Share Your Art

During ADHD Awareness Month, the ADHD Community joins together to spread the facts, rebut the myths, and provide hope and help to adults and children with Attention Deficit Disorder around the world!

As the theme for 2018’s ADHD Awareness Month is “ADHD Myths and Facts: Know the Difference,” share a photo or image that shares your experience with ADHD. This could be

  • a photo you have taken
  • a painting or drawing you have made
  • a cartoon you have authored or
  • any other image that explains your ADHD experience

The best way to change people’s views about ADHD is to let them know it’s not about somebody else, it’s about someone they know. What do you want the world to know about ADHD?

  • Total characters with spaces is 150. That is about 20 words or so.
  • Maximum file size is 64MB in .JPG, .PNG, or .GIF format
  • I understand that by submitting this image that I am allowing to use it for marketing and communication purposes on,, and/or, as well as in ADHD Awareness Month eCommunications. The Coalition will not permit the image to be used on other web sites without my permission and unless otherwise noted, will not attribute my full name with the image. In addition, I understand that has the right to edit the copy of my story and will remove all text regarding drug and doctor information.
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