ADDitude Magazine's staff and advisors are dedicated, experienced professionals who bring together two critical disciplines: journalism and mental health. We have one major goal: to provide clear, accurate, user-friendly information and advice for families and individuals affected by AD/HD.
ADDitude is the one place you can turn to for all your concerns and needs. But we strive serve other audiences as well.
We also serve as a valuable resource for the professionals - teachers, healthcare providers, employers and others - who interact with AD/HD people every day. If your child's teacher or your wife's boss has a question about AD/HD and its treatment, we want you to send them to our website for material that's concise, responsible, and helpful.
Journalists and others seeking information can turn to us for the most comprehensive, timely and objective interpretation of the facts about AD/HD. We endeavor to keep the public fully informed about this disorder by working cooperatively with other publications, broadcast outlets, and online sites.
Finally, we strive to be a national voice for people with AD/HD, many of whom are children who have difficulty speaking for themselves and asserting their rights. Some of us at ADDitude have AD/HD kids and others have AD/HD themselves. We're in this with you.