Zeigler Dendy Family Mission
Our family’s mission is to help families around the world live successfully with ADHD. So after receiving numerous requests to translate the Iceberg into other languages, Alex and I began working with key contacts in several countries.
ADHD Iceberg Translations
In addition to our English version, the Iceberg has been translated into eight different foreign languages: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Vietnamese, Japanese, Greek, and Korean (coming soon). As our gift to you, you may download any of these Icebergs free of charge. If you share with others, please share the credit with the individual translator, Alex and me.
Translators: A special thank you to each of the professionals who volunteered to translate the Icebergs. I love that each Iceberg format is unique! Keep in mind that some English words are difficult to translate, so if the wording on the Iceberg is unclear or confusing, discuss the issue with a local professional.
Spanish: Jose Carlos Marin, Elena Díaz de Guereñu, M.D., Anna lopez Y Campoy, (President): TDAHSpain; Vitoria-Gasteiz, Pais Vasco, Spain; Sabadell, Spain
French (Canada): Marie-France Maisonneuve, Special Education Teacher; Quebec
French (France): Herve Caci, MD, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, specializing in ADHD, TDAH-PACA; Nice, France
Portuguese: Catarina Amara, Child & adolescent psychiatry trainee and Andre Carvalho, ADHD Portugal, SPDA
Vietnamese: Duong Khoa, MD; Ho Chi Minh City; (connected with Dr. Khoa on FB within 24 hours thanks to Kevin Roberts, via his friend Andrew Doan, MD)
Arabic: Dr. Huda Saaban, Ed. Psych, Accredited coach, Kuwait City
Greek: Christina Georgiadou, President ADHD Hellas, Secretary ADHD Europe, Athens, Greece
Japanese: Yuri Tachi, a classroom teacher of children with special needs and a family friend, Yokohama.
Korean: Coming soon