Our #ADHD Newsletter for 10 June wk is out incl. our Men Only Night; Kids Club; Sleep Talk; @RichmondCarers Wellbeing Day; #Behaviour workshop; @IPSEA training; @RISE_Richmond canoeing

Our #ADHD Newsletter for 10 June wk is out incl. our Men Only Night; Kids Club; Sleep Talk; @RichmondCarers Wellbeing Day; #Behaviour workshop; @IPSEA training; @RISE_Richmond canoeing

Hello and what a historic week it was. A Prime Minister, for the first time, answered a question about ADHD (watch the video below).
Here’s our offering of upcoming, useful ADHD events …

June 11: please book for the 3:45 – 4.45 Club session for all children 6+ yrs old.

11 – 14 yr olds can then stay on for the inclusive activities until 7pm

e: communications@adhdrichmond.org


12 June: Dr Agnew-Blais is the author of a Research Paper on sleep which states:

  • Children with ADHD had poorer sleep quality in young adulthood, but only if their ADHD persisted
  • ADHD and sleep problems in young adulthood were associated because of genetic  and nonshared environmental influences
  • Should ADHD remit, children with ADHD do not appear to have an increased risk of later sleep problems
  • Good quality sleep is important for multiple areas of functioning
14 June: ADHD Richmond has a Stand at the Richmond Carers Wellbeing Day Invite 2018 day from 1000-1400. Please come by and say hello

June 14: this workshop is for parents & Carers of children aged 3-7 yrs


15 June:  09.30 – 2.30 This one day introductory level course aims to provide an overview of the law relating to children and young people with SEN. The course will provide information on the law, guidance, policy and practice but also aims to enable participants to see how the law can be applied to support parents and young people with SEN. £10 per person

20 June: our popular MEN ONLY NIGHT returns. Guys, this one is just for you! Come and be entertained by Fintan and ask him all those questions you have. Don’t believe in ADHD?- you will after hearing this Talk. Book your place for a great night out with the boys. Email: communications@adhdrichmond.org

21 June: Once your child has been given a diagnosis of ADHD you’ll need guidance, support and information. This FREE session is designed just for parents/carers, no children please. Book now via communications@adhdrichmond.org


24 July  – Aug 30 each Tuesday and ThursdayBook now for these first-ever ADHD specific canoe/kayak sessions via Liz Foster: 020 8831 6134 Open to all Boroughs



The Prime Minister answered ADHD PMQs by Jo Platt MP in Parliament (6 June 2018)

ADHD Richmond is a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on ADHD and is so proud to be a part of this energising campaign. We meet again on 11 July at Westminster.


Although our seminars are free, we suggest a donation (if you wish) or on the door

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