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        Published - July 27, 2022

        Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm Highlights

        See below for highlights and pictures from this year's conference at St. George's Hall, in collaboration with Lexxic and Do-It...

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        Published - July 22, 2022

        Virtual 3D Umbrella Gallery

        Enjoy a virtual 3D exhibition of original poetry on Neurodiversity, visual art on self-identity and photographic images of the Umbrella...

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        Published - July 20, 2022

        We Are Beautifully Unique

        Celebrating Neurodiversity at other locations in Stoke-on-Trent City Centre City Centre Peace Garden  Marsh StreetWe Are Beautifully Unique – Word...

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        Published - June 23, 2022

        Words Not Walls x Umbrella Project

        Celebrating Neurodiversity at other locations in Stoke-on-Trent City Centre… The Potteries Centre on 2 shopfronts until end of July 2022...

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        Published - June 23, 2022

        Umbrella Project in Stoke-on-Trent

        The Stoke-On-Trent Trent City Centre BID in partnership with the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity and many local businesses are bringing...

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        Published - June 13, 2022

        Umbrell [AR] Augmented Reality App

        UMBRELL [AR] is a newly developed App which consists of Augmented Reality animated characters, co-created by YMCA’s Creative Youth Mind...

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        Published - June 8, 2022

        Talking Tourette’s

        Lisa Rudge from the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity and Dr Seonaid Anderson from Neuro-Diverse came together to discuss Tourette's Syndrome,...

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        Published - May 30, 2022

        Information Booklets

        In collaboration with Takeda, the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity has produced a set of ADHD information booklets. These are aimed...

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        Published - May 30, 2022

        Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm

        We are delighted to announce ‘Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm’ – A Conference for Professionals on June 24th 2022. Internationally-renowned leaders in industry...

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        Published - April 7, 2022

        ADHD Best Practice at Work (Monday 16th May)

        Samantha Hiew (PhD), the director of ADHD Girls, is hosting a half-day virtual conference on Monday 16the May from 8:45am...

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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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        Published - January 17, 2022

        Did you know that schools and parents can apply for Pupil Premium?

        In light of growing financial pressure on schools, we’ve been made aware of several schools who have realised they could...

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        Published - December 3, 2021

        NeurodiverCity Training Academy Launch

        The UK’s first fashion and making hub launches for neurodiverse students and children in care during ADHD Awareness Month (educatemagazine.com)...

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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 - October 25, 2021

        A call to action

        Are you concerned about the waiting times to get an assessment and diagnosis for ADHD? Will you help us to...

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        Published - September 13, 2021

        ‘Slant’ won’t work for SEND students, so what does?

        Dr Tony Lloyd criticises the latest zero tolerance behaviour initiative SLANT as unrealistic & harmful to the 1 in 5...

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