If so, you might be interested in participating in the following project. Wellcome Trust- Mental Health Priority Areas Team are producing a report on the best ways to promote well-being and reduce psychological ill-health in children and adolescents. They are putting a call out for young people to contribute to their panel and here are […]
We were delighted to have Zak Powers, psychotherapist host a fasinating webinar recently on Adult ADHD and Anxiety, watch it back here.
The Changing Lives Initiative have launched an innovative App on ADHD to support families. The App helps families understand what ADHD is and provides practical strategies and tools for parents to use with their children. The App is particularly relevant for parents who have concerns about their child’s behaviour but are not yet sure if their child may have […]
Cortechs has developed CereBrill: a platform and apps that help day-to-day management of ADHD. CereBrill can manage tasks, activities and medication intakes, as well as enabling Secure Video Calls with ADHD Specialists. It also gives users easy and reliable access to relevant information about ADHD. With CereBrill, Personal Progress Plans can be recommended to ADHD […]
Here is a summary of our events for w/c 29th June 2020 ADHD General Weekly Planner 29 June 2020
The Health Service Executive has launched a new 10 year policy on mental health, Sharing the Vision. We at ADHD Ireland are delighted to see the recognition of ADHD (see page 55 which contains a section on ADHD in Adults National Clinical Programme).