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Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan talks about new perspectives on ADHD

Professor Prathiba Chitsabesan (NHS England Associate National Clinical Director for Children and Young People) shares her thoughts on discovering new perspectives in ADHD, and innovation in the NHS: https://www.ahsnnetwork.com/focus-adhd-discovering-new-perspectives-reframing-adhd-and-embracing-innovation

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Neurodiversity in GCHQ

Al, the Deputy Director of Pioneering Analysis at GCHQ, explains how his dyslexia helps him to think differently in this documentary with BBC World. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct16c8

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A call to action

Are you concerned about the waiting times to get an assessment and diagnosis for ADHD? Will you help us to do something about this? Click the link below to access...

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The Carmarthenshire Secondary Teaching and Learning Centre is the first secondary setting in Wales to be awarded ADHD Friendly school status

The Carmarthenshire Secondary Teaching and Learning Centre in Llanelli was the first secondary school in Wales to be awarded the prestigious ADHD Friendly School award by the ADHD Foundation for...

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‘Slant’ won’t work for SEND students, so what does?

Dr Tony Lloyd criticises the latest zero tolerance behaviour initiative SLANT as unrealistic & harmful to the 1 in 5 school children who are neurodivergent - in this TES article...

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Free Training for Football Academies in West Yorkshire

The ADHD Foundation: Neurodiversity Charity will be delivering a FREE webinar to football coaches, referees, clubs and academies across West Yorkshire. Children with ADHD and Autism often experience difficulties participating...

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Reach Academy is the First School in Kirklees to be Awarded ‘ADHD Friendly’ School Status

Reach Academy has become the first school in Kirklees to be awarded ‘ADHD-friendly’ status by national neurodiversity charity, the ADHD Foundation. Based in Field Hill, Batley, Reach Academy has been...

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Interview: Aidy Smith on Living with Tourette’s Syndrome

Meet Aidy Smith. Aidy is an award winning TV presenter, speaker and journalist with a particular focus on drinks, lifestyle, travel and diversity topics. As a presenter and producer of...

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ADHD Foundation’s Iconic Umbrella Project Returns to Liverpool for Summer

200 multi-coloured umbrellas have been suspended high above Church Alley to raise awareness and understanding of ADHD and other neurodiverse conditions.Back by popular demand, Church Alley (in front of the...

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UK’S Leading SEN Education Provider Commits to ADHD Friendly Schools

Witherslack Group, the UK’s leading provider of specialist education and care has become the first to commit to making all of its schools ‘ADHD Friendly’ before the end of June...

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