Are you over 16, with/without ADHD, and want to contribute to research about the link between eating behaviours and ADHD? Your contribution would be truly valuable! By completing this anonymous online survey you will be helping this research team to better understand the relationship between ADHD and disordered eating, characteristics, which may lead to prevention … Continue reading Join in valuable research into eating behaviours and ADHD.
Things to consider to help support a child who is relative with ADHD and their parents. Learning more about ADHD – If you are keen to learn more about ADHD and some of the topics that we cover, please sign up for our fortnightly newsletter. Our newsletter aims to cover topics relevant to families and … Continue reading Practical tips for grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins supporting a relative with ADHD
Having a few simple facts to hand when explaining ADHD can be very useful. Here are a few to help you in those conversations. ADHD is real – ADHD is a scientifically proven and established biological condition affecting the brain. It does not have anything to do with bad parenting or naughty children. Research and imaging has … Continue reading Key facts about ADHD
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