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 … Continue reading Self-care and wellbeing
George Sharpe, a reporter from Dorset, is walking 104 miles to personally deliver a petition to the Government to fund more services that will help to identify ADHD earlier, bring diagnosis waiting times down and give more support to people with ADHD. The current average wait time to get a diagnosis for ADHD in England … Continue reading One man’s petition to improve ADHD services
We are a small charity and so if we as a community can work together, we can build a stronger organisation which can increase our offering. There are many ways in which you and your children can support us. Below we have set out some ideas of what you or your children can do for … Continue reading Supporting the ADHD R&K Community
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There’s no one set of rules for screentime that are right for every family. Only you can judge how much screen time is suitable for your family and you mustn’t let other peoples rules dictate your own. Use rules as a means to reduce arguments and upset – if everyone knows what the expectations are … Continue reading Screentime rules and internet safety
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.