Below is a list of websites, online articles and local resources that I find to be extremely helpful to my patients.
Websites and Articles
- Adult ADHD Questionnaire: Use this questionnaire to help determine if you need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of ADD or ADHD in an adult. Opens in a new window
- Exercise: An Alternative ADHD Treatment Without Side Effects Opens in a new window
- Fish Oil to the Rescue for ADHD Symptoms Opens in a new window
- Hallowell Center location in Chestnut Hill, MA. Opens in a new window
- Dr. Johnratey’s official web site. Opens in a new window
- Website for the National Attention Deficit Disorder Association, a non-profit organization. Opens in a new window
- Website focused on the needs of women and girls with AD/HD.
- 21st Century Medicine
www.21stcenturymed.org Opens in a new window
- Vital Force Naturopathy
http://www.vitalforcenaturopathy.com/ Opens in a new window
- Academy For Individual Excellence
www.aiexcellence.com Opens in a new window
- DePaul School
www.depaulschool.org Opens in a new window
- Meredith-Dunn School
www.meredith-dunn-school.org Opens in a new window
- Pitt Academy
www.pitt.com Opens in a new window
- Summit Academy
www.summit-academy.org Opens in a new window
http://www.thsrock.net/ Opens in a new window
http://www.ahsrockets.org/ Opens in a new window
- Delivered from Distraction Opens in a new window
- ADDitude Magazine Opens in a new window
- Dr. Larry Silver’s Advice to Parents on ADHD: Second Edition Opens in a new window
- Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain Opens in a new window
- Answers to Distraction Opens in a new window
- Crazy Busy Opens in a new window
- WORRY: Hope and Help for a Common Condition Opens in a new window
- Positively ADD Opens in a new window
- Women with Attention Deficit Disorder Opens in a new window
- The Misunderstood Child: Understanding and Coping with Your Child’s Learning Disabilities Opens in a new window
- Understanding ADHD Opens in a new window
- No Easy Answers Opens in a new window
- It’s Nobody’s Fault
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–October 16, 2018
Dr Walker was amazing. He truly understood what my son was feeling and any barriers he had in life. There were issues that my son would only talk to him about. He has a better knowledge of ADHD than any other doctor we have had experience with and there have been many.
–October 3, 2018
Great Psychiatrist. Listens and addresses problems in great detail and tracks your recovery every visit. Prescribed an excellent medication for my adhd and anxiety, and doing wonderful now. Great Doctor and great staff. The receptionist is great, very helpful.
–October 1, 2018
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