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ADHD

ADHD Assessments

Psychoeducational assessments can be performed by psychologists who are experienced and trained to identify ADHD and other co-occurring conditions. Psychologists cannot prescribe medication.

ADHD Supports

There are lots of great people who can help your child and family with ADHD. They can help before diagnosis, while you're on a waitlist to see a paediatrician or after diagnosis.

What's On

Find workshops, conferences and group programs related to ADHD.

Resources to help

Written by Perth ADHD advocate, PhD Candidate, Mum and all-round superwoman Lou Brown this guide takes the Australian evidence-based clinical practice guideline for ADHD and translates it to plain English.

Want to learn more about ADHD?  Check out this YouTube channel for all things ADHD.   Jessica shares all the strategies she’s learned about having and living with ADHD. It’s also grown into an amazing community of brains (and hearts!) who support and help each other. Anyone looking to learn more about ADHD is welcome here!

An AADPA webinar by Perth’s Lou Brown and Dr Kelly Fullarton discussing current myths and misconceptions about Specific Learning Disorders.

Useful Websites

For practical tips

US-based but up-to-date and easy to read resources for parents, webinars, podcasts, magazine and screening tools.

For resources

Huge range of resources from this US-based charity that supports those who learn and think differently.

For advice

A paid membership is required to access most content and benefits including assessments, peer support groups, training and group programs.

For resources

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) is a US-based organisation with lots of resources to help understand ADHD.

For parents

Perth’s own Lou Brown has developed a wonderful website filled with tips for parents on understanding ADHD, diagnosis and treatment.  

More coming …