Slides from our recent talk ‘Managing Sensory Overloads’.


Hello everyone, We’re pleased to let you know we now have the slides from our recent talk ‘Managing Sensory Overloads and OT’ with Charlotte O’Reilly. You can find the slides here along with other material from previous talks. Upcoming talks include: Tuesday 19th November 11am The Role of Educational Psychologists in ADHD Thursday 5th December … Continue reading Slides from our recent talk ‘Managing Sensory Overloads’.

Research Project – How children with ADHD use mental imagery


Here at ADHD Richmond & Kingston we are often contacted by researchers looking for participants for their research programs. Here’s one of the latest. How children with ADHD use mental imagery led by Kathryn Bates  Research is investigating how mental imagery, or seeing with the mind’s eye, develops and how this relates to attention, memory … Continue reading Research Project – How children with ADHD use mental imagery

Slides from our recent talk ‘Navigating School with ADHD’ with Eva Akins


Hello everyone, We’re pleased to let you know we now have the slides from our recent talk ‘Navigating School with Adhd’ with specialist SEN lawyer Eva Akins. You can find the slides here along with other material from previous talks. Upcoming talks include: Thursday 7th November 7pm Managing Sensory Overloads and OT with Charlotte O’Reilly … Continue reading Slides from our recent talk ‘Navigating School with ADHD’ with Eva Akins

Research project – Effectiveness of new drug and non-drug treatment trials


Please find details of a research project Effectiveness of new drug and non-drug treatment trials at King’s College London Children with ADHD (aged between 10-18-years) are being recruited Two studies will be run to investigate the effectiveness of new treatments for ADHD.  The findings from this research will hopefully further the development of ADHD treatments Travel expenses and remuneration … Continue reading Research project – Effectiveness of new drug and non-drug treatment trials

Research project – Better understanding the early development of motor ability in children with ADHD


Please find details of the latest research project: Better understanding the early development of motor ability in children with ADHD Recruiting parents/caregivers of children aged 8-16 years with a diagnosis of ADHD University of Surrey is aiming to better understand the early development of motor ability in children with ADHD by finding out whether the motor difficulties … Continue reading Research project – Better understanding the early development of motor ability in children with ADHD

Research project – Childrens to Adults Healthcare Transition


Please find details about the latest research project. The transition from children’s to adult’s health care services for young adults led by Lucie Ollis Participants ages 18 – 25 years old with a neurodevelopmental condition (ADHD, Autism and/or Learning Disability) Time needed from participants – 1 hour conversation To register an interest to participate please email research@yourhealthcare.org  or … Continue reading Research project – Childrens to Adults Healthcare Transition

We would love to see you at this weeks seminar on Thurs 4th July 2019 at Heatham House from 7pm – 9pm. Dr Maite Ferrin, Consultant Psychiatrist will be speaking on “ADHD Awareness, Mechanisms, and Treatments: Advances and Challenges”


Dr Maite Ferrin is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD/ASD and co-morbid conditions. She is also Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Brain and Behaviour Laboratory, at the University of Southampton. Additionally, Dr Ferrin has published more than 40 international peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the field of child psychiatry.  Our … Continue reading We would love to see you at this weeks seminar on Thurs 4th July 2019 at Heatham House from 7pm – 9pm. Dr Maite Ferrin, Consultant Psychiatrist will be speaking on “ADHD Awareness, Mechanisms, and Treatments: Advances and Challenges”

ADHD and Girls – want to know more? Come to our daytime seminar and coffee morning this Tuesday 18th June, 11am – 1pm at Heatham House, Twickenham.


Dr Ashok Roy, Chair of the Royal Society of Psychiatrists will share the latest research on ADHD and Girls together with his personal experience of working in this field. If you are the parent or carer of a girl with ADHD this is a vital opportunity to find out how you can understand her and best … Continue reading ADHD and Girls – want to know more? Come to our daytime seminar and coffee morning this Tuesday 18th June, 11am – 1pm at Heatham House, Twickenham.

