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Parent resources for use during the Covid-19 crisis

A number of organisations have prepared a variety of parent and general online resources which we feel are of value to the ADHD Community and so during these extraordinary times of Covid-19 ADHD Australia would like to share these with you.

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Events are now Online

During the Covid-19 crisis many of the ADHD Support Groups a have moved their meetings, information webinars and conferences online.
To view these ONLINE EVENTS please head to our news & events section.

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TV stars wanted for epic 6-day Adventure!

We have an exciting update! ADHD Australia is working with the Producers of Australia’s newest travel TV series ‘Adventure All Stars’ to find cast members!

We’re looking for people to undertake an unforgettable journey to a secret Aussie location for a week of fun and adventure (filmed in 2022). How would you like to star in an award-winning TV show that’s broadcast in 25 countries to a viewership approaching 100 million people… and fundraise for a great cause? BONUS: net proceeds from this TV project will support ADHD Australia.

The trip, the TV show and all the fun in between!
Every episode in this ground-breaking television series features real-life cast members undertaking an unforgettable 6-day journey. Pre-filming all participants raise funds for ADHD Australia, and their reward for doing so is a starring role on TV. ‘Adventure All Stars’ is the ultimate road trip where TV viewers get to experience incredible locations through the eyes of an engaging cast. Produced by the internationally acclaimed Charity TV Global, this media format provides a platform to see the world and be socially responsible.

How do I become a TV Cast Member on Adventure All Stars?
Visit and complete a TV Cast Member application form.

View testimonials from past TV cast here:

Watch this exciting 60-second video for a snapshot of the life-changing adventure YOU could be in for!

"Our vision is to make Australia a better place for people living with ADHD"

About ADHD

ADHD is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder which has both positive and negative attributes. Finding out more about ADHD, as it relates to your own circumstances, is a great start at knowing how your ADHD can be managed.

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There are a number of support groups across Australia. These can help you find people going through similar challenges as well as practical information which is delivered through their regular support group meetings.

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How can I help

You can help ADHD Australia in a variety of ways. You can donate directly to our advocacy and information activities or you can volunteer your time and expertise or share your stories, views and opinions via our regular newsletter.

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MEDIA RELEASE – 9 December 2022

ADHD Australia announces a new board and CEO

ADHD Australia has welcomed a new board and Chief Executive Officer, Natalie Truong.

“We are very pleased to welcome Natalie to ADHD Australia and our hard-working volunteer executive” says Matt Tice, who was appointed as Chair of ADHDA on 3 December 2022. “Natalie is an award-winning senior executive and lawyer with over 17 years of experience across the not-for-profit, corporate and government sectors.  She is expert in leading change and improving governance and business operations, and we are looking forward to working with her to strengthen ADHDA and better advocate for our community”. Natalie will take up the role from January 2023.

“I would also like to welcome the new board of ADHDA. I am proud to take on the role of Chair and continue the important work of ADHDA, as well as explore new horizons, partnerships, and opportunities. While awareness of ADHD is increasing, there is still much to be done to support and advocate for the more than 1.2 million Australians who live with ADHD.”

“I’d like to thank the outgoing board for their commitment to ADHDA and would particularly like to acknowledge the outgoing Chair of ADHDA Professor Michael Kohn. Michael has been a committed director of ADHDA since 2015 and is a respected member of the ADHD clinical community. Our clinicians provide such a valuable support for people with ADHD and their families, and very often are the reason many people with ADHD are able to participate and excel in education and work. I look forward to working with Michael as a Director of ADHDA.”

Natalie says “I am excited to be joining ADHD Australia and to help give a voice to, and support, the many Australians affected by ADHD. Now is the time for us to make a difference, by listening to our community and strengthening our trusted relationships with government, industry and colleagues. I am thrilled to be working with ADHDA’s incredibly energetic and dedicated board into the next phase of our journey.”

We also like to announce the following changes to our Board’s Leadership Team:

  • Matt Tice is Chair
  • Terri Martin is Vice-Chair
  • Angela Byron is Company Secretary, and
  • Vikrant Mulgund is Treasurer

We would like to acknowledge the hard work of the outgoing leadership team: Michael Kohn (Chair), Chris Bevan (Vice Chair and Treasurer) and Michelle Joosse (Company Secretary) and thank them for all they have done to get ADHD Australia to where it is today.\

Matt Tice, Chair of ADHD Australia said “I’m excited to deliver the next phase of ADHD Australia’s journey with a strong CEO and Leadership team. Whilst the ADHD landscape is ever changing, we need to ensure we are always serving our community in the best possible way we can. I’m confident that we are now set up to do just that.”

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