Register online here.

It's almost that time of year again! Last year's ADHD awareness workshop was very successful thanks to the participation of such an expert and distinguished keynote speaker and panel. ADHD Awareness Day 2017 will take place at the Caboto Club on Friday, October 6th. This year's theme is ADHD: Learning Differences & Lifestyle Optimization.

This year, we have the distinct pleasure of having Dr. Todd Cunningham, C.Psych., as our keynote speaker. He is a clinical psychologist and a faculty member in the Applied Psychology and Human Development department of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. He completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children after earning a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Toronto. He will present a wealth of information about learning differences and how you can optimize your child's learning. Dr. Sharon Burey, Consultant Behavioural Pediatrician, will give a brief update on how lifestyle changes can help families and children with ADHD lead more successful lives. 

  • The ADHD Awareness Day event will take places on Friday, October 6th, 2017 from 9am to 1pm at the Caboto Club.
  • There will be a panel consisting of representatives from ADHD community service providers to provide important information about resources available in our community. There will also be a question and answer session.

Look forward to seeing you there!


You can download the 2017 ADHD Awareness Poster here.

The 2016 Annual Report is also available here.

You can register online or call Dr. Burey's office at (519) 979-9988.



ADHD awareness month came about by the shared vision of a group of individuals with the goal of advocating for children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD. Through awareness we aim to facilitate acceptance of this real problem, and provide a means for the application of state of the art scientific research.


Sharon Burey MD  FRCPC  MPLc (Consultant Behavioural Pediatrician)
Joe Casey PhD (Department of Psychology at the University of Windsor)
Bev Clarke (Former Executive Director of LDA Windsor-Essex County)
Greg Trepanier MEd (Formerly Psychological Services in the GECDSB)


To raise awareness about ADHD in the community and through education, aid in the destigmatization of this condition.

What is ADHD

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, ADHD, is a neurobiological biological disorder that affects 5-12% of school-aged children and about 4% of adults.

  • Untreated ADHD may lead to substance abuse.
  • Untreated ADHD may lead to school failure, early sexual activity, and increased driving accidents.
  • Most children and adults with ADHD have other co-associated conditions, like Learning Disability, ODD, CD, Anxiety or Depression.
  • There are effective psychological, educational, and medical treatments available for ADHD.