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
British Columbia Advocacy Campaigns CADDAC encourages BC residents who are concerned about this issue to contact their MLA. Up-date on Students with ADHD in the British Columbia Education System Up-coming proposed changes to the special education fu
For more than a decade now CADDAC has been advocating with the Ministries of Education, Health, Child and Youth, Justice and Social Services. Our policy papers have been sent to all ministries across Canada impacted by ADHD, and we have personally met
On December the 4th 2017 CADDAC met with Minister Fleming and his staff to discuss ADHD in BC schools, our recent policy paper, and rumours that the highly anticipated new BC Special Education guidelines, placing ADHD in a standalone category, would no
New Research Paper Addressing Concerns about Generic ADHD Medication / Health Canada Up-dates on the Issue
Since 2010 CADDAC has shared our concerns about the direct substitution of methylphenidate ER-C, a generic medication, for OROS® methylphenidate (Concerta) with Health Canada. This was done through documentation, caregiver and patient survey results an
Is the Public School System Working for Students with ADHD?
This question is being asked and answered in our recent policy paper, Inequitable Access to Education for Canadian Students with ADHD. Also access our Media Release and a Summary of our key messages. During the morning of October the 3rd, CBC's "The Cu