We were delighted to have Colin Foley, BA PGCE MA, National Training Director at ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity presenting online on the topic of ADHD Through the School Years recently. Colin Foley is the training director of the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity, an integrated health and education multidisciplinary lifespan service in based in Liverpool. The […]
ADHD Ireland is delighted to be one of 10 successful organisations to receive a prestigious grant from European Federation of Neurological Associations in their Brain Life Goals Project Grant 2020. It is an honour to receive this grant of €3000 alongside some other great organisations and it will be a great help to support the […]
ADHD Ireland is delighted to bring you a full day conference exploring the topic “ADHD Explained”.
Bringing you three expert speakers covering ADHD throughout all years, from early years from 0 – 7 years and then exploring school years from 8 – 18 years, and finally exploring ADHD in adulthood and throughout a lifespan.
Parents of ADHD children finding home schooling their greatest challenge in this crisis, survey shows In a recent survey conducted online by ADHD Ireland, over three quarters of respondents (77%) were parents of children with ADHD. The respondents’ claim that home schooling is proving the more challenging or most challenging (85%) change brought on by […]
Calling all teenagers, aged 13 – 18 years – are you a budding photographer?
We want to invite you to submit a photograph to our competition to be in with a chance to win a €25 One-For-All voucher.
The Minister for Education & Skills Joe McHugh TD has announced that the planned new allocation model for Special Needs Assistants has been deferred for one year.