ADHD Expert Consortium Consensus Statement

April 12, 2023 | ADHD News

Recently, a group of key stakeholders including pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, community, and healthcare professionals from across the United States, came together to develop a consensus statement on the future of ADHD care in the country – as reported in ADDitude and featured on the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) website.

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Together, this group has developed a vision for the path forward utilizing objective data and addressing contemporary challenges in healthcare. Key challenges discussed included access to quality ADHD care in a standardized way, absence of equity, education, lack of suitable payment, and parity.

We invite you; clinicians and concerned citizens alike to read the following Consensus Statement and support our mission to improve the lives of people being evaluated and or treated for ADHD.


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