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ADHD Resources and Reading Lists

 

Many thanks to Professor Blanaid Gavin, Associate Professor of Child Psychiatry in UCD, who compiled the original list of resources, and to the ADMiRE team who have updated and added to this list.

Advocacy Groups

  • ADHD Ireland is a volunteer family support group. The Dublin branch is at Carmichael House, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7. Tel: 01 874 8349. Website https://adhdireland.ie/
  • Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) is an US based non-profit organisation providing information and resources on ADHD. Website https://chadd.org
  • Irish National Council of AD/HD Support Groups (INCADDS) is an umbrella organisation for the ADHD Support Groups active throughout the country. Website https://www.incadds.ie/
  • The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service (ADDISS) is a UK based charity providing information and resources on ADHD. Website http://www.addiss.co.uk/

Internet Resources about ADHD

Books about ADHD

Internet Resources for parenting and managing behaviour

Website http://www.incredibleyears.com/.
There is also an evidence-based parenting course based on the book, that you can find out more about on https://www.archways.ie/our-programmes/incredible-years/

Books for parenting and managing behaviour

Books suitable for children

Internet resources for teachers / educators

Books for teachers / educators

There are also many useful resources available for teachers on the Incredible Years website http://www.incredibleyears.com/parents-teachers/for-teachers/

  • Special Education Support Service (SESS) “Behaviour Resource Bank” is a compilation of Advice Sheets which cover both the preventative and management aspects of dealing with challenging behaviour. Available at https://www.sess.ie/behaviour-resource-bank.