Dear Parents and Guardians,
As one of CADDAC’s advocacy initiatives, every time a new medication option for ADHD is approved by Health Canada, we contact the appropriate government agencies, when the opportunity exists, to inform them as to why this new option should be made accessible to children and/or adults with ADHD. Our view is that, since treatment for ADHD is not a “one size fits all” scenario, as many options as possible should be accessible. Unfortunately, certain governments only makes it possible to formally voice our opinion on medication treatment (although the issue of availability of proven non-medication treatments will also be voiced through advocacy efforts later this year).
With that in mind, we ask you to please take a few minutes to fill out a brief survey. The information gathered will be used to assist us with providing input to governments in support of publicly funded access to a new medication for ADHD.
We would greatly appreciate you completing our survey through this LINK. If you know any other parents or guardians that could answer the survey please forward the link on to them as well.
Thank you for your ongoing support.