Supporting parents/carers of children with ADHD


A voluntary, independent, non-funded, support group for this neuro-developmental condition & all its comorbidities

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May 24 eve talk

May 24: ADHD Richmond welcomes back Dr Steer. She trains our teachers, practitioners, social work teams etc … to understand ADHD. Whatever comorbidities your child has, come and meet her & discuss. Her colleague, Dr Basu, has many years experience working in the field of child and adolecent mental health. In addition to her direct work with families she also provides consultations to schools.
Book now by email: Any donations are welcome

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postdiagnosissupport-page-001June 1: We’re receiving excellent feedback from those who have done this session so far: “Really useful” “Fantastic support”.  Your comments are vital so we can continue to build our case for this type pf support to be ongoing for all future parents who receive a diagnosis in Richmond and Kingston.

Come and get some great advice from an ADHD Richmond & @NHS England post-diagnosis session for parents/carers. If your child has recently had a diagnosis you will benefit greatly from attending one of these meetings. These post-diagnosis information sessions are open to‏ Richmond AND Kingston parents  Our ADHD advisor, Val Ivens, runs them. Book your FREE place via

Anyone wishing to donate should visit:



June 3: ADHD Richmond Play/Meet-Up. Our next monthly Saturday morning session is from 1000-1200. Meet others with ADHD at the adventure playground in Marble Hill Park.
This is a SEN specific session and is FREE of charge.
Please email our Steering Group member, Jenny Cooper: to let her know you’ll be going


June 6 2017 daytime talk

June 6:  Dr Bozhena Zoritch, with 32 years as a paediatrician in the UK, is a staunch advocate of the psycho-social aspects of chronic disorders. No other condition has been as intriguing and rewarding for her as ADHD.

Although this Talk is FREE you may donate at our Just Giving site

You MUST book to reserve a seat –  Email:


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June 8 starts: ADHD Richmond & AfC invite parents/carers across Richmond & Kingston to the FREE 123 Magic parenting programme.  These sessions are a must for everyone with a child who has ADHD


Richmond Carers

June 15: FREE conference and workshops for carers (that’s you) – Richmond Carers Centre is delighted to announce an event that will bring together carers and organisations from across Richmond Borough. It takes place during National Carers Week and is an opportunity for carers to find out about local organisations that provide services for carers and to participate in activities that promote health and wellbeing. Read this Carers_Conference_Invite_2017.pd



June 15 + other dates: SFV is holding a series of Informal Open Meetings for parents to meet other parents and to answer your questions and facilitate open discussion on what is important to you.

Thursday 15th June – 10.30am to 12.30pm Express CIC, 452 Ewell Road, Surbiton, KT6 7EL

Friday 16th June – 10.30am to 12noon MeToo&Co*, Crossways, St. Stephen’s, Twickenham, TW1 2PD   A crèche is available.  Please contact Tel: 07946 646033 or e-mail:  to book

Thursday 22nd June – 7pm to 9pm The Strada, Griffin Centre, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JT

Thursday 29th June – 7pm to 9pm The Petersham Hotel, Nightingale Lane, Richmond, TW10 6UZ


June 21: ADHD Richmond Talk – ADHD Assessments. Our two local commissioners want to hear your views on the process to diagnosis.

Although this Talk is FREE you may donate at our Just Giving site

You MUST book to reserve a seat –  Email:


Connections in Miond

June 22: Our friends at Connections in Mind have their first conference. They have some great speakers including Peg Dawson and Laurie Faith from Toronto University who have been doing some really interesting work taking Executive Functioning knowledge into schools and teaching children about them at both primary and secondary age


Role models

July 24 starts: Role Models offer Summer Camps for ages 6-12 with mild-moderate special needs in Richmond. Contact  Hugo Shephard, 020 3637 7107  m: 07825 598344


SenTalk Conf July 26

July 26: ADHD Richmond’s Alastair Yates is one of the speakers at this SenTalk Conference


TALKS - daytime

These are the daytime and evening Talks we have arranged for you in 2017. Anyone wishing to donate should visit:

You MUST book for each event –  Email:

Please  print/email/deliver this flyer to your GP surgery, hospital, library, school etc.

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