This week I took difficult child for an updated neuro-psychiatric evaluation and sat in the waiting room for seven long hours. Maybe God had a purpose in having me sit and read everything in the waiting room..lol. I had not explored Chadd in decades. Do you all know about Chadd? If not, I have been reminded of the organization and I am gob-smacked (stealing Kris's expression) by how very sophisticated and extensive the group is now. Back in "my" day there were five people and a parttime office! Visit http://www.chadd.org if you have a difficult child (child or adult) with AD/HD or related issues. Their magazine "Attention" is crammed with resources, suggestions, web sites for Tourettes and other related disorders. There were a Godsend for me in the 60's and 70's. If you haven't explored them yet, I highly recommend you find time to see what they have to offer. DDD PS: I introduced my school board to Chadd and formed a support group for parents dealing with ADHD. As I climb closer to 70, I am "rediscovering" things that I used to know inside and out!