The Pfeiffer Treatment Center provides the following Web sites merely as recommendations intended for educational purposes. This list does not necessarily support or endorse the information offered, and is not intended as a substitute for advice and/or treatment obtained from a healthcare professional.

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

www.add-plus.com An offering of seminars, workshops and other resources for parents and educators. The Related Links portion provides an access to other related web sites.
www.healing-arts.org/children This site, written and maintained by the Special Programs Director at the Continuum Center for Health and Healing, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York. It offers information on specific disorders, links to other sites and a web forum with contributions by health care professionals. Rich in information on Autism as well as behavior disorders.

www.ADHDnews.com An on-line newsletter updated monthly. Filled with information from professionals in the field of ADHD and Special Education. Offers an email discussion group for adults with ADD/ADHD.

www.addhelpline.org A resource providing a variety of offerings to parents and educators. Features "current news" articles as well as a message board, chat room and resource links.

Autism

Click below to link to AutismToday.com where you may purchase on-line presentations by experts in the treatment of ASD. A portion of your fee will be contributed to HRI Pfeiffer.

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www.aheadwithautism.com Ahead with Autism is sponsored by the Veronica Bird Charitable Foundation, a public charity. They strive to increase awareness, offer support, and fund autism research. The site has many resources and links in the autism community. A spanish language version of the site will be available soon.

www.autism.org The official website of the Center for the Study of Autism. The information provided is valuable for both parents and professionals. Provides numerous links to other related sites, which focus on the problems and concerns of autism and how it affects behavior, learning and health.

www.healing-arts.org/children This site, written and maintained by the Special Programs Director at the Continuum Center for Health and Healing, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York. It offers information on specific disorders, links to other sites and a web forum with contributions by health care professionals.

Nutrition

http://users.nlci.com/nutrition Written by a nutritionist, this on-line newsletter offers recipes, information on food allergies, choosing vitamins as well as ways to improve your child’s diet in an effort to help the ADD/ADHD child. Contains a valuable list of Internet resources related to health and diet.
www.gfcfdiet.com This site offers a support group, weekly food updates, "Ask the Dietitian", success stories, and lots of tips on successfully using the gluten-free/casein-free allergy diet.

www.autism-diet.com Information and resources from professionals at the University of Florida. The focus of this site is the gluten/casein free diet and tips on making it an effective option for your child.

www.autismNDI.com This site is supported by the Autism Network for Dietary Intervention, which offers help for families using a gluten and casein free diet in the treatment of autism and related developmental disabilities. Web links to other sites focusing on nutrition and diet are provided.

www.Feingold.org This is the official website of the Feingold Association, and organization which promotes an awareness of the potential role of food and synthetic additives in the treatment of behavior, learning and various health problems.

Mental Health

www.healthinschools.org The George Washington University, School of Public Health & Health Services Center for Health and Health Care in Schools

www.alternativementalhealth.com This site presents a directory, a database of resources, and articles and testimonials provided by the Safe Harbor Project. Its goal is to offer information to an ever increasing and interested public seeking alternatives to established mental health treatments.

Advocacy

www.wrightslaw.com
www.fetaweb.com
Information, resources and strategies for special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities. Help parents successfully advocate for their children.