Our Patrons

Rory Bremner

Impressionist

Rory Bremner has been brightening up our screens for over 25 years with his unique brand of comedy and satire. He is widely rated as the sharpest impressionist in Britain. Rory was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult in 2011 after seeing similarities when his young nephew was diagnosed in 2011. He became a Patron of the ADHD Foundation in 2013.

Simon Weston OBE

Former Soldier

In 1982 Simon Weston was aboard the Sir Galahad when it was destroyed at Bluff Cove in the number of highly successful ventures. He remains a tireless worker for the charity and his charitable work earned him an OBE in the 1992 Queens Birthday Honours.

Jonathan Drane

Commonwealth Medallist

Commonwealth medallist, judo champion and paralympic hopeful, Jonathan Drane, has become a patron of the ADHD Foundation. The visually impaired athlete was diagnosed with the condition when he was fifteen, so had no additional support for most of his school career. As a result, he was often excluded in lessons and wracked with feelings of self doubt and anxiety.

Diane Louise Jordan

TV and Radio Presenter

TV and radio presenter Diane Louise Jordan is a well-known and much loved public figure who is often referred to as a “presenter across boundaries” in recognition of how comfortably and naturally she relates to people from all walks of life. Diane is currently an Ambassador of Action For Children (formally NCH) and Family Futures and Patron for the ADHD Foundation.