We are a registered charity that offers information and support to those living with ADHD in the Greater Edmonton Area through awareness, education, and resources. We offer facilitated support groups for parents of children with ADHD, adults with ADHD, young adults with ADHD, and partners of adults with ADHD. Our guest speakers offer insight, advice, and hands-on workshops throughout the year.

If this is your first visit, click HERE to find out how we can help.

The return of support meetings!

Aug. 5, 2020
7 p.m. – 9 p.m. 
Parent meeting
Adult meeting

Hi everyone!

We know that the last four months have been a trying time for many, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced lockdowns, closed schools and caused great upheaval worldwide. As a small, volunteer-based charitable organization, the disruption meant temporary discontinuation of some of our services.

But we are happy to announce that we will be re-starting our monthly support meetings, for our Parent, Adult/Partner and Young Adult groups!

Due to ongoing restrictions, and concerns over the health and safety of our community, we have opted to proceed with these meetings in an online setting using Google Meets.

We’re excited to get started next Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, with two meetings, one for our Adult group and one for our Parent group. Both run from 7 until 9.

Clicking the links above will take you directly to the virtual meetings.

We hope to see you there!

An update from AAGE

Hi everyone!

We know it has been a little slow on this page of late.

As we are a volunteer-based organization, our lives, like many of yours, were disrupted by COVID-19 changes.

But we do want to be there for you.

Stay tuned to this space in the coming days for announcements about the resumption of our support groups, albeit virtually.

And we will be working to provide you with all the information and content you need as it pertains to the ADHD community.

All the best!

Email Switchover Interruption – COMPLETE June 26 @ 7:30 pm Mountain Time

As part of the modernization of our operations, we are switching to G-Suite, including our email service. It may take anywhere from five minutes to 72 hours. Starting tonight at 7:15 pm Mountain Time, you may have to resubmit any email you send us, through to 7:15 pm Monday. Please refrain from using our email during this time.

info@adhdedmonton.com will remain our contact email address.

Thanks for your patience.

CADDAC – Remote Learning




📅 Wednesday, May 6, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM EST

📍 Webinar


We hear you; remote learning is not what you signed up for. It’s challenging for everyone who hasn’t done it before and let’s face it; supporting children with ADHD with remote learning is even more challenging.


After attending the webinar you will:

  • Have a better understanding of the unique challenges of remote learning for children with ADHD.
  • Use an array of tools and strategies to collaborate with your child, their teachers and other family members in order to support learning.
  • Be able to provide resources for teachers to help children with ADHD learn better remotely.

Cost: Free, suggested donation $10.


This webinar will be recorded and available to registrants following the webinar.


Or learn more about this webinar




Lina Vishnevsky, MSW, RSW, B.Ed


Lina Vishnevsky is a Registered Social Worker and a trained teacher. She works in a children’s mental health organization and has a private practice.


Garry Smolyansky, OCT, M.A


Garry is an Ontario Certified Teacher who works with teachers to help them understand how to tailor remote learning experiences to ensure they are accessible for all.


Online Learning for Children and Adolescents with ADHD


Get this free resource for parents and educators.


CADDAC has developed a template letter that parents can use to send to teachers/educators about supporting their kids to be successful in an online learning environment.

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