2022 Ontario Election Toolkit and Videos

Help Make ADHD an Election Issue on June 2!

Let’s ensure that political party platforms include individuals and families living with ADHD to improve access to assessment, diagnosis, and comprehensive treatment as well as educational and workplace accommodations.

Party Campaign Responses to ADHD Questions

On April the 20th CADDAC sent a list of facts and questions, as seen in the toolkit, to all four party campaigns. Please access Party Responses to see how each party responded.

CADDAC has also developed 4 brief videos, that you can share with candidates, elected officials, policymakers, or family and friends to assist with your awareness and advocacy efforts.  

1. ADHD and Education - https://youtu.be/EzSErgS5Aq4

2. ADHD in the Workplace - https://youtu.be/UfltewPjMkw

3. ADHD Unrecognized by Ontario Ministry  - https://youtu.be/XpW_qtlXL20

4. ADHD and Mental Health - https://youtu.be/0vNYhv275Lk

If you choose to e-mail the candidates in your riding, we have prepared an e-mail template that can be pasted into your text box, and altered as you see fit.

Please help us spread the word by sharing this e-mail with your friends, families, and colleagues that have an interest in ADHD.  
E-mail Templates will open in your downloads as Word Documents!

Find Your Candidates

Access, https://www.elections.on.ca/en/voting-in-ontario/electoral-districts.html to find your riding.

Access these links to find your riding’s candidates.




Why Your Voice Matters
Every time you ask a question about ADHD - whether that’s at your front door, in an email or at a local community event - you are raising awareness about ADHD, reducing stigma and creating connections for those who may not yet feel safe to share their own story. You are also helping to build relationships for future advocacy efforts and keeping governments accountable.

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