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This is an e-list that exists for the dissemination of information pertaining to AD/HD. (ADD & ADHD)

Information will be relevant to local and national issues and will be forwarded to list members as the information becomes available.

The list is not a forum for discussion. It is intended for additional research purposes only.

The purpose of this E-list is to inform. Thus it will include
postings that cover a wide range of topics, interests and depth. Some
postings are geared to specific E-list members (parents, doctors, etc.).

Others are more general. When feasible, the audience for a mail/posting listing in the Subject line.

Our emails/posts are never intended to provide legal, medical,
psychological or financial ADVICE, either implicit or explicit, and
must never be used in place of personal guidance as provided by
qualified professionals.

Listing of a product or service does not in any way imply approval of
that product or service. We do not authenticate any post nor test any
product or service for applicability or suitability. Any claims made
have not been authenticated by us.

Posted material does not necessarily reflect our views and, in some
instances, might even be contrary to our beliefs but is provided for
your information so you can make your own informed decision.

We accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information
provided. Copyrights are those of the authors and must be respected at
all times.

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  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
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