About ADHD Lancashire 

ADHD Lancashire was founded in 2011
By parents who wanted to provide support to parents of children who have ADHD or need assistance looking for a diagnosis. In addition, a few of our children suffer from other conditions such as Autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, learning disabilities, and special needs. 
Having ADHD can be a socially isolating condition that typically results in a child and his or her family members developing a sense of social isolation. Children often have difficulties interacting with their peers, lose friends easily, and are often rejected by their peers.

Through monthly meetings and events, the group aims to help those who are affected by ADHD and comorbid conditions find support and information.

Now that our children are young adults, we know how difficult it can be to be a parent in situations where you have to attend a lot of different assessments and meetings with your children.

If you have any questions, or if you are feeling a little overwhelmed, we have parent mentors available for advice. 



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!


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