Having ADHD can be a real challenge – especially during your school years. Sometimes learning how to manage your ADHD traits can be tricky.
We run children’s and young people’s skill building training to help with this. Sometimes even developing our learning skills is not enough, so sometimes young people need to manage emotions and feelings too, further down this page is a list of guides that may be helpful.
Lenny and Lily in Lockdown and Lenny and Lily Return to School will help children make sense of their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic, communicate their feelings and prepare for more change as they go back to the classroom. As the stories are told in pictures alone, it is not necessary for children to be able to read words to enjoy them. This means they are appropriate for pupils in both mainstream and special education settings.
Both stories are structured around the 5 Losses and 5 Levers of the Recovery Curriculum – www.recoverycurriculum.org
Supporting text at the end of each story gives teaching staff and parents guidance on how to use the stories with children.
Both stories are available to download for free in time for the start of the new term from: www.booksbeyondwords.co.uk/lenny-and-lily-childrens-stories.
- A Mysterious Brain Adventure Animation
- About ADHD: A guide for young people
- Addicted To Games
- ADHDF Counselling
- Bill of Rights For Children with ADHD
- Conflict Resolution
- Cool Down At Christmas
- Coping With Feeling Angry
- Coping With Reading Difficulties
- Good Sleep Checklist
- Help & Advice
- House Rules
- How Can You Cope With Anger
- How Do You After Being Angry
- Kooth Online Services
- OCD Youth
- Optical Illusions
- Playground Buddies
- Psychology Puzzles
- Regular Sleep Routine
- Self Awareness Clips
- Sleep Diary Template
- Stories That Never Stand Still
- Stress Management
- Support for Neurodiverse Young People: Inclusion and the Education Inspection Framework
- The Adventures of the Umbrella Gang #1
- Tourettes Syndrome Support
- Understanding ADHD Animation
- What Is ADHD Animation
- What’s Fair?
- What’s It Like To Have ADHD
- Young Minds: ADHD
- Young Persons Advisory Service