Get Involved

There are many ways you can help us make Australia a better place for those living with ADHD. As a charity we rely on the generosity of the Australian community to raise awareness, advocate and deliver educational programs as well as funding and supporting vital research initiatives.

Donate to ADHD Australia

From a one time donation, regular giving, a gift in memory or providing community support with a fundraising event, you can make a difference in achieving a barrier-free future for those living with ADHD. 

Volunteer with us

The support of volunteers is integral to the efforts of raising awareness and amplifying the voice of the Australian ADHD Community.

As a 100% volunteer organisation, ADHD Australia depends on volunteers to raise awareness for and support the delivery of our priority programs for Home and Community, Education and Employment.  Across Australia, more than 1 in 20 people have ADHD, so chances are someone you know and love is affected by ADHD

Roles vary widely and you can choose one that suits your interests, time and capacity. 

A few words from our volunteers

Research Opportunities

ADHD Australia supports research studies into ADHD, as well as providing opportunities for the community to participate in survey’s, questionnaires, and more recently providing the platform for our community to contribute their voice to the Senate Inquiry, for assessment and support services for people with ADHD. 

If you’d like to help shape a better place for those living with ADHD, and participate in research opportunities please email or review current opportunities throughout our partnership network below. 

Macquarie University, Sydney NSW

Macquarie UniversityMacquarie University’s researchers address many of the really big, important questions facing the world and do so with enthusiasm and excellence that is recognised nationally and internationally. The University is home to some of the world’s most pre-eminent researchers. These teams and individuals work across disciplinary boundaries to create real change in our society.

Young people diagnosed with ADHD between age 13-18 and a parent/caregiver can participate in interviews (online or in-person).

Contact Ashleigh Behrens: 

Children diagnosed with ADHD between age 6-12 and a parent/ caregiver can participate in interviews (online or in-person). 

Contact Ashleigh Behrens: