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        Published - November 17, 2021

        Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan talks about new perspectives on ADHD

        Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan (NHS England Associate National Clinical Director for Children and Young People) shares her thoughts on discovering new...

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        Published - November 15, 2021

        Neurodiversity in GCHQ

        Al, the Deputy Director of Pioneering Analysis at GCHQ, explains how his dyslexia helps him to think differently in this...

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        Published - August 5, 2021

        Free Training for Football Academies in West Yorkshire

        The ADHD Foundation: Neurodiversity Charity will be delivering a FREE webinar to football coaches, referees, clubs and academies across West...

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        Published - June 28, 2021

        Interview: Aidy Smith on Living with Tourette’s Syndrome

        Meet Aidy Smith. Aidy is an award winning TV presenter, speaker and journalist with a particular focus on drinks, lifestyle,...

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        Published - June 25, 2021

        ADHD Foundation’s Iconic Umbrella Project Returns to Liverpool for Summer

        200 multi-coloured umbrellas have been suspended high above Church Alley to raise awareness and understanding of ADHD and other neurodiverse...

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        Published - June 21, 2021

        UK’S Leading SEN Education Provider Commits to ADHD Friendly Schools

        Witherslack Group, the UK’s leading provider of specialist education and care has become the first to commit to making all...

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        Published - June 10, 2021

        National Parents & Carers Virtual Conference 2021

        We are partnering with Witherslack Group for an unmissable virtual conference covering a broad range of SEN support and advice....

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        Published - January 31, 2021

        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...

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        Published - January 14, 2021

        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...

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        Published - January 13, 2021

        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,...

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        Published - January 6, 2021

        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...

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        Published - September 7, 2019

        Neurodiversity Umbrella Ball 2019

        Following our 2019 National Neurodiversity and Mental Health Conference, with inspiration from the many Umbrella Project art installations seen this...

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        Published - January 29, 2018

        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...

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        Published - October 24, 2017

        Vacancies

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

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        Published - June 29, 2017

        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...

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