For Conference Delegates

With our Neurodiversity and Mental Health Conference taking place next week, the ADHD Foundation wish to ensure you have the best conference experience possible. In this post, you will find... [Read More]

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... [Read More]

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2019

What is Neurodiversity? Neurodiversity encompasses a wide range of neurological differences. Although considered to be a relatively new term, it is thought to have been coined by autism activist Judy... [Read More]

ADHD Patient Service Consensus Statement April 2019

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Corporate & Business Sponsorship- Umbrella Project 2019

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Umbrella Project 2019

The Umbrella Project 2019 celebrates the gifts, talents and employability of those who are neurodiverse. The Umbrella Project is part of a wider education project to celebrate neurodiversity, raise awareness... [Read More]

Conference 2018 Presentations

We thank all of our delegates for joining us at this year's national ADHD conference. To access the slides of our speaker's presentations, please click here to view and download them in PDF... [Read More]

Umbrella Project 2018: School Participation

The Umbrella Project 2018 will consist of three public art installations of brightly coloured umbrellas in three locations: Church Alley, Church Street Liverpool City Centre, BBC Studios Media City Salford... [Read More]

The Social and Economic Impact of ADHD

At a time when mental health services are under the spotlight, the aim of this Demos report is to shine a light on the socioeconomic impact of undiagnosed and untreated... [Read More]

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... [Read More]