Guide to help improve sleep difficulties in teenagers
This eBook is developed as a self-help guide for teenagers to increase their understanding of sleep problems and how poor sleep can affect their health and wellbeing. A new self rating scale is added to score sleep habits. The eBook provides a number of animations, sounds and links to video clips. Full of interactive features and practical tips, teens will find this eBook an enjoyable resource.
CH.A.D.D. Canada is a charitable organization that aims to help support, educate, and ultimately better the lives of individuals with ADHD, and those who care for them.
Health Canada Consumer Medication Side Effect Reporting
This is a Canadian government website for reporting a side effect to a health or cannabis product.
Website of Dr. Annick Vincent, Quebec City
ADHD Tips, Information and Tricks is a French language website that provides practical information, tools and resources to support parents and individuals living with ADHD.
Ces sites s’adressent aux parents d’enfant(s) ayant un Trouble du Déficit de l’Attention, avec ou sans Hyperactivité (TDA/H), aux intervenant(e)s scolaires et du mileu de la santé.
National Resource Centre on AD/HD (a program of CHADD)
Online resources to help support, educate, and ultimately better the lives of individuals with ADHD, and those who care for them.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
www.aacap.org (Type inADHD in the ‘Search for’ box)
Facts for families on 94 different and common presenting problems at www.aacap.org/cs/root/facts_for_families/facts_for_families
The AACAP medication and treatment guide for parents on ADHD includes a Spanish version and practice parameters www.parentsmedguide.org/pmg_adhd.html
A comprehensive website and magazine that provides information, education, resources and tools to support parents and individuals living with ADHD and learning disorders.
BC Children’s Hospital: ADHD website
Centre for ADHD Advocacy, Canada
CADDAC is a national charity providing leadership in awareness, education, and advocacy for ADHD across Canada. CADDAC provides programs and resources to support parents and individuals affected by ADHD; such as an Executive Functioning program, group coaching programs, resource navigator program, educational events, awareness initiatives and advocacy initiatives.
Many patients with ADHD have learning disabilities:
Online resources to support students in filling educational gaps in literacy; dedicated to supporting families and students overcome and understand learning difficulties.