Our resources comprise of personal stories that have been given by women talking about their experiences living with ADHD in life and their ADHD journey. We also have recommended books, evidenced based videos, publications, stigma & discrimination, ADHD Awareness, Support for women
Our aim is to provide more information about research with our blogs and publications. We shall update this information as it becomes available.
We have created resources with regards to possible suggestions of sharing best practices how we as ADHD Europe deal with stigma & discrimination. There is alot of information available that we hope you will find useful, print and share. Together we can talk to people around us about ADHD, and especially that ‘ADHD is Real’ .
ADHD Awareness Month’s goal is to provide reliable information and resources to help people move forward with ADHD. We do feel that ADHD awareness day is ‘every day’ . ADHD Europe is partnership with ADHD Awareness Month Coalition (United States of America) and CADDAC (Canada) ith the shared global goal of dissemination of reliable information about ADHD and its treatments. Our global awareness team is growing!
ADHD-Europe has published a declaration to highlight the need for a better understanding of how ADHD presents in girls and women so that those who are still left undiagnosed across Europe – and indeed the World – receive the specialist care they need in future. This Declaration includes key recommendations that are designed to bring about the changes that are badly needed, thus rectifying the situation. Available in many languages.
We are happy to share as much information as possible about research in Women * Girls. With thanks to our research contributors who are making more information available with Pilot Studies, Research outcomes, webinars and awareness rasising for women and girls with ADHD. Several studies into ADHD in women are planned by PsyQ and we shall update our website when the information becomes available.
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- Scientific Publications
- Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diagnosis & Treatment of ADHD
- Sharing Best Practices and Sharing experiences
- ADHD Europe survey about the situation with regards to Access to Diagnosis & Treatment in Europe.
- Articles & Videos produced by by International Experts
- Common Questions and Answers
- Busting Myths with Facts’ for all people living with ADHD
Thank you for visiting our website below are references which contains information about the facts of ADHD, book recommendations for all, common questions and answers about ADHD, articles and videos by International Experts sharing their medical knowledge and best practices, literature and scientific publications, Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diagnosis & Treatment of ADHD, diagnositic tools, ADHD Europe Official Declarations (In the Workplace, Girls & Women, Help! My Teenager is Becoming an Adult), ADHD Europe survey about the situation with regards to Access to Diagnosis & Treatment in Europe, ADHD Awareness, ADHD Research.
ADHD Europe collaborate with global coalitions whot together with us to tackle issues to combat stigma & discrimination by sharing information which is informative for the public and can be used in society.
One of our key priorities is to promote the collaboration of scientific research into ADHD with evidence-based information
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