Please join us in working together for understanding, recognition and support for all PDA people and their families.
Find out how you can help make a difference…
Understanding PDA and the different approaches that help is transformational in leading to positive outcomes, but PDA people and their families still face barriers to accessing the right understanding and support for their needs. This can and does lead to poor outcomes.
We’re working hard to tackle this, and you can help by signing up to join Team PDA. You’ll receive regular emails which are full of useful information and opportunities to make a difference. You’ll also be invited to Team PDA Zoom calls where we can collaborate on ways we can raise awareness and take action together as a community.
To join, please sign up to our Team PDA emails using the form below. We’ll send you a welcome email followed by our regular Team PDA emails which cover news, events, campaigning, fundraising, volunteering and the latest information releases about PDA. You will also receive our monthly round-up emails.
Your help will make a positive difference for PDA people and their families and we’re incredibly grateful for your support.
Team PDA social media & email graphics
Help make PDA more visible and let everyone know you’re part of the team by sharing these social media and email assets. To download an image, please click or tap on the image you’d like to use and then save it to your device.
The more people who join us, the bigger the difference we can make together so please invite others to join the team too with a link to this page.
If you’d like to tag us on social media, our accounts are linked below. Please also include the #TeamPDA hashtag to help keep everyone’s posts together and make them more visible.
To close PDA Action Week 2023 we shared the short but powerful videos Team PDA members sent us about the difference hearing about PDA made to them. Thank you to everyone who shared their experiences for this video, highlighting how important it is for PDA to be recognised and understood and the life-changing impact this can have for PDA people and those who care about them.