CADDRA is happy to provide non-members with a complementary PDF copy of our 4.1 Edition of the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines (published in January 2020) which are produced without external funding. We would appreciate it if you are able to help us continue to produce the guidelines by donating $5 or more.
CADDRA is a not-for-profit organization and not a registered charity so we can not issue official donation receipts for income tax purposes. We are happy to acknowledge your generosity through our annual report.
To donate to CADDRA, please click here: https://www.caddra.ca/
- Review diagnosis, assessment and treatment of ADHD across the lifespan
- Are evidence-based on recent peer-reviewed published literature
- Involve expert consensus when there is a lack of evidence
- Offer practical clinical advice
- Provide assessment, treatment and follow-up questionnaires in a fillable PDF format with automatic scoring where applicable in the eToolkit (free with the print copy of the Guidelines or can be purchased separately)
- Were developed and reviewed by a multidisciplinary team of ADHD specialists, pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, family physicians, pharmacists, nurses, educators and community stakeholders from Canada and the U.S.
- Were fully funded by CADDRA without external financial grants.