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
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The International ADHD Online Conference is set to feature talks from three leading experts in the field of ADHD. Hosted by ADHD Ireland, organisers will be delivering a full-day conference exploring the topic “ADHD explained”. Bringing you three expert speakers covering ADHD throughout all years, from early years from 0-7 years and then exploring school … Continue reading International ADHD Online Conference taking place mid-June 2020
Kings College via FutureLearn and the Independent Provider of Special Education Advice (IPSEA) will be rolling out virtual courses and training sessions this month for parents who are interested to learn the latest ADHD research and law around special educational needs. Explore the following links by FutureLearn and IPSEA to see whether they are of … Continue reading Learn the latest research and laws with FutureLearn and IPSEA