Useful material from previous talks and seminars
You can find slides and documents from previous talks here.
Thursday 3rd September 2020 – Emma Weaver
Parents webinar: How to support your child with ADHD returning to school
Thursday 09th June 2020 – Noël Janis-Norton
Calmer, Easier, Happier Teens and Preteens: Raising responsible, respectful, and confident adolescents.
Tuesday 16th June 2020 – Dr Alex Doig
Teens and ADHD: which is which?
Thursday 4th June 2020 – Colin Foley
Classroom support for secondary school young people with ADHD
Tuesday 19th May 2020 – Tamsin Owen & Gemma Armstrong
Managing the anxiety of children and young people during the lockdown and beyond
Tuesday 21st April 2020 – Hully Wolderufael
Problematic Social Media and Gaming
Thursday 16th April 2020 – ADHD Richmond & Kingston AGM
Thursday 2nd April 2020 – Charlotte O’Reilly
‘Building a sensory rich life at home during the lockdown’
Tuesday 21st January 2020 -Amanda Ferguson
‘One family’s experience with ADHD – 10 years of what worked and what not’
Amanda’s summary notes
Thursday 20th January 2020 – Jonathan Rourke
‘Transistion to secondary school’.
Thursday 5th December 2019 – Joy Marchese and Aerian Gray
‘Surviving the holidays with positive discipline’
Thursday 7th November 2019 – Charlotte O’Reilly
“Managing sensory overloads & OT”
Tuesday 29th October 2019 – Eva Akins
‘Navigating School with ADHD’
Thursday 12th Septmeber 2019 – Prof. Peter Hill
‘ADHD and Medications’ with Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Professor Peter Hill.
4th July Dr Maite Ferrin, Consultant Psychiatrist, Re: Cognition Health Clinic, London – “ADHD Awareness, Mechanisms and Treatments: Advances and Challenges”
Tuesday 6th June – Karen Lowry
Achieving for Children Info/SEND Local Offer Website Manager ‘Overview of the services on offer for primary and secondary school children and those out of school‘ Slides
Tuesday 23rd April – Dr Nicola Reynolds, Principal Clinical Psychologist / Clinical Lead for Integrated Children’s Services at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust in SE London on ‘Digital Interventions for ADHD and general questions‘.
Tuesday 19th March – Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke
‘Non-Pharmaceutical treatments for ADHD: Do they work?
Thursday 7th March – Claire Jackson and Juanita Lendon
‘Access in Mind Training – Supporting Young People with ADHD to manage exams and assessment’
Tuesday 26th February – Sally Russell OBE
‘Pathological Demand Avoidance as a comorbidity of ADHD’.
Thursday 7th February – Fintan O’Regan
‘No two children are the same……and neither are their parents – Family dynamics and ADHD’