Can Your Home Affect Your Child’s ADHD?

Researchers at the University of NSW are seeking volunteer research participants to identify home features impacting children and adolescents with ADHD. By participating in this research you can help us better understand how to make homes more suitable for people living with ADHD.

Who Can Participate

Be over the age of eighteen, and

Be a parent guardian or carer of a child or adolescent diagnosed with ADHD

Benefits To You

Once you submit your response you can access a factsheet about built environment and ADHD. The factsheet gives information about some elements that can trigger ADHD symptoms and suggests some ways of space design to improve physical surroundings to be ADHD friendlier.

The Survey Is Anonymous and Online

For more information please contact Professor Catherine Bridge at

ADHD, Research

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