Change can be an unsettling time for children with ADHD and they may find it challenging to express how they are feeling. In our recent webinar with Emma Weaver of the ADHD Foundation titled ‘Supporting your child’s reurn to school’, Emma shared some great techniques to help calm and regulate children and ways to open … Continue reading Supporting your child through change
Lockdown has been a very difficult time for a lot of people, and nationally we are seeing that young people with ASD and ADHD are often struggling more than their peers. The lack of routine, not being able to go out, missing out on school supports and arguments at home all seem to be contributing … Continue reading The impact of lockdown – A message from our colleagues at CAMHS
With the summer holidays quickly approaching, the end of school and social distancing measures still in place, families of young people with ADHD might find it difficult to keep children occupied with a variety of activities. However, we’re thrilled to say that there are many accessibility options available which can be carried out either indoors … Continue reading Summer 2020: ADHD friendly activities for the whole family
Email from Richmond Parent Carer Forum – 2 July 2020 Dear Voluntary Sector Partners, Please could you share this email with your mailing list. 1,494 EHCPs were recently audited as part of the LGSCO’s (The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman) recommendations in his report dated 18th October 2019. The audit considered information from 1st April … Continue reading Richmond Parent Carer Forum – Post Audit Survey
We are delighted to announce that we are collaborating with Richmond Healthwatch, an independent champion for healthcare and social services, who would like to hear your experiences of these services, especially during lockdown, via a Zoom focal group call. Your views and experiences could help shape the way such services are delivered so we would encourage you to participate. … Continue reading Healthwatch Richmond wants to hear from you!