Publications and Resources

The ADHD Association website has information for families, young people and adults with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, including how to access locally available resources and services.
Advancing Supporting Parents Healthy Children Work

Luci Falconer and Stacey Porter (Werry Workforce Wharaurau)

Adverse early events and neurodevelopment

Wendy Kelly, Clinical Psychologist, Victoria University

This website is a good source of information for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.
An Update on Eating Disorders

Rachel Lawson (South Island Eating Disorders Service, CDHB), Roger Mysliwiec, Maugan Rimmer, Liesje Donkin (Regional Eating Disorders Service, ADHB

Aroha Ki Te Tamariki Trust

Whakaata Tohu Tohu/Mirror HQ

The Asian mental health cultural support coordination services provide free and confidential services for Waitemata DHB consumers.
Supporting Families provides free support, education and information families/whanau, in order to provide the best possible quality of life and recovery to their loved one who has a mental illness and to their own self care.
This Australian website has a number of useful resources for families, young people and professionals to access on issues of trauma, including bullying and disasters, as well as grief management.
Balance NZ is a charitable trust that makes a difference in the lives of those affected by mental health issues with a focus on mood disorders. Its website has useful information on bipolar disorder as well as other mood disorders.
This UK based website offers useful information about resilience and how to improve it.
CADDRA is a Canadian non-profit, multi-disciplinary alliance of healthcare professionals working in the field of ADHD. They produce the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines – now in its 3rd edition – and assessment toolkits. CADDRA provides education, training and support on ADHD for healthcare clinicians through their annual national conference, training courses and eLearning portal
The CALD Resources website is developed and managed by WDHB Asian Health Support Services. It provides a platform for health practitioners to access resources to establish cultural competence, as well as supporting and enabling cultural and language appropriate interactions with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) patients