NEWS and EVENTS
(updated 31st July 2018)
Seems early but Free pantomime booking NOW
DATE: Thursday 13th
TIME: 2 pm.(exact time to be confirmed)
Everything is provided,
theatre seats, ice cream in the interval and a goody bag for the children to take
I am delighted to advise you
that the Province of Oxfordshire Freemasons have again booked the Playhouse Theatre
in Oxford for the Christmas Panto, which this year is Dick Whittington and his Cat.They are inviting
disadvantaged, sick and disabled children, together with their siblings, carers,
parents/guardians, helpers and teachers. ADHD Oxfordshire is one of the organisations invited.
If you would like to come,
please let me know as soon as possible.
I need to give numbers by the end of August
ADHD FOUNDATION CONFERENCE 2018
ADHD, Neurodiversity and Mental Health
8th and 9th November, Liverpool
The programme on the
8 November includes presentations on optimising
treatment for ADHD; best practice models for nurse led ADHD clinics; the
latest research into ADHD and Genetics; Diagnosis and Misdiagnosis in
high functioning ADHD; Mental Health and Comorbidity.
The programme on the
9 November includes presentations on supporting
learners with ADHD, ASC , Tourette’s Syndrome and Pathological Demand
Avoidance; addressing anxiety; supporting parenting; developing good
sleep hygiene for SEND learners; active learning, and
using assistive technology effectively.
Bursary places available to all teachers, SENCOs, School Leaders, Doctors and Nurses with an interest in ADHD for £120 per person per day.
ADHD Training courses
Contact ADHD Oxfordshire on 01865 731378
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 -
To support the work of our charity ADHD Oxfordshire
you can now donate securely online through
Please consider giving a small donation to make sure ADHD support continues throughout 2018.
ADHD Oxfordshire radio interview 2014
Responding to claims about parents and behaviour