Social Media LinksCADDAC is connecting with users of social media in order to further our mandate
to take a national leadership role in networking all organizations, professionals, patients, caregivers and other stakeholders involved in ADHD related issues, and to then support those people through education and advocacy.
If you or the organization you are involved with would like to use social media to connect with CADDAC, send us an email at email@example.com to be added to this list and please LIKE us on Facebook and FOLLOW us on Twitter! Stay tuned for the soon-to-come addition of the CADDAC Blog!
CADDAC on Facebook
CADDAC on Twitter
CADDAC connects with these websites in order to further distribute our resources. We cannot guarentee that the these websites or the individual users of these sites offer legitimate ADHD information. Never substitute information on a website for solid medical or legal advise.
Attention Talk Radio Hosted by Jeff Copper of Dig Coachinghttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/attentiontalkradio
Dr. Kenny Handelman's ADD/ADHD Blog
Dr. Kenny Handelman on Facebook "Attention Difference Disorder"
Dr. Kenny Handelman on Twitter
Pete Quily's Blog: Adult ADD Strengths
Pete Quily on Twitter
Totally ADDhttp://totallyadd.com/Totally ADD on FacebookTotally ADD on TwitterParents and Kids with ADD/ADHD Facebook Community* For parents of children with any type of learning disibilities including ADD/ADHD, or for parents dealing with a learning disability themselves, to discuss and share our stories and to know that we are not alone.
Wellolistic: Wellness Social Network Sharing News and Viewshttp://www.wellolistic.com* "Wellolistic" thinking encourages holistic health and wellness ideas that include wellness for the body, mind, spirit, our society and our planet. It includes being proactively engaged in the overall well being of society and in your own state of personal health. Being “wellolistic” presumes a genuine inclusive caring for yourself, your family, your society, animals and the environment.