes
Is there something wrong?
by Jill Curtis
How do you know if your child has an invisible disability, or not?
50 Tips On The Management of
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
by Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. and John J. Ratey, M.D.
Sometimes I come across an article that just makes good sense its like you can feel it in your bones! I believe these 50 tips without medication are so valuable. Just reading this can make you feel more confident about the future. Many thanks to; Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. for allowing this article to be displayed on this site. Andy 21st January 2003
Are the Comorbid Conditions
of ADHD the Same Impairment?
This is an article written by Chris Hayes when he was 15 years old and then rewritten by him now he's 17 years old. It describes the common Neurological Impairments which are often comorbids of ADHD and puts them into 3 main groups. This article also talks about the way that all of these conditions are very strongly linked together.
may mimic effects of medication for ADHD, say Nottingham academics. August 2005
How Ritalin Works For Me!
Andy, an adult who is diagnosed with ADHD, explains both the positive and negative experiences he has when using Ritalin medication.
WHY COACHING FOR ADHD?
by Jan Assheton RGN RSCN
Semantic Pragmatic Disorder
Article by Babs, mother to an 8 year old with SPD.
4 ADHD Web Links
Links to sites centred around ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and similar neurological conditions.
The Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site provides information
about support groups generally centred around ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome
and similar neurological conditions. Some support groups may support
other impairments or all disabled people.
The current groups listed are for England UK. However soon Scotland and Wales will be included. This site may consider listing international groups at some time in the future.
Here you can find information about many local support groups. At present this is listing groups in England UK, soon Scotland UK and maybe international groups will also be considered.
Add Your Support
This link will take you to a page where you can fill in a form with details about your support group for consideration to be listed on this site.
The following list of pages referring to ADHD issues are available at the old Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site at; www.hi2u.org or go directly to the pages by clicking on the links below.
The Importance of Homework
in Your Child's Education
By Dr. Sam Goldstein & Dr. Sydney Zentall
Parents Should Know About Homework Assignments
By Dr. Sam Goldstein & Dr. Sydney Zentall
News & Events.
This page will be listing news, events, research or anything else that is "happening" that is directly or indirectly of possible interest for people with hidden impairments. So items listed maybe of interest to people with different impairments.
The following pages are on the new site.
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Please ensure you have read the terms and conditions and agree to them before using information found on any of the pages on any sites and services for Hi2u for people with hidden impairments.
Contact info and
Use this link to find out about contact facilities.
Link to this site.
This web page is part of the: hi2u 4 people with hidden impairment, web site. Supporting and creating better awareness for people with hidden impairments also known as invisible disabilities. Why does this site use the term hidden impairments? Use the following link to learn more about hidden impairments.
4 People with hidden impairments.
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