To offer information and support to those living with ADHD in the Greater Edmonton Area through awareness, education, and resources.

welcome to adhd edmonton

Welcome to ADHD Edmonton — we are so glad that you found us! 

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.

ADHD Edmonton Fundraiser

Join us for our first Fundraiser in two years!

Listen, Learn & Support

Speakers Panel

A virtual fundraising Speakers Panel. Join us to hear from three doctors who specialize in ADHD.

Dr. Karthikeyan Ganapathy will be speaking about Adult ADHD & Comorbidity.

Dr. Marnie MacKay will be talking about ADHD Diagnosis.

Dr. Paul Soper will be speaking about The Complex Relationship Between ADHD Medications and Executive Functioning.

Your registration and contribution are greatly appreciated. This will help build and expand this volunteer-run organization and keep our services available to the community.

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, from 7 to 9 pm.

Ticket information:

Early Bird Tickets available until Friday, October 1st – $35

General Admission after October 1st – $45

Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

NOTE: ADHD Edmonton has a limited number of price-reduced tickets. We do not want anyone to be excluded due to a lack of funds. Contact us at for more information.

Support Group Meeting Guest Speakers:

  • Wednesday, September 15th Adult Support Meeting – Bringing Calm to the Chaos – Professional Organizing Tips for the Neurodiverse Brain with Shannon Belanger, founder of Simply SOS. Register for Bringing Calm to the Chaos here.
  • Wednesday, November 3rd Parent Support Meeting – Challenging Behaviours & ADHD with Larissa Predy. Register for Challenging Behaviours & ADHD  here.

More information on our Guest Speakers, as well as the complete 2021-2022 AAGE Speaker Schedule, can be found here.

Did you miss Shannon Belanger, Professional Organizer – Bringing Calm to the Chaos – Professional Organizing Tips for the Neurodiverse Brain Wednesday, September 15th? Did you attend and would like to have notes? Shannon has shared her presentation with us. You can download them- Bringing Calm to the Chaos.

A Note of Thanks

The ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton is a volunteer-run, non-profit society serving the area for 12 years. We are incredibly grateful for the generosity of our community. Your donations help keep our services accessible to the general public. We want to acknowledge and thank those who donated to our website Donation Button, the anonymous donators and the Charitable Impact Foundation (CHIMP). As well as the donations received via PayPal Giving Fund Canada (PPGF) – one-time donations, Paypal Give at Checkout donations and PPGF donations from Humble Bundle. A special shout-out to Jessie’s Birthday Fundraiser and Alex’s Birthday Fundraiser for thinking of us and your spirit of giving.

ADHD Edmonton to the Professionals that donate their time and knowledge to present at Support Group Meeting. Thank you for sharing your expertise and valuable time with us.



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