9 Amazing Expert Adult ADHD Resources
Totally ADD – Created by the man behind the Keys to ADD book, Order of Ontario and Order of Canada recipient, Rick Green. Adult ADHD resources are dedicated to liberating people from the shame and stigma of ADHD with doses of humour, education and social interaction. Dr. Umesh Jain is now exclusively responsible for TotallyADD.com and its content.
CHADD – A charitable organisation to support, educate, and advocate for individuals with ADHD and those who are there for them. Integrity with respectful, open communication and a demonstrated commitment to diversity. Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) were founded in 1987 in response to the frustration and isolation experienced by parents and their children with ADHD.
ADDA – The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is the world’s leading adult ADHD organisation. ADDA is a worldwide inclusive community of supportive ADHD adults who make it possible to thrive with ADHD. We celebrate our strengths, grow in our weaknesses, and empower our members to discover and reach their full potential. ADDA provides a welcoming and safe environment, delivers reliable information, encourages innovative approaches, and models ADHD best practices. ADDA offers support, Adult ADHD resources, and connection to adults with ADHD and their loved ones. ADDA also offers educational webinars to help members build skills and receive up-to-date, accurate information on living successfully with ADHD.
Attention Deficit Info – A bilingual information source with tricks and practical tips to living better with ADHD and additional help for health professionals. Informations, trucs et astuces. Mieux vivre avec le trouble du déficit de l’attention avec ou sans hyperactivité (TDAH). Explore what science teaches us and maybe even reduce associated misconceptions. Deepen your knowledge of valuable strategies for everyday life, school and work. Maintain healthy habits. Get better at managing emotions.
PANDA – Le Regroupement des Associations PANDA aide à mettre sur pied des services de première qualité pour favoriser la réussite scolaire et sociale des personnes atteintes de TDA/H et pour répondre aux besoins spécifiques de leurs proches. Pour une VISION COMMUNE et la famille de la personne atteinte. Pour un développement CONTINU de nouvelles approches et l'établissement de nouvelles STRATÉGIES. Notre réseau compte des associations capables de livrer une importante gamme de services.
DrugRehab.com – An information and support resource for ADHD people fighting substance abuse and addiction. People with ADHD are 2.5 times more likely to develop a substance dependence issue than those without the disorder.
Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada – CADDAC is a national charity providing leadership in awareness, education, and advocacy for ADHD across Canada. CADDAC is committed to increasing the understanding of ADHD. CADDAC's programs support parents and individuals affected by ADHD through generous donations. Critical programs and initiatives include CADDAC's Executive Functioning program, group coaching programs, resource navigator program, educational events, awareness, and advocacy initiatives.
Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance – CADDRA is an independent, not-for-profit resource organisation for medical, healthcare and research professionals with an interest in the field of ADHD. CADDRA members can access a digital Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines version. Access can be purchased by non-members. A PDF version is available for free download. We do not have any health professionals on staff to diagnose or answer questions. If you are seeking these services, please consult your healthcare professional.
Support Group Meetings
- The Toronto Adult ADD Support Group – The Toronto Adult ADD Support Group (TAASG) is an online support group utilising the ZOOM platform for the duration of the pandemic, organised by and for adults with ADD/ADHD. The group meets to discuss the challenges and advantages associated with Adult ADD/ADHD. TAASG provides practical support, encouragement, knowledge, experience, Adult ADHD resources, and emotional and social cheer that assists in building self-esteem and coping strategies. Occasionally, there will be professional guest speakers.