ADHD Newsletters and Mailing Lists
ADHD RESEARCH UPDATEis written by Dr. Dave Rabiner. and is a great way to stay up to date about new research on ADHD. David Rabiner, PhD who writes the monthly Dr. Dave's AddVice column in my newsletter, has started an electronic newsletter that summarizes important new studies for parents and discusses how the findings can be applied to help their child. The newsletter comes out every 6 weeks and the cost is only $19.95 for a one year subscription.
Why not take a look at this newsletter and decide whether it will be helpful to you? Dr. Dave would be delighted to send the first 3 issues for you to review so you can decide whether you would like to subscribe. Just mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org your request and he'll forward the samples for you to look at.
ADDed Attractions:This Newsletter is FREE. It is sent electronically through email and features columns by Dr. Dave Rabiner Ph.D, Michelle Davis, Author, Dr. Steven Richfield Ph.D and Bob Seay. Issues such as medication, parenting, Addult ADHD and dealing with behavioral and Learning Issues naturally are addressed each month. For more information and Subscription info, go to www.adhdnews.com/nletter.htm or subscribe now!
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