Family Perceptions of ADHD 

We hope to learn about how Canadian parents and children perceive ADHD behaviours and common treatments for ADHD, and to compare these perceptions between families of Asian descent and families of Western European descent. We hope the findings will help us provide better services for families of children with ADHD who are from diverse backgrounds.

This study is open to parents who have a child (ages 6 to12) on the waitlist for evaluation at the BC Children’s Hospital ADHD Clinic. The study will take place online at three time points over 8 months. At each time point, you will be asked to fill out some questionnaires online and your child will be invited to a short interview over Zoom. You will be paid $50 each time for completing the questionnaires and child interviews. Therefore, you will be paid $150 for completing all three assessments in the study. 

Please click on the button below to complete a short survey to determine if you are eligible to participate in this study. 

Once we confirm your eligibility, we will contact you with the next steps. 

This study is done in collaboration with the Peer Relationships in Childhood Lab at the University of British Columbia.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Phone: 604-822-8756