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. Moreover it connects and works with research consortia consisting of scientists, academia and universities; and experienced professionals around Europe.
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:
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 by their member organisations across Europe by serving as a supportive ADHD platform:
Our research network includes ADHD Europe to hear the ADHD voices and together disseminate evidenced-based information.
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General Category contains more information about ADHD – For example the ADHD Guidelines, History of ADHD, the signs or symptoms of ADHD, what the causes of ADHD could be, Executive Functioning and more….
Child, Teeanager and Adult Categories contains information about
This brilliant mini-documentary, created by a team of young researchers of the MiND research project and 4QFilms, provides an understanding of what it’s like to live with ADHD from a personal and scientific perspective.
For more information on the video and its’ contributors, take a look at our media release.
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.
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.