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.
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
For more information please contact us at:
“I feel like a universe, stuffed within a shoebox” – this is how Bryn Travers describes what it’s like to have Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Today the video ‘Shine a light – understanding ADHD’ is released: a short documentary about what ADHD is, both from a personal and from a clinical perspective.The hope is that this video will help young people and adults diagnosed with ADHD, or who suspect they have ADHD, as well as their family and friends, to understand the condition better.
STARTING 14th November 2018
A practical and positive course, delivered by a professional team, for parents of children aged 5-12 diagnosed with ADHD.
Using ideas and footage from the Parents Plus programme, it offers parents the opportunity to meet and support each other in enhancing their relationship with their child, preventing and dealing with the behavioural difficulties which so often accompany ADHD.
Commencing Wed evening 14th November for 6 weeks
For decades, stimulants have been used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adolescents, improving a wide range of cognitive functions. Researchers, however, were not clear as to the mechanisms causing efficiency in the use of stimulants.
In a new study, conducted at The State University of New York at Buffalo, researchers cleared up some speculation on how the use of certain stimulants, like methylphenidate (MPH), reforms cognitive functions to diminish symptoms.