Are you spreading the word in your community?
Download the useful resources below, vetted by national experts, and spread them widely in your place of work, community, and schools!
The many faces of ADHD FACT SHEETS
- ADHD in Teens
- ADHD in Women
- ADHD in Adults
- Parenting Children with ADHD
- Prevalence of ADHD in US
- ADHD and the DSM 5
- Los Adolescentes con el TDAH
- Las Mujeres con el TDAH
- Los Adultos con el TDAH
- Criando a un Niño con el TDAH
- El TDAH y el DSM 5
Common challenges surface for those with ADHD. We’ve developed posters and handouts that address a few of these: motivation, task completion, and the propensity for addiction. Download, print, and post or hand these out as appropriate.
- Staying Motivated: Handout and Poster
- Getting Things Done: Handout and Poster
- Reducing the Risk of Addiction: Handout and Poster
Step Up & Speak Out
What can you do to get the world up to speed on attention deficit during this year’s ADHD Awareness Month? We have suggestions on this free poster, Step Up & Speak Out. Download it now, share it, and take action!
And here is a Letter to the Editor that you can send to your own local paper to bring ADHD Awareness to your community!
The Many Faces of ADHD AWARD-WINNING ESSAYS
Strong, funny, vulnerable, determined, successful or maybe still struggling
Eleven essays by people with attention deficit explore the experiences and diversity of ADHD.
The mission of the ADHD Awareness Month Coalition is to educate the public about ADHD by disseminating reliable information based on the evidence of science and peer-reviewed research. Please feel free to download and disseminate any and all of these resources with proper attribution. Please be aware that the ADHD Awareness Month name and logo may not be used to endorse or promote any product or service or for commercial purposes.