The ADHDe Project

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Welcome to the official webpage of The ADHDe Project!

The ADHDe Project is a student-led initiative that promotes inclusion and respect for university students who identify as neurodiverse. This project was created to destigmatize ADHD and neurodiversity on campus, provide students with resources and support, and promote a welcoming environment at the University of Windsor.

Funded by the Government of Ontario, and in partnership with the Learning Disability Association of Windsor Essex (LDAWE), The ADHDe Project will host a series of social media campaigns, workshops, and seminars along with a permanent digital resource for people who identify as neurodiverse. 

If you are interested in learning more about the project or would like to get in touch with the Student Project Coordinators, please send an email to:

To view and download the ADHDe Pressbook, please click here.

Introducing the Team Leads

  • Nadia Gill - Student Project Coordinator
  • Rame Marie - Student Project Coordinator
  • Erin Plumb – Project Specialist, Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor-Essex County
  • Cherie Gagnon - Accessibility Manager, Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility (OHREA)
  • Understanding ADHD – Mini Presentation

    Bring The ADHDe Project into your classroom or office! In less than 15 minutes, you can create a more inclusive, respectful, and accessible campus. We will cover…

    • The basics of ADHD
    • How you can help to create an inclusive campus
    • And where you can access supports and resources

    Contact us at for more details about how you can get involved!

    Presentation Request Form


    The ADHDe Project - PD Workshop

    Are you interested in gaining a better understanding of ADHD and neurodiversity? Would you like to learn how to best support those with ADHD by enhancing your understanding of accessibility and inclusivity? If so, join The ADHDe Project on October 28, 2022, for a virtual workshop led by University of Windsor students. Gain valuable tips for supporting students with ADHD, learn more about diagnosis and resources, and participate in a live Q&A session. Our project and workshops aim to address and break down barriers for people diagnosed with ADHD.

    Professional Development Registration Form


    Understanding ADHD; ADHD and Neurodiversity in the Classroom (CTL Workshop)

    What is ADHD? How do we support students with ADHD? What is it like to be a university student with ADHD? All of these questions (and more!) will be answered during this workshop. Join The ADHDe Project and The Center for Teaching and Learning for an interactive session geared towards educators who want to learn more about ADHD and neurodiversity. For more information about The ADHDe Project and our goals, please visit our website.

    To register for this session, please visit the CTL website.


    High School Panel Event

    Join The ADHDe Project and The University of Windsor for a virtual discussion panel geared toward high school students who have been diagnosed with ADHD and their families! This session will help prepare prospective University of Windsor students with the tools they need to succeed at the post-secondary level.

    • Insights from current University students with lived experience.
    • Receive important details  about Student Accessibility Services at the University.
    • Information for students from the Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor-Essex.
    • Get tips and tricks to help you navigate university life.
    • Participate in a live Q&A.
    • Become more confident and prepared for the Fall!

    Virtual Presentation Dates:

    • Tuesday, November 15, 2022

    Please click here for the link to the November 15 virtual presention

    • Friday, November 25, 2022

    Please click here for the link to the November 25 virtual presentation


The ADHDe Project Resource Guide

Please follow this link to see The ADHDe Project Resource Guide. Please note that this guide will be updated regularly with new resources. If you have the link to a new resource that is not currently in the guide, please feel free to send it to us via email at

The ADHDe Project in the DailyNews

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