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NEW BOOK by a member of our support group!

The ADHD Support Handbook – A real-life guide to empowering a child with ADHD and related conditions. Based on personal experience this book provides a valuable resource supporting those living with ADHD.

Kindle link

Paperback link

Amazon review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic book

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 July 2021

Verified Purchase

"So glad I came across this book, I myself at 37 recently diagnosed with ADHD! And my daughter who is 7 has been referred to ASD services, this is the first book that has made sense about education with her and what to do, have recommended this book to a lot of friends."

Useful links to resources

Useful articles and webinars, in conjunction with the ADHD Foundation, to help support children with ADHD.

Other useful articles for parents and for adult ADHD

Local group for parents of children with SEN (Special Educational Needs)

See SHIFT (Support, Help, Information, Families Together) website

Also see this Coronavirus Resource page from SHIFT for useful link for education tips, activities and support.

Available ADHD Training

Nationally available training courses

For those working with children and young people through UKAP (the UK ADHD Partnership) see

For those working with adults with ADHD there is training available through UKAAN (UK ADHD Adult Network) see

Online video course to help understand ADHD 

from Kings College, London for up to date understanding about ADHD

Diagnosis and Assessment, One Day Course 2020

Workshop training day (in London SE5 8SN) aimed at professionals working within adults. This is relevant to psychiatrists at all stages of training but also other members of the mental health team including nurses and psychologists.

ADHD Oxfordshire featured on radio interview 2014

Responding to claims about parents and behaviour

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