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ADHD Richmond

Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Welcome to ADHD Richmond which has been offering support to families of children with ADHD in and around the Borough of Richmond since 1995.

We’re a voluntary, independent, non-funded, parent/carer support group for the neuro-developmental condition Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder & all its comorbidities. We’re based in Richmond upon Thames, London, UK and support all families with ADHD concerns

Service details

Age Range
0 - 25 years

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Everything we do is driven by parent demand. Some of the issues raised are: 

Understanding what a parent is entitled to & from schools and where to go for support; what happens when it goes wrong in school; Support for behaviour; information for children to understand the diagnosis; social skills; medication – pros and cons; financial & family support; ADHD and girls; alternative therapies

Every month experts are invited to explain their work in ADHD. We have both morning and  evening Talks

We offer: 123 Magic parent training; the Why Try Programme; 1 to 1 private chats; a telephone line (email to arrange a call)

We keep in touch with everyone via our website; it’s a valuable resource of information, contacts & events; we have a published Handbook;  we have a Facebook page which is updated daily with worldwide & local news about ADHD and has our events;  and we also tweet

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


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Where to go

Name of venue
Russell Cooke Solicitors
Venue address
Bishops Palace House Kingston Bridge

Who to contact

ADHD Richmond
07946 313905
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