There are many resources available on their website and I encourage you to spend some time reviewing all the information they have to offer. Here is a brief list of a few of the resources you will find.
There are a number of publications including Attention which is a bimonthly magazine that is available online and there is also an archive of past issues. They also have ADHD Newsstand, The ADHD Blog, ADHD in the News, ADHD Weekly, Podcasts, and Digital Box. You can access these publications under the Education & Advocacy heading on their Homepage.
National Resource Center (NRC) on ADHD
This is a resource that all families and professionals should have in their ADHD tool box. The NRC serves as a clearinghouse of information on ADHD and is a program of CHADD. They provide a number of valuable services: science-based web information on ADHD and the many related conditions that can accompany the disorder, an ADHD Helpline, a variety of digital media, weekly newsletters, support for expansion of ADHD research, maintains a health sciences library resource service, professional training, and offers community outreach. https://chadd.org/about/about-nrc/
Training & Events
Training & Events provides you with an archive of Webinars and Ask the Expert, both upcoming and past events https://chadd.org/ask-the-expert/. In this section you can also find information on ADHD training and support for adults, parent to parent, and teacher to teacher.
CHADD maintains several directories:
A new school year is fast approaching and it will be challenging in many different ways. For adults with ADHD many may be going back to work or starting a new job. When you live with ADHD you never have too many resources to draw upon when you need information. I encourage you to spend a few minutes each day becoming familiar with CHADD and all that it has to offer. Add it to your ADHD tool box or ADHD library.