Resources & Research
Rolling With ADHD
posted Dec 13, 2018
Rolling with ADHD is a free, online, eight module series that covers practical tools and strategies for caregivers of children with ADHD. This series has been adapted from the long standing in-person program at BC Children’s Hospital, and includes what research shows really works for kids and families living with ADHD.
Growing up with ADHD
Social media posts:
1) Looking for ways to support a child with #ADHD? Check out “Rolling with ADHD” a free, online series with practical tools and strategies. @KeltyCentre #BCChildrens #KeltyCentre; #MentalHealth #ADHD https://bit.ly/2ASnLCN
2) Have a child with #ADHD between the ages of 6 and 12? A free, research-based online program shows families what really works. @KeltyCentre #BCChildrens #KeltyCentre; #MentalHealth https://bit.ly/2ASnLCN
3) “We hope that parents will see that they are not alone and that small adjustments in how they approach their child with ADHD can make a big difference in their lives.” @KeltyCentre #BCChildrens#KeltyCentre; #MentalHealth #ADHD https://bit.ly/2ASnLCN
The ADHD Centre for Treatment Services (ACTS)
posted February 27, 2018
The ADHD Centre for Treatment Services (ACTS) situated on the North Shore provides ADHD treatment for children, teens, adults, couples and families.
Free parenting support group
posted October 24, 2015
UBC Peer Relationships Lab is offering a free parenting support group for parents of children (6-11 years old) with ADHD and poor social skills. Parents will learn about helping their child build friendships. Groups meet in East Vancouver one evening per week. Free child care is available, and participating families receive money for completion of study measures. For information, contact us at email@example.com, 604-822-8756, or www2.psych.ubc.ca/~mikamilab
Dr. Charlotte Johnston’s UBC Parenting Lab
Psychology Department, University of British Columbia
THE ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) PARENT PROGRAM
The Online Parenting Study examines how parents think about child behavior and how these thoughts relate to child and parent behavior.
Who's needed: Parents of boys aged 6-12 with or without attentional problems.
What's involved: Parents will complete computer questionnaires, two computer tasks, and a phone
Interview on parenting and child behaviour. Parents are able to complete the study at any time convenient for them from their own home or anywhere with phone access and internet connection!
How long does it take: Approximately 1.5 hours
Compensation: Parents will receive up to $25 for participating in our study. Parents receive $15 for participating in the computer portion of our study and $10 for the phone interview.
The ADHD PARENT PROGRAM office is located at:
Family and Community Enhancement Services (FACES)
3rd Floor-2750 East Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z9
Phone# (604) 675-3896