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Three Provincial Education Systems are Failing Students with ADHD

A national report comparing provincial and territorial special education systems found that three provinces failed the grade in providing equitable access to education for students with ADHD.

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Women with ADHD: At great risk for mental and physical health disorders

Recent Canadian studies, lead by, Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Life Course & Aging at the University of Toronto, report that 1 in 4 women with ADHD have attempted suicide in their lifetime and are 69% more likely to have had a substance abuse disorder.

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Students with ADHD Ignored as Boards Review Effect of Covid

Students with ADHD, and others unrecognized as having a disability by the Ontario Ministry of Education, will be excluded from research investigating the impact of covid, online schooling and quad systems.

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Action Plan: Creating Equitable Access to ADHD Care in Canada

Action from the Federal Government is needed now to support individuals with ADHD. CADDRA, CADDAC and CanREACHhave come together and is calling on the Government of Canada to create an expert advisory group as part of the National Mental Health Standards.

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ADHD and Trauma

Although ADHD and Trauma appear different, they have many overlapping and confounding symptoms. Additionally, children with ADHD maybe four times more likely to experience a traumatic event in their lifetime. This webinar will first review the symptomatology of ADHD, trauma, and traumatic disorders. It will then explore the differential symptoms of each disorder, as well as the […]

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Action Plan: Creating Equitable Access to ADHD Care in Canada

Action from the Federal Government is needed now to support individuals with ADHD. CADDRA, CADDAC and CanREACHhave come together and is calling on the Government of Canada to create an expert advisory group as part of the National Mental Health Standards. Read more about our Action Plan here.

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Action Plan: Creating Equitable Access to ADHD Care in Canada

Action from the Federal Government is needed now to support individuals with ADHD. CADDRA, CADDAC and CanREACHhave come together and is calling on the Government of Canada to create an expert advisory group as part of the National Mental Health Standards. Read more about our Action Plan here.

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Aaron Bailey, ADHD Coaching

As an ADHD and Executive Life Coach, I work with people who are ready to remove the muck within their brain and gain clarity. ADHD affects us all differently and we require self-directed strategies to thrive in life. As a graduate of the ADD Coaching Academy, I Coach clients 16 years and older. My passion […]

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Reparenting My Inner Child Through the Lens of ADHD by Sarah Hawthorn

I’m having a virtual parent-teacher interview and am scribbling random, almost illegible notes on a post-it about ways in which I can support my daughter- who is learning across the board a grade to two below her age -it's completely daunting. Internally, I am going back and berating myself for not forcing letters and numbers […]

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ADHD Resource Navigator

Our ADHD Resource Navigator will work with families and individuals affected by ADHD to identify ADHD and mental health resources in their communities. This role focuses on two areas: providing emotional support to the community, listening to their concerns, helping them build upon their strengths and supporting the development of advocacy skills; and assisting the […]

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