"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margret Mead What a fitting quote to start today's blog post on ADHD advocacy, below we have included a link for a fant
According to the group Children and Adults with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), about 40% of children with ADHD continue to experience symptoms in adulthood. The long-term effects of this can have great impact. “Compared to teens and
Dear Parents and Guardians, As one of CADDAC's advocacy initiatives, every time a new medication option for ADHD is approved by Health Canada, we contact the appropriate government agencies, when the opportunity exists, to inform them as to why this n
Here's a link to some helpful information on CADDAC's website from our 2012 College and University ADHD Awareness Campaign. Please feel free to send this along to anyone in, or thinking about post-secondary schooling. http://www.caddac.ca/cms/page.php?
If Your Child Has ADHD You Could Qualify for a Tax Credit in Canada
Dr. Kenny Handelman, Psychiatrist and ADHD expert, explains the federal disability tax credit in his article for Huffington Post. Canadians struggling with ADHD impairment should read about this tax credit, and perhaps relieve at least some of their (f
Are certain foods exacerbating your child’s ADHD symptoms? According to ADDitude, some studies have shown that this may be the case if your child has a food sensitivity. An elimination diet may help to pinpoint sensitivities, and allow some symptoms to