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ADHD Solutions can provide your organisation with expert knowledge, advice and training. We offer this to any statutory or voluntary organisations. or private business, tailoring it to your individual requirements whatever your area of work. For example, social care, family support, Youth Offending, Probation, children’s homes, dentists, driving instructors.
Please see our EDUCATION section for more specific details of what we can provide for schools, colleges and universities.
We can help give you a better knowledge and understanding of what ADHD is, its presentation, and the reasons for this. We can offer practical ideas and strategies to build your ‘ADHD toolkit’ to work most effectively with children, young people, adults, and their families within your role.
Our support is:
Responsive - can be accessed when you need it
Affordable - with flexible packages
Easy to access
Comprehensive – from basic training through to more in depth and intensive support
Holistic - working with your organisation, the family and other professionals
Some examples of what this may include:
Whole staff awareness training to provide knowledge/understanding and practical strategies
Training on the Positive Parenting Solutions behaviour management system for practitioners.
1:1 staff coaching
e-learning packages, including live webinars
We are able to develop bespoke training and support packages for your individual requirements. Please use the contact box below for more information and to discuss how we can support you.
Please note that we are able to provide a wide range of support virtually and have done so throughout the pandemic, using whatever virtual platform you are most comfortable with.
Expert knowledge, advice and training for professionals working with children, young people and adults with ADHD.
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I would like to thank you for the valuable service that the ADHD Support Project in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland has provided.
The role of the ADHD Support has been pivotal from a multi agency point of view, helping to inform health professionals, education professionals and other professionals that come into contact with children and families with ADHD.
Dr Shila Mistry, Consultant Paediatrician