All four Burnaby Libraries will have BC ADHD Awareness Week book displays Bob Prittie Metrotown, Cameron & Mcgill and Tommy Douglas.

Final BC ADHD Awareness Week 2014 Badge with URL

There will be books for children, teens and adults with ADHD, books by authors who have ADHD who have written non ADHD books, our ADHD Awareness Week Poster and Brochures on the only 2 ADHD support groups in BC, my Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group and CHADD Vancouver, and the quick Harvard Adult ADHD Screener Test.

Burnaby Libraries with BC ADHD Awareness Week Book Displays

The Bob Prittie Metrotown Library

The Cameron Library

The Mcgill Library

The Tommy Douglas Library

If you live or work near those libraries, please drop in and check out their ADHD Book displays, thank the librarians for doing them and please take pictures of their book display with our ADHD Awareness Week poster.

Please put the pictures on your social media accounts with the library name, city and hashtag it #adhdawareness and #BC or email it me at with the library and city name and we’ll put it on our website, and our social media accounts.



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Or you can put it on twitter and hashtag it #adhdawareness and #BC and we’ll retweet it

We’ll be updating the listing the new libraries and bookstores in different BC cities who’ve agreed to help get the word out on BC ADHD Awareness Week.

Ask a library or bookstore in your neighbourhood if they’ll participate.

All 4 Burnaby Libraries Will Have BC ADHD Awareness Week Book Displays Bob Prittie Metrotown, Cameron & Mcgill and Tommy Douglas

2 thoughts on “All 4 Burnaby Libraries Will Have BC ADHD Awareness Week Book Displays Bob Prittie Metrotown, Cameron & Mcgill and Tommy Douglas

  • November 20, 2014 at

    Hi Pete,
    My thirty year old son is struggling, he has joked many times about being ADD. He is a very hard worker and is very good at his job.He struggled in school, went to BCIT and took their HVAC course. He graduated but did not pass his exams for his ticket. He has been employed with a good company and he has brought many new clients to the company because of his knowledge and very good work ethic. He has self medicated with drinking and drugs, he is working very hard to change that but finds life a struggle.He has a good wife and they would like to have children. I think he is overwhelmed, he does display many of the symptoms of ADD. He jokes around more and more about it, I would love to help him but where would he begin?

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