Recommended Canadian Web Site Links



CADDAC has gathered this list of sites for your information only. We believe these sites offer legitimate ADHD information, but at no time do we guarantee this. Never substitute information on a website for solid medical or legal advise.


The Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA)
Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines, under the 'Physician' section
www.caddra.ca

TotallyADD
Adult ADHD interactive site hosted by Rick Green and Patrick McKenna
TotallyADD.com

Teach ADHD
Hospital for Sick Children's Website for education professionals
www.teachadhd.ca

ADHD Families.ca
Site listing ADHD resources for familes
http://www.adhdfamilies.ca/

About Kids Health
ADHD Resource Centre by The Hospital for Sick Children
Information resource for parents, children, and first-tier health care providers
www.aboutkidshealth.ca

Alberta Education Focus on Success: Teaching Students with ADHD
https://education.alberta.ca/media/513142/b_chap1.pdf

This is a resource guide for teaching children with ADHD
www.bced.gov.bc.ca/specialed/adhd/

Website created by Dr. Annick Vincent
An information source and reference for parents and the general public. The site is also a good resource for professionals.
www.attentiondeficit-info.com

PANDA
Ces sites s'adressent aux parents d'enfant(s) ayant un Trouble du Deficit de l'Attention, avec ou sans Hyperactivite (TDA/H), aux intervenant(e)s scolaires et du mileu de la sante...
www.associationpanda.qc.ca

S.N.O.W (Special Needs Opportunity Window)
Offers innovative approaches on how to incorporate technology into teaching practices, what to consider when planning and teaching for the diversity of learning needs in the classroom and how to work within the public school system to acquire the individualized services needed for all students
www.snow.utoronto.ca


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