Welcome To AADPA

AUSTRALIAN ADHD PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION

AADPA was formed in 2016 by a diverse group of professionals with the common goal of providing a unified professional perspective on the causes, diagnosis, management and treatment of ADHD.

International Consensus Statement

View Steve Faraone’s invitation to the field of ADHD researchers and clinicians regarding the International Consensus Statement on ADHD.

Discover The High Cost Of ADHD

ADHD affects more than 800,000 Australians with an estimated social and economic impact of around $20 billion per year!

Inter-Disciplinary ADHD Network

AADPA members come from a range of fields including academia, clinical practice, coaching, education and allied healthcare.

COVID-19 Support

Advice for the support and management of ADHD during the COVID-19 crisis for health practitioners and community members alike.

How to support your child with ADHD through the COVID-19 crisis
COVID-19

Parenting children with ADHD during the COVID-19 crisis

Concern around COVID-19 and the social restrictions that have been put in place to reduce the spread of the virus can impact on mental health…
How To Support Your Mental Health and Well Being During COVID-19 Lockdown
COVID-19

How to support your mental health and well-being during lockdown

Concern around COVID-19 and the social restrictions that have been put in place to reduce the spread of the virus can impact on mental health…
ADHD support and management during the COVID-19 crisis
COVID-19

ADHD support and management during the COVID-19 crisis

While we are all having to make very significant adjustments to follow the everchanging rules and restrictions necessary to reduce the spread of the COVID-19…

Latest News & Resources

International Consensus Statement On ADHD
Members

International Consensus Statement on ADHD

Professor Steven Faraone, President of The World Federation of ADHD has lead the development of an International Consensus Statement on ADHD. Professors Mark Bellgrove and…
Inclusive classroom strategies for children with ADHD with Dr Ana Mantilla
Webinars

Inclusive classroom strategies & resources for children with ADHD

In this webinar, Dr Ana Mantilla presents the key strengths and abilities children and adolescents with ADHD can bring to educational settings together with a…
Dr Alison Poulton ADHD Webinar
Webinars

A new approach for diagnosing and explaining ADHD

In this webinar, Dr Alison (Sally) Poulton provides her approach for understanding and explaining behaviour in ADHD, including the overlap between ADHD and Oppositional Defiant…

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