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West Yorkshire ADHD Support Group

What does it do?

We are a peer led support group who support both adults with ADHD and parents/carers of a child with ADHD (with or without a diagnosis).

Who is it for?
Adults with ADHD and parents/carers of children with ADHD.

Add yourself to our Facebook page. No referral is necessary.

We are a peer-led voluntary support group offering a wide range of support to both adults with ADHD and parents/carers of children with ADHD.  We have 2 meetings a month (one in Wakefield and one in Dewsbury) and arrange social activities during school holidays.

You/your child does not need a diagnosis to join our group. If you suspect that you/your child may have ADHD, you are very welcome to join us.

The support we offer is tailored to the individuals needs and includes listening to concerns and providing moral support, providing information on ADHD and co-morbid conditions and giving practical advice on coping strategies.

Due to having first hand experience of the condition we are able to offer an understanding, which can often be lacking leaving parents feeling very isolated.

As well as the above, we work closely with other groups, by offering advice on ADHD. This also enables us to signpost effectively where appropriate thus maximising the help available to clients and enabling people to get in touch with each other. 

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