October is ADHD Awareness Month!
ADHD Europe and the ADHD Awareness Coalition will be releasing answers to 30 common questions sourced from people with ADHD across the globe – including ADHD in Barnet parents! These reliable answers have been given by professionals from Europe, the US, and the rest of the world, many of whom are world-leading ADHD experts. We’ll be releasing these questions and answers day-by-day, with translations into many European languages provided by ADHD Europe members.
Visit the ADHD Europe website to find out more.
Helping young people and adults with ADHD in Barnet
ADHD in Barnet is a local project run by ADDISS, the national ADHD Information and Support Service charity.
ADDISS was founded over 20 years ago by Andrea Bilbow OBE in response to the lack of information around ADHD.
The aim of ADHD in Barnet is to take our 20 years of knowledge and expertise and put it into practice. Over the years we have talked to thousands of families on the phones, at conferences and at our premises. We know what the challenges are around raising children with ADHD and we want to provide families in Barnet with the best possible interventions to empower families, and to give children with ADHD the skills and opportunities to become the best they can be.
Here at ADHD in Barnet, we want to deliver what we believe to be the Gold Standard for effective treatment and management of ADHD.
Following the latest government advice, we have cancelled our upcoming parenting events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will be organising online support group meetings very soon, and will update this page with information as soon as we can.