Salience, Organisation and Management of Anxiety towards Time in Children with ADHD: A new model and intervention [ 2005 - 2008 ]

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Researchers Prof SJ Houghton; Prof K Durkin; Dr J West

Brief description ADHD is a major educational and public health problem in Australia. In the past decade, prescriptions of medication for individuals with ADHD rose 26% nationwide, representing enormous human and economic liabilities. Over 25% of individuals with ADHD also suffer comorbid anxiety disorders. In such cases, the efficacy of stimulant treatment is significantly reduced. Addressing the role of time management and anxiety in the chaotic, impulsive, disorganised lives of young people with ADHD, this project offers significant benefits to the everyday functioning of children and adolescents in school and home, as well as substantial reductions in community expenditure on pharmacological interventions.

Funding Amount $210,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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