III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
Ms Andrea Bilbow
Ms Andrea Bilbow
The purpose of ADHD-Europe ivzw is to advance the rights of, and advocate on every level throughout Europe for, people affected by ADHD and co-occurring conditions in order to help them fulfill their potential.
It shall also promote the dissemination of information and support to those who live, or are in contact, with persons who have ADHD.
ADHD-Europe promotes ADHD awareness and information on a European level, promoting evidence-based treatment and supporting the efforts of its members throughout Europe, in an effort to combat ignorance, stigma and intolerance with regard to AD/HD.
Other fields of activity are in the area of
- public and professional education,
- rights of individuals and their families,
- support for, and participation in, scientific research around ADHD and co occurring conditions.
ADHD-Europe l encourages discussion, opinion forming and public debate in the area of mental health care.
We are collaborating partners in the joint action work package (WP7) on Mental Health in Schools
We are partners in the EU funded Adocare project to build a European Expert network in adapted (specialist) Adolescent Mental healthcare
In 2014 ADHD –Europe submitted a response to the public consultation on Europe 2020. We also took part in the European Commission’s day of disability conference and several parliamentary interest group meetings concerning mental health issues.
Organisation of the AD/HD Awareness Week September 2010
Participation in events such as:
- Advocacy Engagement Workshop (EATG, IFPA and EUFAMI): 16/11/2010
- ADHD Awareness Event "Paying attention: the impact of ADHD in Europe", hosted by Ms Nessa Childers, MEP; our expresident Myriam Menter spoke for ADHD-Europe: 10/11/2010.
- Challenging Poverty – Creating Hope. Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Mental Health Problems (Mental Health Europe: 22-23/10/2010
- II Foro Social sobre Salud Mental, Barcelona: 18/10/2010
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ADHD, ASC & LD Belgium
HyperSupers TDAH France
ADHS Deutschland e.V.
ADHD- Hungary Foundation
Dundee and Angus
- Mental Health Europe
- European Public Affairs Directory
- European Patient Group Directory
01/2014 - 12/2014
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Current funding sources for 2014 and projected for 2015 will be from
1. membership fees
2. individual donations
3. Collaboration, participation in and contribution to scientific research projects undertaken by professional consortiums, funded by grants from for example Horizon 20/20
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.
The organisation has also declared to be bound to the following other Code:
In addition Board members of ADHD Europe adhere to a code of conduct defined by the organisations