Useful Links and Websites


Impact ADHD

An excellent resource for parents and families, as well as individuals.  Based in USA, now has coaches in Australia, including Melbourne.  Offers a mix of free resources and useful articles, as well as paid online courses.

Dr Tim Edwards-Hart Clinical Psychologist ADHD Principles handout – 7 principles to help manage ADHD

Kids Like Us
Kids Like Us is a family-focussed organisation, as working with twice-exceptional (2e) young people may involve putting additional supports at home.  Website includes resources for parents, kids, and teachers, as well as a calendar of events.

Home and life organisation online

Business calendar pro
Calendar for Android that links together your existing calendars + additional features

UB Reader (“Universal Book Reader”) for reading various file formats and ebooks

The Headspace app
Meditation and mindfulness made simple

Budgeting app that links to your bank account and automates recording your spending by category, so you don’t have to manually enter it.

“Saver” – budgeting app
Children and Adults with ADHD – an American non-profit organisation providing education, advocacy and support for people with ADHD.
ADHD Australia a voice at the national level

ADDitude Magazine

An online magazine.  Generally good, but some of the contect is ‘sponsored’ and the financial connections are not always clear – meaning that some of the promoted articles are not necessarily consistent with the research evidence.

The Headspace app
Meditation and mindfulness made simple

Below are links to other Adult ADHD support groups.




South Australia

Western Australia


Crisis contacts

Lifeline 131 114

Kids Helpline  (ages 5-25)
1800 55 1800

Beyond Blue
1300 224 636

ReachOut (for young people)

Suicide call back service
1300 659 467