ADHD is a non-discriminatory disorder affecting people of every age, gender, IQ, and religious and socioeconomic background. 

Watch the hashtag #ADHDawareness on Twitter throughout the month of October for information about ADHD from CHADD, National Resource Center on AD/HD, ADDitude Magazine, ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), & Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA).

Get the Facts!

Do you have questions about ADHD? Here are 7 informative fact sheets full of important information about the condition.

CHADD 2014 Annual International Conference on ADHD

Did you know the only place to hear the latest research and methods of treating ADHD straight from leading researchers is the CHADD Annual International Conference on ADHD?  Register today!

Calendar of Events


Visit the ADHD Awareness Month coalition website to search for and participate in local, national and international activities.


Learn about ADHD through Educational Videos-CHADD has a series of videos with both general education and topic-specific information about ADHD for parents, professionals, educators and adults with ADHD.

Ask a Question About ADHD

Ask a Question About ADHD - Have a question about ADHD?  Our Health Information Specialists can help. 

Read Stories about Personal Triumphs and Struggles

ADHD Champions  are individuals with ADHD who have overcome their struggles and blossomed in their successful careers. Their stories are tales of triumph and inspiration. Each of our Champions serves as a testament to perseverance and the ability to rise above the disorder. Read the stories  of each of our ADHD Champions who include Army Wives actress Wendy Davis, Auburn University football player, Peyton Barber, producer and director Chusy Jardine, triathlete Max Fennell, race car driver Luca Forgeois, public relations/marketing entrepreneur Peter Shankman, UPS sales executive Mark Merrilees, business owner Marta Bota, graduate student Jennifer Staffenberg, and junior golf player Sean Murray.


Read stories about personal triumphs and struggles.

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