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I Think I May Have ADHD

Knowing you have ADHD in itself can be a feat to be reckoned with. Sometimes it's not something we even recognize in ourselves but, rather, something those around us will bring to our attention. On the other hand, sometimes our ability to mask our symptoms will make ADHD practically undetectable. Given that symptoms can be so broad and seem so common in moderation, how can one go about this journey of self discovery?   



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Common Symptoms & related



USEFUL REsources

Ask Dr. Wong - Blog

Dr. David Wong |

Dr. Wong is a local ADHD specialist on Prince Edward Island who has a blog full of great information. After specializing in ADHD during his career as a pediatrician, Dr. Wong is now semi-retired and focuses on diagnosing and supporting adults with ADHD.

Bridge the Gapp

Bridge the Gapp is an online mental health resource for adults and youth in Prince Edward Island.

Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA)

CADDRA is an independent, not-for-profit, resource organization for medical, healthcare and research professionals with an interest in the field of ADHD. 

Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada (CADDAC)

CADDAC is a national charity providing leadership in awareness, education, and advocacy for ADHD across Canada. They are committed to increasing the understanding of ADHD. They have many support programs, and their website is a fantastic resource for Canadians with ADHD.

Dr. Annick Vincent

Dr. Annick Vincent and her team have created a website full of resources about ADD/ADHD, with the goal of fostering understanding in order to provide better support for those impacted by ADD/ADHD. 

(This website is also available in en français:

PEI Medical Walk-in Clinics

Provincial Government of Prince Edward Island

If you do not have a family physician, you can seek care through medical walk-in clinics. They can prescribe medication and make referrals, but prescriptions and referrals are at the attending physician's discretion.

PEI Mental Health Walk-in Clinics

PEI Medical Walk-in Clinics Provincial Government of Prince Edward Island

Mental health walk-in clinics offer immediate mental health support to help with anxiety, as well as life events causing stress and other mental health issues.

Note: The mental health walk-in clinics cannot prescribe medications or make referrals to a psychiatrist of psychologist, but they can be a great resource for crisis intervention/management.

PEICA - Find a Counsellor

Prince Edward Island Counselling Association (PEICA)

This organization can help you find a counsellor in PEI.

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