These resources are only starting points. Dyslexia, for example, is only one recognized Specific Learning Disorder, involving reading. There are others involving math (Dyscalculia) and written expression (Dysgraphia). ADHD can co-exist with learning disorders, anxiety and other challenges. Learning Disorders can be co-existent with other medical issues, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, as can Executive Function Disorder. And so the resources I list for one condition are often valuable for investigating the others as well. You may also find relevant information on my Hoarding Disorder Resources page as well. These referrals are not an endorsement of any particular product, methodology or provider. And I offer my appreciation to my Institute for Challenging Disorganization and National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals colleagues for this compilation as well: many of these references come from them.
I also collect visually- and verbally-oriented resources on my YouTube channel.
ADD/ADHD: International and National
www.adhdpalooza.com Annual Online Conferences on ADHD for Women and Parents
935 Northern Blvd. ~ Suite 102, Great Neck, NY 11021
Child Mind Institute
445 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Disability Scoop magazine
The Holderness Family - Comedy - ADD/ADHD - Brilliance
Learning Disabilities Association of America
4156 Library Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15234-1349
National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO)
1120 Rt 73, Suite 200
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Strategic Coach - recommended by Edward Hallowell
The ARC - "Advocacy and Innovation. For and with people with developmental disabilities."
1825 K Street, NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20006
More Attention, Less Deficit: Success Strategies for Adults with ADHD by Ari Tuckman. My review is here.
Grateful thanks to Cindy Jobs for the next three suggestions!
Puget Sound Region
ADD Center of Bellevue
2000 116th Avenue NE, Suite 6
Bellevue, WA 98004
Brooks Powers Group - evaluation services
1200 Westlake Avenue North #810
Seattle, WA 98109
Hallowell Todaro Center - evaluation and therapy service
5502 34th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Dr. Janis T. Horike
1750 112th Avenue NE, Suite B214
Bellevue, WA 98004
Kindering - Pediatric evaluation and therapy services
Yafa Luria, Blocked to Brilliant - Pediatric and family ADD coach
WATAP (Washington Assistive Technology Act Program)
University of Washington
UW Box 354237
Seattle, WA 98195-4237
(800) 214-8731 Toll-Free Hotline
(866) 866-0162 Toll-Free TTY
(206) 543-4779 Local Fax
Dr. Timothy Weber
1300 114th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Madrona Building, Suite 104
Dyslexia: International and National
Davis Dyslexia Association International
1601 Bayshore Ave. Suite 260
Burlingame, CA 94010
Toll-Free in U.S. & Canada:
1-888-999-3324 [1-888-999-DDAI] (Order books & materials)
1-888-805-7216 (Workshops, training & licensing)
International Dyslexia Association
40 York Road, 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21204
Upside-Down Brilliance: The Visual-Spatial Learner by Linda Kreger Silverman
WA Dyslexia Resource Guide, WA State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Executive Function Disorder: International and National
Color to Declutter by Jean Prominski
The Organized Student by Donna Goldberg and Jennifer Zwiebel
The Sensory Child Gets Organized by Carolyn Dalgleish
The Smart but Scattered series by Peg Dawson and Richard Guare
Helping Students Take Control of Everyday Executive Functions by Paula Moraine
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington
P.O. Box 3044
Seattle, WA 98114
Phone: (206) 467-4800, 877-982-4292
Northwest ADA Center
"Providing information, training, and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act to Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington."
Video Phone (ASL): 425-233-8913
Provail - "Life opportunities for people with disabilities."
12550 Aurora Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98133
General Mental Health Resources
"Apps and digital health resources reviewed by experts"
Special Needs/Twice Exceptional Education
Resilience & Self-Compassion
Learned Optimism by Martin E.P. Seligman, Ph.D.
Mindset by Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D.
www.selfcompassion.org, Dr. Kristen Neff