Advocacy to effect policy change
Parents for ADHD Advocacy Australia is a volunteer led group. We aim to advocate for children with ADHD and influence politicians to create change. On this page we will share information about submissions, advocacy and campaigns to inform Australian education policy and support students with ADHD. If you can help please get in touch.
Submit your feedback on the NSW Draft Behaviour Policy today. Your voice is important.
Parents for ADHD Advocacy Australia (PAAA) is preparing a submission to the Disability Royal Commission. Find out more.
Watch Parents for ADHD Advocacy interview on Prime7 on the “ADHD & Schools” survey results.
NSW Greens MP Abigail Boyd supports PAAA.
On Monday October 22, Lou Kuchel, Rimmelle Freedman and Doris Hopkins met with the NSW Shadow Minister for Education, Jihad Dib, to highlight the needs of young people with ADHD. We discussed the need for clear recognition of ADHD in school policy, funding for support...