Media Release: Results of National Parents Survey

CADDAC National Director

CADDAC conducted its first-ever Canadian survey on ADHD between June and December of 2011. The online survey had 735 respondents and asked parents and caregivers about their experiences with ADHD, the educational system, assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
Survey results are not scientific. Voluntary responses were provided 735 online survey participants. All provinces were represented in the Canada-wide survey. Not all participants answered all questions.

*To view complete survey results & CADDAC's Media Release for more on the survey's conclusions via the link below.

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