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123 Magic - ADHD

​Behaviour management course for parents and carers of children ages 2 to 8 years diagnosed with ADHD or who display challenging behaviour.

This course provides simple tools for parents to:

  • Control unwanted behaviour
  • Encourage appropriate behaviour
  • Strengthen your relationship
  • Build self-esteem
Next dates

Monday 21st February from 12.30pm-2.30pm for 5 consecutive weeks being held at Heathfield Children's Centre, Whitton. This group is for parents and carers of children up to the age of 8 years. Attendance to all sessions is required.

Availability

Groups are small and so numbers are limited. We do have a waiting list so these upcoming groups are allocated but parents and carers can express interest in future groups.

How to sign up for a parenting course

Parents can self-refer using the form below. Where possible, we can arrange for translators if required and the parent is committed to attending the course. 

Parenting support expression of interest form (word)

All referrals and requests for additional information and future course dates for both boroughs should be addressed to:

Karen Williams

Parenting Officer

Achieving for Children

Phone : 020 8547 6965/07771974388

Email: karen.williams@achievingforchildren.org.uk​

 

ADHD Embrace Post-diagnosis workshop

Are you the parent of a newly diagnosed child or teenager in the Richmond and Kingston areas? ADHD Embrace have collaborated with the NHS to provide a post-diagnosis workshop full of essential information that will help you navigate this time of discovery and learning.

The two-hour post-diagnosis workshops​- led by Valerie Ivens, Family Support team member- are held monthly and are currently running in two parts over Zoom. They are free of charge to families living in Richmond and Kingston boroughs.

This workshop gives you the opportunity to learn about ADHD, treatments, and how schools and local organisations can support your child, while meeting other parents and carers in a similar position. 

If you’re wondering what this diagnosis means, what to do next and where to start, please book onto a post-diagnosis workshop on our website (opens a new window)