NEWS

ADHD / ADD and Girls

Last summer, 34 families across the North East of England, UK, participated in a study looking at the factors that make young people with ADHD at risk of getting into trouble with the police. This newsletter tells you what we've found out so far, and what it might mean for young people with ADHD.

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Stanford University: Survey

The Wall Lab at Stanford University are launching a crowdsourced research study to validation a new machine learning classification system to distinguish between autism, ADHD, and other neuropsychiatric/developmental disorders. We need parents of children between 2-17 to complete a 15-question online survey about their child's day-to-day behavior.

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Calling for children with ADHD between 8-16 years

We are starting a new research project at UCL Institute of Education focusing on the development of motor abilities and navigation.

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School Doctor

The website contains information that will help bridge the gap between schools, families and Neurodevelopmental specialist services.

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Mood mAPPer Participant Recruitment

We are inviting teenagers aged between 12-18 years who struggle with concentrating, impulsivity or sitting still to help us study how young people's moods go up and down in everyday life using a new app.

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Advertise on our Website

Do you run a support group that you would like to advertise on our website?

Please contact info@adhdfoundation.org.uk telling us about your group and send a logo if you have one.

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ADHD Foundation Supports Innovation & Research

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“Infant scientists wanted for ADHD and autism study!

We are looking for families who have a child diagnosed with ADHD and/or autism and a baby 10 months or under to join our study.

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Inspire others with your story!

Are you an adult who has an inspiring story about how you overcame the challenges of growing up with ADHD? Do you want to inspire young people with your account of how you achieved your goals?

Email your story - preferably with photographs...

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Email your story

Are you a young person or a parent who has a story to tell about an outstanding achievement? Help us spread the news about the achievements of young people with ADHD or your support group'.

Email your story - preferably with photographs...

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