Hello. Are you concerned about your child's social and emotional welfare? Are the stresses and strains of daily ADHD life getting too much? Then come to our next freeTalk on Wednesday evening May 24th. Anyone who wishes to do so can donate


May 10 (& every Wednesday for 10 weeks) Would you like your child, who may be struggling at home or at school, to overcome their challenges and improve their futures? Take them along to Clarendon School at 4.30pm where they can focus on motivation and emotional health as well as have fun!

ADHD Richmond & Achieving for Children offer the next WhyTry programme for Yrs 9-11 youngsters who have a diagnosis of ADHD. Please contact us asap to put a young person forward: info@adhdrichmond.org  See our why-try-10 flyer



May 10 start: ADHD Richmond offers FREE access to a Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist in a six week workshop to parents/carers. We are subsidising these sessions.  You MUST sign up for ALL the sessions.

Our experience as parents with children with additional needs can prompt difficult feelings. It’s easy to feel isolated and worn down.  Children can present behaviour that challenges our confidence in our own competence!

Families helping Families  is a new project that offers reflective and analytical tools to parents.  In a group facilitated by a qualified therapist, parents work together to generate insight into what behaviour means, resourcing each other with new ideas and strategies.  Families benefit from new tools, a new perspective on what they are experiencing and a shared sense of community.

Facilitator:  Bridget McCabe MA, MBACP, Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist trained with Terapia/University of Middlesex. She has worked with individual children in primary and secondary schools and has worked in the Safe Team (Borough of Ealing) as a family worker helping 13-19 year-old young people and their families.

The Families Helping Families Program will run weekly for six sessions Starting Date: Wed 10 May End Date: Wed 21 June Time: 9:45 – 12:15pm

Venue: Mina Hogan Room, St Mary’s Parish Hall, Langham Road, Teddington, Middx TW11 9HF

Email us NOW to book your place: info@adhdrichmond.org    Anyone who wishes to do so can donate



May 11 and other dates: ADHD Richmond & @NHS England offer new post-diagnosis sessions for parents/carers. If your child has recently had a diagnosis you will benefit greatly from attending one of these meetings. These post-diagnosis information sessions are open to‏ Richmond AND Kingston parents  Our ADHD advisor, Val Ivens, runs them. Book your FREE place via info@adhdrichmond.org       Anyone who wishes to do so can donate



Are you New to ADHD? Not sure what to do? We have launched a new page of 6 short videos which take you through the journey from spotting the condition to what help is available. Take a look under our tab “Videos” for the page called New to ADHD?



Finally, did you know, in addition to our main Facebook page which now has over 2000 Followers, we have a private forum on Facebook where you can ask questions, post comments which will not been seen by the general public. Simply ask to join the page.

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