(PRWEB) June 17, 2005
Attention Deficit Disorder, also known as ADD, ADHD and AD/HD, is a very common condition which is becoming better known. Chances are that in one way or another the average person is affected by Attention Deficit Disorder. A personÂs co-worker, spouse, grandchild, sibling, employee or anybody else for that matter may have Attention Deficit Disorder.
There are numerous resources to help educate people about Attention Deficit Disorder. There books written about both children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. Websites like http://www.livingwithadd.com also help to educate and support people affected by Attention Deficit Disorder. One of the newest ways of educating people about Attention Deficit Disorder is through ADD Teleclasses.
A teleclass is conducted through a telephone bridge where a group of people all call into the same telephone number. The people are all able to communicate with each other at the same time. Teleclasses are very convenient because people do not need to leave the comfort of their own homes to attend a class.
A great website helps connect people who would like to learn about Attention Deficit Disorder with those who are experts in the area. The website http://www.addclasses.com has listings for ADD teleclasses. ADD experts including ADD Coaches offer their knowledge of Attention Deficit Disorder to help educate those affected by Attention Deficit Disorder. The website http://www.addclasses.com is the pathway to understanding Attention Deficit Disorder.
Registration for ADD Classes has begun at http://www.addclasses.com .
Some of the classes include:
Communicating with your ADD / ADHD Spouse or Partner
Adult ADD and Money Management
ADDvocating Your Way through the Adult ADD Maze
The Gifts of ADD
The live teleclasses will also be recorded. Those who are not able to make the lives calls may listen to them at a later date on the website http://www.addclasses.com.
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