Research ADHD

“Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on the wellbeing of families affected by ADHD”

Are you a parent of a child or teen who has ADHD?
The COVID-19 ADHD study is a research study run by Deakin University which aims to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the wellbeing of children with ADHD and their families.

Who can take part?

We are seeking parents of children and adolescents:

·        Aged 5-17 years

·        With a confirmed diagnosis of ADHD

·        Living in Australia

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An Australian research project participation opportunity for 2020

Associate Professor Emma Sciberas, from Deakin University in Melbourne, is undertaking an online based research project which will look at “Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on the wellbeing of families affected by ADHD.

The online study will investigate the impacts of COVID-19 in Australia on children with ADHD and their families.  They hope that they can use the information from this project to understand how we can help families of children with ADHD during and following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participation in this research project will be completed online. Participants will be asked to complete an online survey every two weeks for about 6 months. The first survey will take about 25 minutes to complete and the fortnightly surveys which follow will take about 15 minutes.

To learn more about this research project, and to start to become a participant, please go to the Deakin University research project website at:
Or you can ask more questions from the researcher, Dr Emma Sciberras, directly by emailing her at:

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