(c) copyright 2002 Eastern European Adoption Coalition (EEAC), Inc.: jointly held by Cynthia Teeters, Ed Hamlin, and Clark Pickett. Copyright also automatically applies to any changes annotated below under "Modification History" on the effective date of such changes.
All rights reserved. This list may not be duplicated in any form without express written permission of the Board of the EEAC.
AAC-LIST Augmentative and Alternative Communications
Augmentative and Alternative Communications
AAC-NEWSLINE AAC Members Announce-Only List
American Adoption Congress, Inc. (AAC) 1996
ABSTOUT A Plant Sciences List
An Official E-mail Robin of the American Hemerocallis Society. Open to A.H.S. members and others interested in discussing the scientific aspects of Hemerocallis and related plant groups in the Monocotyledonae.
ADDULT Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
ADD_MED Addiction Medicine
ADD_MED (Addiction Medicine) is a closed scientific discussion list for health professionals and students. This list encourages discussion on research, diagnosis,and treatment of: dependence on psychoactive substances (including alcohol); dual diagnosis, and other behaviours that can be viewed with an addictive model.
This list is not for primary support of personal recovery from addiction. New subscribers are asked to send a brief C.V. to the list manager (John French) at email@example.com describing their involvement in the field of mental health.
ADOPTION Discussions about adoption
The Adoption Mailing List is for discussing anything related to adoption. Here is where adoptive parents, birth parents, adoptees, social workers, and other interested parties talk about how adoption has affected them, ask questions about how to adopt, relate stories about their daily life as an adoption triad member, and generally learn from one another.
AEEA-L An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
ARM-AMP Amputee Information Network
Amputee Information Network
ASPERGER The List Formerly Known As Asperger....
ASPERGER is a private discussion list for families of, and persons with, Asperger Syndrome, PDD, and other forms of high functioning autism.
Among topics of discussion are individuals' experiences, psychosocial issues, new research, educational approaches, parenting issues, and every-day coping strategies.
The Asperger List Support Site is at http://asperger.icors.org. There you will find our Posting Guidelines, FAQ, AutoHelp, more!