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Why punishments don’t work for children with ADHD

Imagine these scenarios: A child, let’s call her Katy, is in a maths class but is continually turning around and talking to her friend in...

Be the change in 2021

Fighting the stigma of autism is already an uphill battle, but it can be extra hard when you’re part of a minority group, writes...

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and ADHD

Elaine Nicholson writes about Sean, her teenage client who developed PTSD after being mistreated for his special interest at a young age.  Autism is a...

How church helped my daughter during lockdown

Marcia Squire-Wood talks about the support her daughter Ruby has received from her church during the Covid-19 lockdown. Lockdown started for Ruby on March 17th...

ADHD management

Srinivas Gada looks at what ADHD is and how best to support individuals living with it Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder....

Living with superpowers

ADHD brings so many positive qualities it should be celebrated, not stigmatised, writes Nichola Parody

ADHD and motor interventions

Mary Mountstephen looks at the value of physical exercise in contributing to improvements in cognitive performance and concentration for children with ADHD

Why is ADHD off the radar?

Michelle Beckett argues we are ignoring a national emergency that is harming one in twenty of our children

Child diagnosis: the need to be trauma informed

We need to consider a child’s experiences before rushing to a diagnosis of SEN, writes Margot Sunderland

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