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Dr Ned Hallowell to Speak at ADHD Foundation FREE Event

The ADHD Foundation is delighted to be hosting a FREE webinar with New York Times bestselling author, Dr Ned Hallowell, to celebrate the launch of his new book ADHD 2.0:...

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School students call for mental health education in the classroom

A new report published by the Anna Freud Centre today finds that 93% of over 3,000 young people surveyed in the UK want mental health to be brought into the...

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Double Award Success for ‘ADHD-Friendly’ Whitefield Primary School

During Neurodiversity Celebration Week (15-21st March), Whitefield Primary School has become the first school in Liverpool to be awarded ‘ADHD-friendly’ status by national neurodiversity charity, the ADHD Foundation. Based in...

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2021

What is Neurodiversity? Neurodiversity encompasses a wide range of neurological differences. Although considered to be a relatively new term, it is thought to have been coined by autism activist Judy...

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Event: Understanding my child’s ADHD brain

Join us for this informative online session for parents and carers of children with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of ADHD. The ADHD Foundation invites parents and carers to explore...

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Orrets Meadow School has been awarded ‘ADHD Friendly’ school status

Orrets Meadow School has been awarded the prestigious ‘ADHD Friendly School’ award by the ADHD Foundation, for their work with children with ADHD in the last academic year.Based in Moreton,...

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New Event: Understanding ADHD and the Brain

ADHD Foundation are proud to launch informative online sessions for parents and carers of children with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of ADHD. This event will give you the opportunity...

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Research opportunity for neurodiverse sports fans

Are you living with a neurodiverse condition, and a keen sports fan? Level Playing Field and NatCen Research are looking to connect with neurodiverse sports fans to understand their experiences...

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A Gear That Just Won’t Turn: What ADHD Is Like for Me

In a difficult year for everyone, there have been some positives to come out of lockdown. Meet 9-year-old William Atkinson, who wrote a book during the first lockdown in March...

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Launch of The Treehouse Centre, Scotland

Congratulations to Cherrylynne Shepard and the whole staff team from Borrowfield School in Montrose on the opening of the Treehouse Centre, a resource base for children with additional needs. The...

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