ADHD Richmond & Kingston is a community support group founded in 2002 operating from the Boroughs of Richmond upon Thames and Kingston upon Thames in England.
To continue with and improve upon our mission, ADHD Richmond and Kingston was registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) in March 2020. Our charity number is 1188759.
Supporting parents, carers and professionals working with children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (“ADHD”) through:
- knowledge (providing information, knowledge and practical support to parents, carers and professionals)
- advocacy (raising awareness of ADHD amongst general public, local schools, local healthcare groups, local community and at national government level)
- empowerment (empowering those with ADHD and their families through provision of knowledge and practical support)
ADHD Richmond and Kingston is very grateful to all our funders who have been supporting the charity’s work and projects as we continue to grow.
What people say about us –
“Absolutely invaluable for my son and myself post diagnosis. I felt supported and listened to when I made contact. The 123 Magic course transformed my relationship with my son.
“You really have no idea how much your seminars have helped my family 🙂 I am so grateful for the work you do. Your resources give me nothing but strength to finally be able to provide what I know my son has needed for so long. He was only diagnosed recently at 13 and has suffered emotionally for so long.”
“Provides information on ADHD that isn’t available elsewhere. The talks are extremely informative and provide a valuable support network.”
“Best source of impartial quality information in the whole of the UK for ADHD”
“Vital resource to refer families to and for them to have easy access to information and training“
“Covers a real gap in service provision in relation to accessing pre and post diagnostic support”
“You provide specialist, dedicated advice on a wide range of issues, connect parents with one another so they don’t feel alone on their journey”
“Local experts for ADHD”