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ADHD Information on ADHD including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, risks and treatment and with links to other useful organisations.
“Kidscape is committed to keeping children safe from abuse. Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Kidscape believes that protecting children from harm is key. -
“SANE was established in 1986 to improve the quality of life for people affected by mental illness, following the overwhelming public response to a series of articles published in The Times entitled The Forgotten Illness -
ADHD in children and young people
Royal College of Psychiatrists -
The Mental Health Foundation General Web Site
The Mental Health Foundation -
The Mental Health Foundation-
“We believe it is important to involve the people who use mental health services and their carers in our work. We want to support them to have their say on the way that services are run, as well as to use their experiences to inform our thinking. “
“UK's leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people and empowering their parents and carers. Driven by their experiences we campaign, research and influence policy and practice. Parents information Service: 0808 802 5544.”
Young Minds ADHD Leaflet
Adult Attention Deficit UK (AADD UK)
The main aims of AADD-
The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service. 020 8952 2800
“National charity providing information, training and support for parents, sufferers and professionals in the fields of ADHD and related learning and behavioural difficulties “
“Aims to promote awareness of ADD/ADHD and to provide information and as much free practical help as possible to sufferers, both adults and children, and their families via this comprehensive website. “
General reference work on ADHD
“The Hyperactive Children's Support Group is a registered charity which has been successfully helping ADHD hyperactive children and their families for over 30 years.
The HACSG is Britain's leading proponent of a dietary approach to the problem of hyperactivity. “
“Family life today is complicated and Parentline Plus understands. We are the leading national charity providing help and support to anyone caring for children -
“Latest news, product reviews, book club, web chats, special offers, competitions and parenting advice. “
Noel was a guest speaker at our HELPP Workshop 6 March 2015.
A site is packed with useful information about special educational needs and disability issues faced by children and their parents.It has become a parents’ (and professionals’ for that matter) guide to the SEN reforms that are taking place.
Help to Heal is an organisation which provides information about counselling, charitable and professional services for people seeking emotional support. Ffounded it in 2007 having been inspired by the positive experiences, the originator, having gained from psychotherapy, wanted to give back in some way.
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Sutton’s Local Offer website, where you will find information about provision available locally across education, health and social care for children and young people who have special educational needs or who are disabled, covering the age range from birth to 25 years old. This includes those who do not have an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan.
NAS Sutton is run by parents of young children on the spectrum. They are there to support parents, families, carers and professionals who work with children with ASD. At the moment, they are a small branch that can provide information and signposting to both local and national support networks. They run regular coffee mornings with guest speakers, so members can get together and meet others in similar positions.
The 15th Wallington is a scout group specifically for young people with additional needs. We take boys and girls from the age of 6 through to 25. More information can be found on our website www.15wallington.scoutsites.org.uk
If you would like to add information about another group please let us know.