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About this Event

We are delighted that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) will be giving us an overview of their service along with taking your questions/queries/comments on the night! They will be bringing a full-team along with an expert available on primary school, another on secondary school and a SENO!

Angus Walker, ITV correspondent, has written about his ADHD diagnosis which explains his difficult behaviour earlier in his life

A casual chat with a doctor led to finding out why my life has been at times chaotic, troubled and difficult. He was nodding away at my answers as he asked about my childhood. Was I often in trouble at school ? Yes. Often in detention? Yes. Always being told off? Yes.

Hyperactivity and impulsivity can be misread as aggression. Here are steps to take if your child has been called a bully.

People with ADHD need to be intentional about how we manage our time and plan our days. But we also need more than structure alone. A friend recently asked if I still take medication for my ADHD, or if I’ve learned to manage it with extra structure and planning. This illustrates an important misconception: that we manage ADHD’s effects either by changing our brain or by using external coping mechanisms. Most of us need a little of both.

Adult ADHD Support Group

This is suitable for all adults (i.e. those over 18) who have ADHD.

VENUE:  Carmelite Centre, Aungier Street, Dublin 2

                (please note change of venue!)                

DATE:     6th November 2018

TIME:     7.00pm – 9.00pm

COST:     We ask for a €5.00 donation to cover costs

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