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ADHD News this is the very first edition.

 

 

ADHD News Edition number 24

·  What are the experiences of adults with ADHD?

·  How do adolescents with ADHD see their needs as they move beyond Paediatric and CAMH services?

·  Very bright and gifted people with ADHD

·  ADHD and Autism a personal story

·  Practical strategies for managing your ADHD

·  Conference Details

ADHD News Edition number 23

·  The New DSM Has Arrived

·  Andrea Bilbow OBE

·  ADHD and Addiction in Teens

·  ADHD and Substance Abuse

·  News Roundup

ADHD News Edition number 22

·  ADHD and the Law

·  Reading YOS

·  Me, Myself, and Adult ADHD

·  OCEAN Study

·  News Roundup

ADHD News Edition number 21

·  ADHD From the Heart – Ashley McKenzie

·  Conference Highlights

·  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for adult ADHD

·  ADDISS Conference – a parents’s view and experience of attending

·  News Roundup

ADHD News Edition number 20

·  Adolescent Girls with ADHD

·  Smoking in pregnancy may not cause ADHD

·  A special kind of freedom – Growing up with ADHD

·  News from Nottingham and Swansea Support Groups

ADHD News Edition number 19

·  What Should I Expect at a follow up appointment with my child's doctor

·  ADHD and Family: Converting chaos to calm through Mindfulness

·  ADHD and Mood Changes

ADHD News Edition number 18

·  Challenging Disability Discrimination

·  The Chain of Success: Awareness + Skills + Desire =Success by Dr Ari Tuckman

·  Equality Act 2010- What does it mean for ADHD?

·  Support in Harrow

·  ADHD and the need for adequate Guardians

·  What's new in ADHD Research

ADHD News Edition number 17

·  Practical Responses to Adult ADHD

·  ADHD and Reading Study- Thomas Brown PhD

·  1 2 3 Magic- a bomb disposal course for children

·  The DIagnosis of Adult ADHD as a specific learning difficulty - David Grant

ADHD News Edition number 16

·  Our battle with the system:How ADDISS helped us

·  ADHD in the Work Environment

·  High IQ is no defence against ADHD

·  Ladders of Life & ADHD Works ©

ADHD News Edition number 15

·  Transition from Primary to Secondary School

·  The Green Paper: Support and Aspiration

·  Transition from Primary to Secondary School

·  ADHD, Addiction and the Cyber World

·  Implementing the Autism Act

ADHD News

ADHD News is sent regularly to all ADDISS subscribers.


ADHD News brings you up-to-date reports on events and news from the world of ADHD, as well as feature articles from expert contributors - such as the recent article 'Back to School', which gave parents practical suggestions for coping with the start of the new term.

Take a look at the Autumn 2001 issue of ADHD News. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this, and it may take a few minutes to download.

If you don't have Acrobat Reader but would like to view ADHD News, you can get the software free from Adobe.com




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