The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is an international–and the world’s leading–organization helping adults with ADHD. Its mission is to provide information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with ADHD lead better lives.

As part of that effort, ADDA’s Workplace Issues Committee (on which several ACO member coaches serve) has prepared a survey targeting adults with ADHD and they are soliciting your help to find participants to complete this survey.

Their objective is to create a publicity campaign to make the general public and employing organizations aware of ADHD issues in the workplace. They are aiming to have at least 1,000 completed surveys by June 2014. Of course, the more completed surveys they have, the better the results.

They are seeking adult participants with ADHD who are or were employed to complete the survey. They are interested in finding out whether or not your ADHD clients have disclosed their ADHD in their workplace and if so, what the results were, both positive and negative. If they chose not to disclose their ADHD diagnosis, they are also interested in finding out why not.

The survey consists of 17 questions, although participants must complete between 10 and 17 questions depending on their answers. Most questions are multiple-choice so the survey can be completed quickly and easily. Here is the link to the survey:

They are asking readers to promote this survey to any adult with ADHD who was or is employed.

ADDA will share their results with Circle readers when they become available.

Thank you for supporting this research!