The Centre for Effective ADHD Action
The Centre for Effective ADHD Action (CEADA) is an organisation operating within the HART Network. Decades of evidence have shown ADHD to be a serious congenital neurological condition that for many individuals, causes life-long suffering that may have been prevented had appropriate interventions been available. Persistent failure to recognise ADHD as a cause for serious concern has resulted in an insidious public health crisis that causes extreme damage to individuals, communities, and economies world-wide.Poor efficacy of traditional learning design for ADHD students (both adults and children).Out-dated diagnostic protocols and lack of evidence based classification system.Misconceptions and trivialisation among healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators and policymakers.Lack of supportive policy strategies in both community and healthcare settings.
The first aim of CEADA is to proliferate factual information on the urgency required for effective ADHD action. The second aim is to promote the success of high-efficiency policy and commercial interventions that target key problem areas in ADHD management. These key areas include:
Current projects for each problem area
1. Poor efficacy of traditional learning design for ADHD students (both adults and children).
‘Formed by ADHD students, for ADHD students.Our focus is sharing ideas, forming strategies and taking authoritative action on the issues that students face in higher education across Australia. Established as a joint effort between the Deakin University ADHD Initiative, and the Centre for Effective ADHD Action.’
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2. Out-dated diagnostic protocols and lack of evidence based classification system
3. Misconceptions and trivialisation among healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators and policymakers
4. Lack of supportive policy strategies in both community and healthcare settings
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