Welcome to ADD-ADHD Cyprus. We hope
that you will find our new website informative and easy to navigate.
Please bear with us as we finalize the details. As always,
your comments and suggestions are welcome! Just email us at
We are proud to announce that ADD-ADHD
Cyprus' project "Empowering the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder Community" was classified by the EEA/Norway
Grants NGO Fund in Cyprus as a
Practices project in the report NGO Fund in
Cyprus: Compendium of Projects.
ADD-ADHD Cyprus completed the project in August 2010.
have just learned that someone you love has or may have
AD/HD, it is likely that you feel overwhelmed. As
a service to the AD/HD community, ADD-ADHD Cyprus
of professionals who provide services and support to
those with AD/HD. ADD-ADHD
Cyprus does not endorse or
recommend the services of any of the providers listed in
you'd like to be included in our professional directory,
all you need to do is become an ADD-ADHD member and sign
up for this service.
If you are new to the AD/HD community, the first
thing you probably want to do is better understand AD/HD and what it
means for you and your child. The
Resources and Support section
of this website can help!
In addition, there is
a great new resource called the
Support Pack, which was developed by Shire Pharmaceuticals in
collaboration with ADHD Europe. It's an excellent source of
information on raising awareness, talking about AD/HD, recognizing
the symptoms and diagnosis, understanding the impact and addressing
the stigma of AD/HD, and planning for the management and treatment
A great new blog for adults with AD/HD is now
available at www.adderworld.com.
It is written by Bryan Hutchinson, the author of One Boy's Struggle:
A Memoir - Surviving Life with Undiagnosed ADD. All about
staying positive and working with, not against AD/HD, the blog and
all that Bryan does is inspirational.
Perspectives on ADHD, by UCB Pharma in association with ADDISS,
UK, is an excellent report on research amongst children and parents
illustrating the impact of ADHD on the school day. For those
who think that ADHD doesn't need to be taken seriously, this is an
this site, you will find the acronyms ADD, ADHD and
AD/HD used interchangeably. AD/HD is currently
used to represent the disorder known as attention
deficit disorder, with or without hyperactivity, in the
medical and academic community.