We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at Heatham House at 7pm for an interactive session with Karen Lowry of Achieving for Children.


Karen will give an overview of the services on offer for Primary and Secondary school children and those out of school. There will be an opportunity for carers and parents to ask questions. Our Seminars are FREE but contributions to our running costs are requested. Please note there is no parking available during the day … Continue reading We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at Heatham House at 7pm for an interactive session with Karen Lowry of Achieving for Children.

Date for your dairy – Networking Coffee Morning and Daytime Seminar – 11am to 1pm Tuesday 18th June at Heatham House Twickenham


Dr Ashok Roy, Chair of the Royal Society of Psychiatrists will be speaking on “ADHD & Girls”. If you are the parent or carer of a girl with ADHD this is a vital opportunity to find out how you can understand her and best give her your support. The seminar will be followed by a networking … Continue reading Date for your dairy – Networking Coffee Morning and Daytime Seminar – 11am to 1pm Tuesday 18th June at Heatham House Twickenham

Reminder Evening Seminar – 7pm Thursday 6th June at Heatham House, Twickenham. Karen Lowry of Achieving for Children, will present an “Overview of the services on offer for primary and secondary school children and those out of school”


Come and join us at our next evening seminar, when Karen Lowry, Achieving for Children Info/SEND Local Offer Website Manager will be providing an informative and comprehensive view of  support services available to primary and secondary school children and those out of school. Following the seminar there will be an opportunity to network.  

Date for your diary – 7pm Thursday 6th June at Heatham House, Twickenham. Karen Lowry, from Achieving for Children, will present an “Overview of the services on offer for primary and secondary school children and those out of school”


Come and join us at our next evening seminar, when Karen Lowry, Achieving for Children Info/SEND Local Offer Website Manager will be providing an informative and comprehensive view of  support services available to primary and secondary school children and those out of school. Following the seminar there will be an opportunity to network.  

Reminder: Tuesday daytime talk and coffee morning – 19th March 2019 11am – 1pm


Please join us for our talk on “Non pharmacological treatments for ADHD: Do they work? hosted by Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke from the Institute of  Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Kings College London.  Following the talk there will be an opportunity to ask questions and discuss related topics over a cup of tea or coffee. Venue: Heatham … Continue reading Reminder: Tuesday daytime talk and coffee morning – 19th March 2019 11am – 1pm

Me too & Co invites you to a LOCAL INFORMATION MORNING for parents and cares of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities on Friday 8 March 2019 10am – 12pm


Come and find out about services available to families who have children with additional needs and disabilities in south-west London. Location: Me too & Co’s : The Crossway Centre, Richmond Road, Twickenham TW1 2PD. See ADHD Richmond and KingstoN news and events for more details.

ADHD Richmond and Kingston. Thursday Evening Talk – Thursday 7 March 2019 7pm – 9pm. “Supporting Young People with ADHD to manage exams and assessments” Presented by Claire Jackson & Juanita Lendon


Claire and Juanita are qualified teachers, with more than 20 years experience each, of supporting young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Their mission is to raise awareness and promote understanding of the difficulties experienced by people with SEND and mental health conditions. Venue: Heatham House, Twickenham, TW1 1BH Please note there is … Continue reading ADHD Richmond and Kingston. Thursday Evening Talk – Thursday 7 March 2019 7pm – 9pm. “Supporting Young People with ADHD to manage exams and assessments” Presented by Claire Jackson & Juanita Lendon

Me too & Co osteopathy clinic every Tuesday afternoon


The Me too & Co osteopathy clinic is now happening every Tuesday afternoon at The CrossWay Centre, 306 Richmond Road, East Twickenham, TW1 2PD. This is a wonderful facility as osteopathy can benefit a variety of areas – anxiety, stress, sensory overload, digestion and gut issues, etc. Places are usually available 2-3 weeks ahead. If … Continue reading Me too & Co osteopathy clinic every Tuesday afternoon