ADHD: Disorder and Treatments
This web site defines Attention Deficit Disorder. It includes symptoms, treatments, online resources, and organizations. It is a good resource for parents who might think that their child may have attention deficit disorder.
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Sarah Hicks (Student)
and what help the person may recieve to help them better understand the cause
Diane Castle (Student)
very easy to get around. This had some very informational tools such as the
ADHD test for adults which I had never seen on any other site before.
Amanda Pendrak (Student)
informative and helpful. I never did quite undestand what ADD was and how much
of an impact it has on people. I was especially was surprised to find out that
adults can have it too. That's not something you hear too much about. I think
this website can definately help both teachers and students with learning about
wanted and needed, so I definately think that first time users will have no
problem with it.
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Tracy Mullen (Student)
was also easy to navigate. It offered some great information on the subject of
ADD/ADHD and I think this site will be very effective in enhancing teaching and
June Tristram (Student)
information on every disorder possible. After 1 hour of browsing the material I
felt that the content of the material does specifically address disorders and
treatments that are educationally significant.
My knowledge of many issues has been expanded, so therefore I believe this site
would be an excellent learning tool for students and educators.
believe a first time user would find it fiarly easy to use.
Ellen Weintraub (Student)
student. It had alot of information on mental illness i did not knwo of.
Maura Scanlon (Student)
wait to share this information with people I know that would value the materials
within. I think people might be able to better understand the information once
brought to their attention.
trouble in the past trying to find information in this area and was relieved to
find this site was simple but yet very useful.
Lindsay Franklin (Student)
examined the link regarding symptoms, which gave me a broad overview of ADD and ADHD. I also examined the links regarding what exactly these
disorders are, possible treatment options, various on-line resources on these disorders, diagnosis of ADD and ADHD, where to go for help and a
reliable diagnosis, support organizations, ADHD quiz, on-line support group and new research findings. In my opinion, the quality of the
content was of a highly credible nature and it was most definitely educationally significant. This website acts as a great teaching/learning tool as it provides such a complete background on
these disorders, while directing the viewer to other sources for further reading and research. I do believe that this resource would absolutely
enhance both the educator and student's knowledge of these topics to a strong degree.
navigate around this website--I felt that everything was easily
accessible and clearly stated. First time users should not have a problem navigating this website. I would highly recommend this website as it is very well-organized and presented, while providing a great deal of useful information.
Cyndy Otty (Student)
awhile browsing through the links and looking at the different sections of the
site. I found the material beneficial for everyone from those with the disorder
to those just interested in learning about it.
very easy to understand and find the things I needed to.
Daniel Crampton (Faculty)
MentalHelp.net is a very informative website that seems to focus more towards the layman rather than the professional. I would recommend it for reference, but I would not necessarily use it in a classroom. Many of the articles I read seem to be in blog format and not reviewed; although I am sure the information presented in each article is predominently accurate.
Easy to navigate; user friendly.