ADHD in Australia

The Government's response to the ADHD inquiry has been delayed by more than two months
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Government response to the ADHD inquiry is two months overdue

A report recommended sweeping changes to the way ADHD is diagnosed and treated in Australia. Five months on, the Government hasn’t responded.

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Can we support people with ADHD better?

A senate committee has been looking at how to remove some of the barriers to receiving an ADHD diagnosis and support. We’ve heard in the past from TDA’s audience that receiving a diagnosis can be a costly and time consuming process. And that not all healthcare, work and education settings are free of stigma. In today’s deep dive we’ll look at what the senate committee’s investigation found and what it recommends moving forward.

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