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        Published - March 24, 2022

        Activities to support executive function in the classroom

        By Sam Asher, Early Years' Service The phrase “Executive Function” refers to a set of skills that support a person’s...

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        Published - March 22, 2022

        Why talk about females and ADHD?

        Prof Amanda Kirby CEO of Do-It Profiler, GP & Chair of the ADHD Foundation I am very interested in this...

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        Published - March 15, 2022

        Ten Facts About Tourette’s

        1 out of 100 school aged children have diagnosable TS. As with other neurological conditions, TS is more prevalent in...

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        Published - March 15, 2022

        Disinhibition in Tourette’s Syndrome

        by Lisa Rudge, Director of Parent Services Tourette’s Syndrome is a complex neurological condition, characterised by involuntary movements and vocalisations...

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        Published - March 15, 2022

        Tourette’s Syndrome/Tics: Quickfire Facts

        by Lisa Rudge, Director of Parent Services Types of Motor TicsClonic Tics - these motor tics will be quick and...

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        Published - March 14, 2022

        Understanding ADHD in the Early Years

        By Emma Weaver, Director of Early Years' Service ADHD sits under the umbrella of neurodevelopmental conditions. Other conditions within this...

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        Published - March 10, 2022

        Ten Tips to Support Your Teenager with ADHD

        By Colin Foley, Director of Training Support their independenceThis might be tricky, especially if you have been used to providing...

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