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  NEWS and EVENTS 
(updated 11th March 2017)
 
Parenting Course at the Oxford ADHD Centre on 5 evenings in March:

Research Project looking for right-handed male volunteers with ADHD between 18-35 years of age
The Departments of Child Psychiatry and Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Science at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London,
The project is studying areas that may cause difficulties for some people with ADHD, such as attention, timing and decision-making. This is not a treatment trial and participation in this project won’t help you directly. However, we hope that this project will help us better understand these difficulties and develop ways of helping people with ADHD who may have problems in some of these areas.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr Clodagh Murphy at the IoPPN: clodagh.m.murphy@kcl.ac.uk,
or call 0207 848 0984.

Education, Health and Care Plans: getting it right for your child: Tuesday 21st March at an Oxfordshire venue.
Contact Monica Beacroft on 01844 337 720

BBC are making a documentary about ADHD. It will be presented by Rory Bremner. If you or your child have ADHD, and might be interested in taking part, here's a link to further information. thttps://aadduk.org/2017/01/13/bbc-horizon-documentary/

Second edition of Alison Thompson's book 'The Boy from Hell: Life with a child with ADHD is now available through Amazon and other booksellers. Highly recommended for up to date information about coping with your child and dealing with schools. More information on Alison's services at www.adhdkids.org.uk


Training courses for professionals
are provided in London by experts in ADHD

For those working with children and young people:
through UKAP - the UK ADHD Partnership -

For those working with adults with ADHD:
through UKAAN - UK ADHD Adult Network -


For training locally
Contact ADHD Oxfordshire on 01865 731378 or email enquiries@adhdoxfordshire.co.uk

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ADHD Oxfordshire radio interviews 2014
  
 Hear the experiences of an adult with ADHD
 
Responding to claims about parents and behaviour
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