- Last Updated on Saturday, 11 March 2017 18:42
ADDults with ADHD is fielding a team in the Sun-Herald CITY2SURF presented by Westpac, on Sunday, August 13, 2017 to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of ADHD.
All proceeds from participation in the event will benefit ADDults with ADHD, a national charity dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults and families with ADHD.
Your Support is Vital
The money you raise will go towards helping ADDults with ADHD increase vital support services such as the ADHD Helpline, free awareness seminars and self-help resources to Australians living with ADHD.
Get Involved - Help Others
Members including several of our Committee of Management Dr Caroline Stevenson, Chris Williams, Ray Steele, Deborah Trevan-Catling, and Garry Finney have already committed to run or walk the 14km City2Surf community event.
Won’t You Join the ADHD HEROES Team?
It will be a lot of fun! Together we will make a big Difference for the ADHD community! Tell your family and friends about the event so we can really build a terrific team.
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST TODAY
Register your interest to walk or run the CITY2SURF as an ADHD HERO or sponsor the ADHD HEROES team.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 15:32
Is there an upside to ADHD?
Individuals with ADHD often experience daily issues with hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity as part of their condition. This can bring ongoing challenges in the workplace, at home and in social settings.
Despite these challenges, people often report that there is an
upside to having ADHD and that the unique characteristics of the condition can be harnessed to help them in a variety of settings.
- Last Updated on Friday, 14 October 2016 11:28
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