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October is ADHD Awareness Month

declaration2016To mark ADHD Awareness Month 2016, ADHD Europe has published an article (pdf) about the shortage of transitional services for young adults 18+ with ADHD. We also have written a declaration (pdf) stating what changes need to be made to ensure no-one goes without the care they need

This situation needs to be urgently rectified. Please share these articles as widely as possible. We hope that by increasing awareness we can push for the change we need.

 

Please sign our Written Declaration

 
Welcome to ADHD-EUROPE

agm new board 

 

The purpose of ADHD-Europe is to advance the rights of, and advocate on every level throughout Europe for people affected by AD/HD and co-morbid conditions in order to help them reach their full potential

To accomplish this, the Association shall facilitate the efforts of national and regional AD/HD organizations in Europe to acquire the necessary funding to enable them to implement projects and procedures to improve the lives of people with AD/HD in their respective communities. It shall also promote the dissemination of information and support to those who live or are in contact with persons who have AD/HD.

 ADHD-Europeshall represent those concerned to all international institutions and liaise with other Non-Governmental Organizations sharing similar aims and objectives. It shall advocate with the European institutions and the European community for its members on the topic of AD/HD with a view to effecting policy and improving existing legislation on issues connected to AD/HD.

 The Association shall promote AD/HD awareness and information on a European level, promoting evidence-based treatment and supporting the efforts of its members throughout Europe, in an effort to combat ignorance, stigma and intolerance with regard to AD/HD.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Brief Overview: The situation of people with ADHD in Europe (sept 2012)

Brief Overview: The situation of people with ADHD in Europe: access to treatment options and disability law protection

Article published by Stephanie Clark, September 2012

 
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