Welcome to our ADHD Services and Support Groups
ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by three main symptoms: hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, and difficulty paying attention to detail. ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders that affect young children. ADHD is a condition that is commonly diagnosed in childhood and is likely to last into adulthood. People with ADHD have symptoms that can interfere with their ability to function properly in their day-to-day activities. ADHD is more common in males than females, and females with ADHD are more likely to have problems primarily with inattention. Other conditions, such as learning disabilities, anxiety disorders, conduct disorders, depression, and substance abuse are common in people with ADHD.
Adult ADHD Support Group
Why attend a Support Group?
ADHD affects every aspect of your life and can lead to feelings of isolation. A support group is a great place to share coping strategies with others who face similar challenges as you.
Taking part in our meetings is an excellent way for you to meet new people, discuss diagnoses, medications, and access services that may be helpful to you.
Guest speakers will be attending some of our meetings in 2022
January - Alan P Brown - ADD Crusher
February - Medications and alternatives
March - Dr. Philp Anderton - ADHD
April/May - Members and guest
June - Jon Chanter from Phsyciatry UK
More speakers and dates are to be confirmed.
These meetings are for adults diagnosed with ADHD or awaiting an ADHD assessment. Come along to share your experiences and ask others questions about their coping strategies.
These meetings are held online:
Where - Via Zoom
When - 1st Thursday of every month
Time - 7 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost - Non-members £10,
Free for members with a monthly subscription
We understand that your busy lives may get in the way of booking or attending our meetings, with a membership we can book your place and send you reminders. You can even have access to our catch-up videos of our guest speakers.
In order to become a member and to access our priority membership benefits, please register on this website.
ADHD Coaching Packages
What is an ADHD Coach?
"Certified ADHD Life coaches" are professionals, trained to coach adults, teens, and children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Which helps them to better manage their symptoms, succeed, and live to their full potential.
While your ADHD medication helps with focusing and impulsivity, you may still struggle with time management, organizational skills, prioritising, self-esteem, and regulating your emotions.
Can an ADHD coach help?
Find out how coaching can benefit you, book a 20-minute complimentary discovery call with Bernadette. Read more
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
Our parent mentors are qualified parent practitioners who have first-hand experience in parenting children who have been diagnosed with ADHD. Parent Mentors can provide guidance based on their ADHD experiences and training.
Positive Parenting Solutions
The 1-2-3 Magic programme offers a simple and gentle-but-firm approach, it is an evidence-based, easy-to-learn, and effective positive parenting solution for parents. The 1-2-3 Magic parenting programs produce results quickly and have solutions for children from two to eighteen. The course looks at managing the difficult behaviors first, then encouraging good behaviors, independence, and self-esteem. Parenting doesn’t have to be a battle, come and learn about how to effectively use a toolkit of strategies to help manage unwanted behavior and encourage positive behaviors.
Find out how to strengthen your relationship with your children through using praise and consistent boundaries.
Millions of parents from all over the world have used the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic parenting program to help them raise happier, healthier families and put the fun back in parenting.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Support Group Meetings
Really informative and non-judgemental group sessions. When in the process of a possible diagnosis (or even after a diagnosis) it’s really difficult to know what information is useful and trusted. Within the group the information is made clear and concise and it’s always comforting to hear other people’s experiences. The group is very relaxed and open and was really enjoyable to attend. I will definitely be attending future group sessions.
Support Group Meetings
Hi Bee, you offer great support for adults with ADHD. I was worried at first, coming to something like this, but I found everyone so supportive and felt at home straight away. It’s a safe place that you have created and we’re learning so much in a relaxed environment.
Private Coaching Sessions
I have been working with Bernadette for the past two months. During her coaching sessions, I am learning a lot about the areas my ADHD has been affecting me. Bernadette has given me some useful tools to use when I become overwhelmed with my workload to reduce my procrastinating. Looking forward to learning more about myself and my ADHD!