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!
Our friends at Lambeth ADHD support group let us know about this new research project. Please find information below about a new project for ADHD children being conducted by Dr Johnny Downs (Dept of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry) at Kings College London. Dr Downs is part of a team of clinicians, researchers and designers (including … Continue reading New research project to develop watch-type device to enable ID and treatment of ADHD
The Council for Disabled Children are looking for disabled young people and young people with special educational needs (SEN) aged 12-25 years old to be part of our young people’s advisory group, FLARE. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, we cannot meet up as group as usual for the time being. However, we are looking … Continue reading The Council for Disabled Children looking for young SEN people to be part of their advisory group, FLARE.
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
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or … Continue reading Research project – Childrens to Adults Healthcare Transition