October is the ADHD Awareness Month

Our theme this year is   Setting the Record Straight.
Armed with recent information about ADHD and research-supported practices, life can be better for you and those you know with ADHD.

Check out the information on our site and those of our supporters. In addition to sharing the facts and dispelling the myths about ADHD, you can help set the record straight:

Submit a video for our 2018 Video Contest.  What do you want the world to know about ADHD? Submissions will be accepted through Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 11:59pm Eastern Time.
Vote for your favorite video. Voting will begin October 2.
Share your ADHD story through the written word from the perspective of a person with ADHD, or a person who loves or works someone with ADHD.
Share your art: We’d love to see your photos or other images that show what ADHD looks like or feels like to you.
Submit your ideas for the 2018 meme contest running throughout the month of October and vote for your favorites. (The contest doesn’t open until October 1 but you can find the rules here.)
Register for the 2018 Annual International Conference on ADHD to be held November 8 – 11, 2018 in St. Louis, MO.

 

Want some inspiration for your video? See 2017 ADHD Awareness Month videos here.
Read some previous stories here.

Before you go, take a few minutes to check out our resources. And click on any of the logos at the bottom of this page and you’ll have access to some of the best information and help for ADHD that you’ll find on the web.

And sign up for our Mailing List to join the movement! We’ll keep you posted on updates.