What's New?

February 25, 2015
New Survey on Generic Medications

A group of national and provincial organizations who work with, and represent individuals and families living with a wide range of mental health conditions responding to concerns raised by our clients, members and constituents/stakeholders, came together to gain better insight into their experiences with medications.To better understand direct experiences with medications, we have launched a nation-wide survey requesting feedback from individuals, caregivers and healthcare providers on existing knowledge and experience with brand name and generic medications.  

Patients and caregivers
are invited to complete the survey posted at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FKC8YFB.
Clinicians are asked to complete the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MFLJWFV.

The survey will be available online until April 15th, 2015.

After the survey results have been analyzed a paper will be written and shared. Without awareness and knowledge patients, their caregivers and their prescribing physicians cannot make informed decisions about treatment options.
Thank you in advance for your help with this survey!

Public Service Announcement featuring Rick Green.


Broadcast Quality Link for Media
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NEW Adult ADHD Information USB

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Website Updates and Reorganization

We have received requests for information to be posted and updates and will get to them as soon as we can. We are in the process of reorganizing the website and placing more information online. Please understand that this is a lengthy process and we will do the best we can to get your information available as soon as we can.

Thank you!

The Representation of ADHD by the Media

Dr. Goodman explains the agenda of journalists withn regard to ADHD and the accuracy of their claims in a presentation sponsored by the National Resource Centre on ADHD. Please read, share, and comment on Heidi bernhardt's summary in our blog post.Here 


An interesting article called “The Smart Pill Oversell” was just published in the latest issue of the online publication Nature International Weekly Journal of Science. Unlike much of what has come out in lately in the media, this article is more balanced; offering a variety of opinions and some interesting points of discussion. 
Please read, share, and comment on our blog post HERE.


Maclean's magazine asks the question,in the title of their article, "Is ADHD a mental health crisis, or a cultural one?"

"ADHD is neither a mental health crisis nor a cultural one," states our President and Executive Director, Heidi Bernhardt. "It is a mental health condition that needs to be taken serioulsy as a medical issue, and not used to sell newspapers and books." Please read, share and comment on our blog post HERE.

Maclean’s Magazine asks the question, in the title of their article, "Is ADHD a mental health crisis, or a cultural one?"


CADDAC National Director, Heidi Bernhardt, writes yet another rebuttal piece posted to our blog in response to media sensationalism and stigma being perpetuated in the piece "ADHD Does Not Exist" in the New York Post. Please read, share, and comment on our blog post HERE.

2013 CADDAC Accomplishments

We've been very busy this year and would like to share our accomplishments with you. Feel free to forward this link to others who may have an interest in ADHD. We encourage you to support more great work in 2014 by joining the CADDAC family of members. To register as a member or to renew your membership online click here.

To view CADDAC 2013 Accomplishments

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: February 27, 2015
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