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Summary: Adults with ADHD feel empowered performing creative tasks that can help them with a job, researchers report. Source: University of Michigan.

People often believe those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder face challenges that could hinder future employment, but a University of Michigan study found that adults with ADHD feel empowered doing creative tasks that could help them on the job.

Adult Support - Naas, Sligo, Dublin

Would you like to join our Support meetings to discuss concerns, issues & your experiences of ADHD in your relationships / home /  work life. These monthly peer to peer sessions enable individuals affected by ADHD to support and guide each other through the challenges they face daily.

Professional speakers will be introduced to the group over time.

 

Adult Groups:

Parent Support - Newbridge, Tralee, Sligo, Wexford, Gorey, Enniscorthy, Bray, Dublin City

Would you like to join our Support meetings to discuss concerns, issues & your experiences of ADHD in your home /  school life. These monthly peer to peer sessions enable parents affected by ADHD to support and guide each other through the challenges they face daily.

Professional speakers will be introduced to the group over time.

Parents Groups:

Dublin - Carmichael Centre                                      17/10          7-9pm

New Naas Adult Support Group 25/10

Would you like to join our Naas Adult Support meeting to discuss concerns, issues & your experiences of ADHD in your relationships, education or work life. These peer to peer sessions, enable adults experiencing the daily challenges of living with ADHD, to offer support and guidance to each other. Expert speakers will be introduced to the group as the meetings progress throughout the year. Come meet for a chat at:

The Church of the Irish Martyr's,  Ballycane Road, Naas, Co. Kildare on Thursday 25th October @ 7.30-9pm  

 

 

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.

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