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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 11 percent of all children aged 4-17 in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD. That is roughly 6 million children. Add to that group the 60 percent of adults who never outgrow their symptoms, and you’ve got a U.S. population of 14 million people living with attention deficit. And the numbers are growing.

ADDitude serves this community with unbiased, helpful content designed to solve the biggest problems facing parents, adults, spouses, teachers, clinicians, and others managing ADHD and related conditions everyday. In other words, if your child’s teacher or your wife’s boss has a question about ADHD or LD and its treatment, we want you to send them to our website for material that’s concise, responsible, and helpful.

ADDitude is not only a trusted source of strategies and information about ADHD and related conditions like learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, and oppositional defiant disorder; we are your voice and your advocates. What began in 1998 as a print publication for ADHD professionals is now a quarterly bible, a web site, support groups, a series of newsletters, webinars, ebooks, and a social media community of 300,000. We’re in this with you.

ADDitude is required reading for anyone touched by ADHD — it’s just that simple.

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