Supporting people with ADHD Australia-wide
Making Australia a better place for people living with ADHD.
Welcome to ADHD Australia. We’re here to support all Australians affected by ADHD through raising awareness, advocacy, education and research initiatives. We hope to create positive systemic change for people living with ADHD by helping those that support them.
We have thousands of people in our community across the country, and with 1 in 20 Australians impacted by ADHD, those that can support someone with ADHD, can impact the lives of millions of people.
Highlights from our Global ADHD Conference
A 24-hour Global Conference, in partnership with ADHD UK, and ADHD charities around the world, broadcast the best of ADHD experts to over 96 Countries to 7000 registrants.
Latest news and updates
Wednesday 15th November 2023: ADHD Australia commends the report released by the Senate Inquiry into the barriers to consistent, timely and best practice assessment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and support services for people with ADHD, as it prepares to co-design the National Framework for ADHD. ADHD Australia is
Melissa Webster is a visionary leader who is spearheading ADHD Australia’s ambitious goals to drive systemic change for people with ADHD in Australia. Joining in February 2023 as Voluntary CEO, Mel brings her years of experience leading community and health care services, but more importantly, her lived experience with ADHD
Libi Boroda, our volunteer Social Media Manager, shares her experience growing up with ADHD. This article was first published on Perspective The Blog in July 2020. Disclaimer: As obvious by the title, I have ADHD. As such, this article may jump all over the place. I will probably go off