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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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Umbrella Project 2021

For information on the Umbrella Project 2021, please download the PDF below. Umbrella-Project 2021 - Information for Businesses, Schools and SponsorsDownload

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Neurodiversity Umbrella Ball 2019

Following our 2019 National Neurodiversity and Mental Health Conference, with inspiration from the many Umbrella Project art installations seen this year, we are delighted to announce the... Neurodiversity Umbrella Ball...

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When Parent and Teacher Reports Disagree on ADHD: A New Perspective

The reporting of significant problems at home with minimal or no difficulties reported by teachers and vice versa is a familiar situation for clinicians and can present a dilemma when...

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Vacancies

We have amended our Vacancies page with four new posts. For further information, please visit our new Vacancies page.

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Alternative interventions for ADHD: Evidence matters and clear evaluation is needed for every patient, regardless of treatment choice

For the concerned parent of a child who may have ADHD – or an individual themselves – there can seem to be a confusing array of treatments on offer. After...

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Why swift identification and treatment of ADHD makes sense

Early identification of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) means that the right support and treatment can be provided and start to have a positive effect. ADHD affects children and adults...

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