Welcome to One Small Step for Parents! Our goal is to help you find the right resources, support and information that is needed to make informed choices. Without the proper tools we, as parents and adults, don't know what will help our situation or what works and doesn't work. Here at One Small Step, we have done our best to take the guesswork and confusion out of the equation by supplying tools, resources and online support.


There is quite a lot of information available online, however when you are trying to ease the stress of your daily life it isn't always convenient to sit in front of your computer for hours at a time searching for the website that offers everything you need.
In order to make your search easier and more comfortable, we have done our best to sort through the pages and pages of websites and compiled a list of the sites we feel offer the most comprehensive information.
This page is also an ongoing work in progress as websites have a habit of disappearing and new ones popping up! We will do our best to keep up, but please forgive us if we miss any. If you find something you feel should be listed that we have overlooked, please feel free to email us at harondezyn@hotmail.com.

Jacqueline Sinfield
ADHD Coach for Adults and Author
****Excellent resources and newsletter

Centre for ADD/ADHD Advocacy, Canada
Advocating for ADHD across Canada
***Excellent information, step by step guidance from diagnosis to medications

The Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA)
Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines, under the 'Physician' section
***Excellent information

Totally ADD
Adult ADHD interactive site hosted by Rick Green and Patrick McKenna
****A unique, positive and quirky perspective of ADHD

Teach ADHD
Hospital for Sick Children's Web site for education professionals

This is a resource guide for teaching children with ADHD

CHADD Canada
***Excellent information with support chapters in many areas

PANDA (for our French neighbours)
Ces sites s'adressent aux parents d'enfant(s) ayant un Trouble du Deficit de l'Attention, avec ou sans Hyperactivite (TDA/H), aux intervenant(e)s scolaires et du mileu de la sante...

Dr. Annick Vincent
An information source and reference for parents and the general public.
The site is also a good resource for professionals.