Canada Wide ADHD Education Campaign

When CADDAC meets with provincial Ministries of Education across Canada we are told that their school boards are adequately meeting the needs of students with ADHD.

Is this true?

Elected representatives tell us that their constituents are not interested in this issue because they do not hear from them, but they do hear from families of children with other neurodevelopmental disorders, such as Autism.

Is this true?

To bring awareness to these issues we need you to do one of the following things:

  • Meet with your MPP/MLA
  • Write a letter to your MPP/MLA
  • Write a letter to the editor of your local or regional paper

If you do so, please copy us on your e-mail or send a copy of your letter to advocacy@caddac.ca

If you are interested in becoming involved in advocacy efforts in your province or nationally also please contact advocacy@caddac.ca

Resources for you to use:

Please download ad share this FLYER

Download our Policy Paper, Summary of Policy Paper, French Policy Paper , Media Release

Want to know more about advocating for ADHD please access Become Involved for advice on meeting with your government representative, template letters and tips on successful advocacy.