ADHD Richmond & Kingston

Returning to school: Advice for parents of children with ADHD

Many children will be looking forward to returning to school and seeing friends and a return to a familiar routine will be welcomed by many. However, even our most confident children may feel nerves and anxieties creeping in as the date gets closer. For some children who may have settled into being at home and home schooling or perhaps …

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Rebecca Clarke

Announcing the appointment of our new Operations Manager

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Rebecca Clake as our new Operations Manager to lead our day to day operational activities. Rebecca is taking over from Clair Sullivan, who has moved into the role of IT Manager, where she is leading our IT platform build to support the growth of our activities.   …

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Holiday activities

There’s plenty to do, both for children and as a family. We live in an area of outstanding beauty, surrounded by wonderful parks, rivers and gardens. So, how about planning to get some fresh air by having a walk along the Thames to see the beautiful winter colours or feed some birds at Twickenham riverside. …

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Self-care and wellbeing

At ADHD Richmond and Kingston, we take our self-care and wellbeing seriously. To support our families and members we need to stay well and strong. Here are some of the ways our board of trustees have been keeping mentally and physically healthy. Here is our Chair, Annette, taking her lovely dog Bonnie for a walk …

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Free virtual SEN conference: ‘Positive minds, positive behaviour’.

Witherslack Group are hosting a free virtual SEN conference on 26th November at 10am entitled ‘Supporting you and your child: Positive Minds, Positive Behaviour’ aimed at helping you understand, support and manage your child’s behaviour, as well as tips on promoting positive behaviour. The conference will help you understand, support and manage your child’s behaviour, …

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‘Things I Need’ project by and for Kingston residents

EnhanceAble, a Kingston-based charity which supports people with disabilities, is running the ‘Things I Need’ project through the winter months. They will be collecting donations from local businesses and individuals such as second-hand clothes, toys and household items and redistributing them to local people in need. The only criteria for referrals is that they live …

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