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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!

HADD-ADHD Ireland Ireland’s support organisation for people with ADHD, is delighted to let you know that leading UK expert Colin Foley is delivering for us a unique and essential training seminar for those who are involved with Children in an educational setting.

Major ADHD talk announced! Effective ADHD Care: Current Perspectives

ADHD Care a joint initiative of UCD, Maynooth University and HADD-ADHD Ireland are delighted to announce this FREE talk, with one of the greatest ground breaking experts on ADHD thought and practice. There also will be an extensive Q&A session on the night!

To book your place on this special event please click here:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/effective-adhd-care-current-perspectives-tickets-49215436696

When:  11th October 7.00pm – 9.00pm

UCD Brain Baby Labs are looking for parents of children from 10 months up to 6 years of age to get involved in their new baby lab study. They are looking for families with and without a history of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This means that they want both children who have an older sibling and/or parent with an ADHD diagnosis as well as families with no known history of ADHD.

To get more information on this project or to take part please call Sarah Conroy at 01-716 8410 or email Sarah.Conroy1@ucd.ie

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.

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