• THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

  • THE ADHD VOICE

    We advocate on behalf of people with ADHD for their rights to have equal access to diagnosis and treatment, and serve as a platform for our member organisations to share information and collaborate on research to help the European community.

WHO ARE WE?

ADHD-Europe is an European umbrella organisation which represents self-support patient ADHD advocacy NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations comprising of charities, family support groups, and other grass roots organisations) within Europe. Our membership base is international along with our network of professionals globally. 

We connect and colloborate with research consortia consisting of scientists, academia and universities.

    OUR VISION

    ADHD-Europe has a vision for a truly inclusive European community, where people affected by ADHD are understood, accepted, and valued as contributing members of a diverse European community. Our core values and visions are that everyone with ADHD and their families should:

      • be given and treated with the respect for difference and without discrimination
      • be accepted as part of human diversity and humanity
      • have the right to a full and effective participation in society
      • have equality of opportunity for treatment, education and employment

      OUR AIMS & OBJECTIVES

      Our objectives are to promote evidence-based treatment, information and ADHD Awareness at European level, support the efforts of its members who provide support for children, adolescents, adults, parents and families as well as for their teachers, employers and other professionals who work with them across Europe. This includes: access to education; medical help and employment; as well as support in adulthood if needed ~ working together towards interventions for children, adolescents and adults living with ADHD, their families, professionals and decision makers.

      The purpose of ADHD-Europe is to advance the rights and dignity, and advocate for all those living with ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and co-morbid conditions) at various levels throughout Europe from working with the EU parliament to supporting efforts of our members across Europe and beyond by serving as a supportive ADHD platform:

      • Representing the voices and concerns of people with ADHD by collectively providing members advice, support, guidance. Facilitating the exchange of best practices or information, real-life experiences as well as meta-analytic reviews of a better understanding of ADHD and its treatment.
      • Encouraging and contributing to ADHD research in collaboration with our supportive partners, scientists, academics and research consortia,
      • Contributing to policy and legislation, and practical initiatives. Representing and lobbying at the European Union’s institutions on behalf of the European community for its members on the topic of ADHD with a view to affecting policy and improving existing legislation on issues connected to ADHD and liaise with other non-governmental organisations sharing similar objectives.
      • Disseminating information and offering support to those who live or are in contact with persons who have ADHD.
      • Committing together to combat ignorance, stigma, injustice and intolerance that people with ADHD face in their daily life.

      OUR MEMBERS

      Our member organisations are drawn from over 25 nations across the European continent.

      Each member organisation has full voting rights at ADHD Europe’s AGM and elect our board members. Click below to find out more about our board and see the full list of our members.

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      Your donation will be much appreciated and will be used for our communication outeach dissemination programmes  such as Broadcasting ADHD Europe – ADHD Advocacy – ADHD Women Project- Awareness Activities. Donations accepted via Paypal, Debit or Credit card.

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      ADHD Europe exists to advance the rights and dignities, and advocate for, all those affected by ADHD (and coexisting conditions) across Europe.

      ADHD Europe has a vision for an inclusive European community, where people affected by ADHD can experience well-being and achieve their full potential, and can also contribute to the well-being of their community and wider society.

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