Dr. Jane Liddle (she/her) joins the Possibilities Clinic with a keen interest in supporting children and youth with ADHD. She graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1990 and went on to do her paediatric residency and fellowship at the University of Ottawa. For the past 30 years Dr. Liddle has supported her Ottawa community as both a primary care and consulting paediatrician with a focus on ADHD and mental health – work that was recognized with an outstanding Paediatrician award by the American Academy of Paediatrics. Dr. Liddle has also kept close ties to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa including teaching numerous medical learners. Dr. Liddle is also an invited speaker across Ontario and Canada in the areas of vaccine promotion, ADHD and pediatric health. Advocacy has also been a priority throughout Dr. Liddle’s career and most recently included her roles as the co-president of the Paediatricians Alliance of Ontario (Ontario chapter of the American Academy of Paediatrics) as well as a founding member of OCPN – the Ottawa community Paediatricians network. Dr. Liddle has been an active member of CADDRA Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance and currently is a member of the CADDRA Advocacy Committee and is also a CADDRA board member.