Our #ADHD weekly Newsletter is out incl. our 4 June Club for 6yrs+ & 12 June Talk on #Sleep

Our #ADHD weekly Newsletter is out incl. our 4 June Club for 6yrs+ & 12 June Talk on #Sleep

Hello. Your ADHD Richmond Management Commitee voted, on Tuesday,  to become an Unincorporated Association offering services for Richmond & Kingston residents with our Talks being open to all Boroughs. You are now a member of this Association.

The Management Committee has written a Constitution and Financial Rules which are available to read via email: communications@adhdrichmond.org

Read more about us here 


June 4:  We’ve made some changes to our new Monday Club. As from 4 June children from 6 yrs upwards are welcome (parents of those UNDER 11yrs MUST stay until 3.45pm)
If you have children between 11-14 yrs they can stay on after 3.45pm until 7pm for inclusive activities.
Please email now to book your child in for Monday 4 June. Thanks e: communications@adhdrichmond.org


June 4: Trouble with your teenager? These parenting courses will give you some tools to cope. They’re not ADHD specific but could be useful to you generally:

Whitton Youth Zone 0930-1130 Time out for teenagers Whitton YZ June 2018

King Charles Centre, Surbiton 1000-1200 Time out for teenagers KCC June 2018

Contact: Karen Williams, Parenting Officer, Achieving for Children Phone: 020 8547 6965 / 07771974388 Email: karen.williams@achievingforchildren.org.uk


7 June: 123 Magic Behaviour management 5 week FREE course begins. For parents and carers of children aged 2-12 yrs who are diagnosed with #ADHD and displaying challenging behaviour. ADHD Richmond attends the last session.
Book with Karen Williams: karen.williams@achievingforchildren.org.uk 020 8547 6965 or 07771 974388

June 8: Coffee & Chat for ADHD parents at Kingston Carers 1000-1200 and every 2nd Friday of the month. Just turn up and enjoy


12 June: Members have asked for this Talk because you find it’s one of the ADHD traits which is most difficult. Come and get some ideas on how to manage sleep. Book your seat/s now e: communications@adhdrichmond.org


Your ADHD Richmond Management Committee approved, on Tuesday, active participation of all members through a new Parent Patronage Panel
Members will be encouraged to consider and feed back their experiences of local services and may, from time to time, be asked to become involved in thinking groups with the local authority, or Achieving For Children, in order to improve and develop local services.
Your assistance may be called upon to help at external events as well as at our own activities.
We already have 10 members who are offering their support at various meetings and would like to extend this plan now to create a larger pool to tap into.
Your voluntary help means ADHD Richmond can expand and grow awareness of our children’s condition.
Please be a part of this new venture by emailing us now with any particulars/interest which may be useful for us. Thanks. e: communications@adhdrichmond.org

ADHD featured on BBC5Live on Monday with MichelleBeckett of ADHD Action. Listen from 09:50 in and again at 1:39:42 here

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