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Children in England and especially girls are being under-treated, not over-medicated, for ADHD, new figures obtained by the Guardian suggest.

In June, Ofsted’s chief inspector of schools, Amanda Spielman, claimed too many children were being given Ritalin, the main drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. She said reliance on drugs meant behavioural problems were not being addressed.

Two Groups 10-12yrs & 13-17yrs

Organised by HADD-ADHD Ireland, this unique Halloween camp will be facilitated by a professional production crew, for young people with ADHD and their siblings.

Young people will learn all about film making, teamwork, creativity, problem solving and a whole lot more! Participants will be guided through interactive workshops on all aspects of film making, from writing the script to shooting the movie. Also participating in positive peer to peer relationships, mindfulness & healthy eating sessions.

This is the story of the day Dr Edward Hallowell was conceived: his severely bipolar father had mistakenly been given leave from a mental hospital. He arrived home and “decided, for no apparent reason that he wanted to murder my mother”. Hallowell’s mum – an alcoholic who was “amazing at handling men, it was her great talent in life” – somehow persuaded her husband to “make love” instead.

As evidenced by many studies, there are brain differences in those affected by ADHD that persist with full or partial symptomatology throughout the lifespan and – if left undiagnosed and untreated – put a significant economic burden on the individuals affected, their families and society at large. At the same time, these brain differences bring with them unique strengths and skills that can be of significant benefit in the workplace if recognized and utilized.

HADD-ADHD Ireland is delighted to be involved in this seminar outlying the best practices in ADHD treatment! While aimed at professionals if you would like to attend this one-off event please use the link here:

https://sisweb.ucd.ie/usis/W_HU_MENU.P_PUBLISH?p_tag=CONFPSYCPD

(Registration fee €100)

9:00 - 9:30              Registration and Coffee

9:30 - 9:45              Chairperson’s Welcome:

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