Ottawa-Carleton, ON
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Troubles déficitaires de l’attention (TDA/TDAH)

Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) website
Attenion Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)
L'audience: Public
Provides information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) lead better lives.
CADDRA Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines Third Edition (2011)
L'audience: Public
Practice guidelines for ADHD based on expert opinion and open discussion by Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance.
CAMESA Guidelines
L'audience: Public, Primary Care
The Canadian Alliance for Monitoring Effectiveness and Safety of Antipsychotics in Children (CAMESA) guidelines provide parents and doctors with information about the side effects of antipsychotic drugs in children.
Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance (CADDRA)
L'audience: Public
Offers resources for physicians, educators and parents on understanding and helping people with ADHD.
Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development
Offord Centre for Child Studies
L'audience: Public
The Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development gives you access to important and up-to-date information that is based on the best scientific research currently available. It's designed to help you sort through all the conflicting information about what promotes, and what hinders, healthy child development so you can make better choices that will result in better outcomes for children.
CHADD website
L'audience: Public
Non-profit, parent-run organization with chapters throughout the country that provides: * Support and education for those with ADHD, for those who care for them. * Sponsors workshops, presentations and conferences on the latest breakthroughs and techniques involved in dealing with ADHD.
Guide to College and University for Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
Attending college or university opens up an exciting world of possibilities. It can also be pretty challenging. But if you’re living with a mental illness, you’ve faced challenges before. This resource is designed to make your transition to college or university just a little bit easier. It takes you through all the steps of going to school, providing information and tips for anyone living with a mental illness.
Download: YourEducationYourFuture-CMHA.pdf
Iris the Dragon Books
Iris the Dragon (Charity)
L'audience: Public
Iris the Dragon is a charity which creates educational material for adults and young readers to help facilitate a conversation between parents, teachers and children about issues relating to mental health and wellness. Now approved by the Departments of Education for the Province of Manitoba and Nova Scotia as acceptable resource material for their mental health curriculum, Iris the Dragon's books address a variety of emotional, behavioural and neurodevelopmental conditions and recognize the importance of family, school, and community in promoting the potential of every child and youth, regardless of mental health challenge.
Mentalhealth4kids website for South Western Ontario
L'audience: Public
Web-based tool that offers current service information as well as useful tools for kids, teens, parents, educators and community members.
Capital Health
L'audience: Public
OurHealthyMinds is about mental health. It celebrates the many ways we can be well, and honours the many ways we can experience mental illness - as an individual, a caregiver, a parent, a child or loved one.
Shared Care Toolkits
L'audience: Primary Care
Comprehensive toolkit listing mental health resources of interest to primary care.
Teach ADHD
Hospital for Sick Children
L'audience: Public
Provides teachers and other education professionals with resources and materials that have been developed specifically to bridge the substantial gap between current neuroscientific understanding of ADHD and classroom practice.
Teen Mental Health
Dalhousie University
L'audience: Public
Information about teen mental health from Dr. Stan Kutcher and colleagues.