ADHD Information Library

CHADD's National Resource Center on ADHD maintains the NRC Library as a source for scientific and medical evidence-based information on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related topics. The library includes:

  • a physical library of books, monographs, audiovisual materials and medical journals at CHADD's national office in Lanham, MD. This library is open to the public by appointment only.
  • an online bibliographic database containing cataloged records of books, journal, magazine and web articles, videos, podcasts and other material on ADHD.

To search the Library Catalog: Use the simple keyword search box at the home page, or click on the Advanced Search tab to use any combination of search boxes, including keyword, title, author, subject, record type, publication year, etc.

Selections of resources can be found in the Popular Searches tab, and new items added to the catalog in the past week can be found in the New Resources tab.

For further information about the NRC Library, please contact the NRC Librarian.

The NRC Library is an Affiliate Member of the Network of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.


Reviewed October 2020


In the Spotlight
New Library Books

For: children, parents
The ADHD Sibling Challenge: How to Thrive When Your Brother or Sister Has ADHD. An Interactive Family Guide by Barton S. Herskovitz Great Island Press, 2020
For: parents
The Essential Guide to Raising Complex Kids with ADHD, Anxiety, and More by Elaine Taylor-Klaus Fair Winds Press, 2020
For: teens, young adults
How to Do It Now Because It's Not Going Away: An Expert Guide to Getting Stuff Done by Leslie Josel Zest Books, 2020
For: children, parents
Max's Box by Brian Wray Schiffer Publishing, 2019
For: adults
ADHD, A Heartful Approach: Navigating ADHD with less guilt, shame, more talents and abilities by Bruce Shane Independently Published, 2018
For: educators
From Disability to Diversity: College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder by Lynne C. Shea, Linda Hecker, & Adam R. Lalor National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience, 2019