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£80raised of £500 target by 3 supporters

Weʼre raising £500 to maintain the high level of seminars we run; update & re-print our Handbook; develop more workshops; provide more school training

Location
Richmond-upon-Thames, United Kingdom
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Welcome to ADHD Richmond which has been offering support to parents/carers of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder & all its comorbidities in, and around, the Borough of Richmond upon Thames, England since 1995

We’re a voluntary, independent, non-funded, parent/carer support group for this neuro-developmental condition

Our main goal is a Borough-wide ADHD strategy in line with the autism strategy; we also want to encourage all professionals working with ADHD people, incl. Family workers, Secondary schools, colleges & police to attend training courses

Our email address is: communications@adhdrichmond.org

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    • Patricia Taylor

      Patricia Taylor

      Jul 22, 2017

      Thank you for all your amazing talks and continued support

      £50.00

    • Stephen Dyer

      Stephen Dyer

      Jul 19, 2017

      The 'Men only' evening last Wednesday hosted by Alistair with Dr Alex Doig on meds and Eva Akins on legal was superb. Top quality content with the best speakers, information and support! Thanks!

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 19, 2017

      Thank you from a grateful supporter

      £10.00

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    ADHD Richmond

    ADHD Richmond

    Richmond-upon-Thames, United Kingdom

    Our mission is to help parents/carers to understand what they are entitled to & from schools and where to go for support; know what happens when it goes wrong in school; find support for behaviour; get information for children to understand the diagnosis; cope with social skills

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