What is the Membership Committee?

The membership committee is dedicated to furthering the mission of APSARD by recruiting and maintaining a diverse group of researchers, educators and clinicians in the field of ADHD and related disorders.

The membership committee is continually exploring new ways to “spread the word” about the value of being a member in APSARD and exploring additional opportunities to bring value to members.

Built upon the pillars of a collegial exchange of information, education, collaboration, advocacy and mentorship; APSARD members strive to improve the lives of individuals struggling with ADHD and related disorders.

APSARD Mentoring Program

The APSARD Mentoring Program is for Members Only. The call for applications is now closed.  The committee is working on making the matches and hope to have them complete by June.

This program is led by the membership committee with the goal of matching professionals annually, interested in mentoring and being mentored in the field of ADHD and related disorders. Within this program, we aim to share experiences, build community, and cultivate relationships within APSARD. The membership of APSARD reflects a wealth of experience across several domains and disciplines, so this is a unique opportunity to share ideas and learn from one another.