Plymouth, MA (PRWEB) January 18, 2006
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 person’s 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 are books written about both children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. Two of the newest ways of educating people about Attention Deficit Disorder are through live ADD Teleclasses and Audio Streaming classes.
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.
Audio Streaming classes are even more convenient that live teleclasses. People may listen to the audio classes anytime of the day or night from anywhere around the world. Those wanting to learn more about Attention Deficit Disorder can find a library of audio classes to choose from at http://www.addclasses.com
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.
Class listings include:
Adult ADD BootCamp
Adult ADD and Money Management
Communicating with Your ADD / ADHD Spouse or Partner
Daily Routines for Life Long Sucess
Introduction for Entrepreneurs with ADD / ADHD
Living with an ADD Partner 101
Organizing Tips and Strategies for Adults with ADD
Steps to Making Lasting Change When You Have Adult ADD
Time Management: Juggling the Invisible
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