The ADHD Foundation provide information, advice and guidance to parents about ADHD and conditions frequently co-occurring such as Autism, Dyslexia, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Anxiety, Depression and behavioural difficulties.
The ADHD Foundation, in partnership with individuals, families, doctors, teachers and other agencies, works to:
Build a positive foundation for life
Improve life chances through better understanding and management of ADHD
Raise awareness and understanding of ADHD
Change the negative perception of ADHD into positive
Bring about positive change and inclusion within policy and practice
Support schools, GPs, Youth Justice services and other professionals who work with people living with ADHD
Support achievement, educational attainment, mental health and employability
Work in partnership with those living with ADHD, and enabling them understand and manage ADHD
The Foundation provides skills training for parents and for children as well as counselling and behavioural therapy.
Screening for ADHD is also supported utilising QB testing.
The ADHD Foundation offer a Young Peoples Drop In Service at the Brunswick Youth & Community Centre in Bootle - Wednesday evenings only.