Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is common in children, adolescents and persists into adulthood. Despite this,
access to adult ADHD services is often poor, resulting in frequent gaps in care during transition. Several barriers to successful
transition can be identified. The main mission of the Erasmus+ KA2 "ADHD-CARE" project is to offer knowledge for the psychoeducation for people with
ADHD and highlight the importance of increasing the support to carers of people with ADHD with the ultimate goal of
improving the lives of millions of Europeans living with ADHD. We aim to facilitate also the exchange of good practices on
successful ADHD Campaigns in Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Serbia, Turkey and beyond.
“SrBC” will emphasize that the collaboration on education about ADHD is important not only between EU Member states
(Belgium, Cyprus and Greece) but also by including emerging Associated countries and regions such as Serbia and Turkey.
The project accommodates patients by the utilisation of a Patient Advisory Board (PAB). We will encourage the members of
the PAB who are patients living with ADHD to participate in this project. Our aim is to draw the attention of the general public,
as well as relevant state institutions, to the importance of psychoeducation for patients and their caregivers, as well as to
ensure, by integrating all levels of research, better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of ADHD.
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