Newly diagnosed with ADHD?
Here is a list of ADHD Experts You Need To Know.
4.4% of the US adult population is living with ADHD. But less than 20% of these individuals actually seek help (source)
I have been contemplating writing a guide to ADHD experts for some time. But I was having trouble deciding where to start.
There are hundreds of blogs and websites about ADHD. Some do a ton of research and work to collaborate with the, “people in the know.” I’ve always wanted to have more of an educational website so I write in that style.
While others are more lifestyle based, like a personal blog.
Whatever your reading preferences – make sure that the information you get about ADHD is based in science. You should see citations for sources on a legitimate website. Or at least some links to adda and CHADD.
Reading all the emails asking me for help made me even more overwhelmed.
How can I decide? Where do I start? Who should I recommend?
My draft of this post was roughly 4000 words so I scrapped it.
This list of experts is my no means comprehensive – but it is a carefully cultivated list of researchers and people who genuinely care about the ADHD community and do fantastic work therein.
This is my Non-Fancy But Very Comprehensive List of ADHD Experts I Like to Cyberstalk.
ADHD experts you need to know
The ADHD Expert list is a downloadable pdf. I made it black and white so it is also easily printable.
If you are newly diagnosed and looking for answers, this is it.
So the next time somebody asks you a rude question about ADHD, you can arm yourself with information.
When it comes to ADHD, knowledge is power.