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Bedfordshire, behavioural awareness group.

Supporting People With: Challenging Behaviour.

Contact: Gloria Mills

Phone: 01582 758328

Email: bag@fsmail.net

Voluntary Organisation:
Regardless of diagnosis we embrace all issues experienced whilst bringing up/caring for a child with challenging behaviour. Parental managed support group. meetings on the first and third Thursday of the month. speaker dates and training available. Equipment, advice, support, and information regarding other support groups.

Also see
Mk ADHD Family Support Group
just below

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Milton Keynes

Mk ADHD Family Support Group, for Beds, Bucks and Northants
Supporting People With: Behavioural and Learning Disorders

Contact: Monica Harris

Phone: 01908 675110 and 01908 676779
Fax: 01908 676779
Email: mk_adhd@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.mkadhd.org.uk

Registered Charity Organisation:
We are a parent led support group for persons affected by the condition known as ADHD.. ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER.. and its co-morbities, which can include.. Dyslexia, Autism Asperger's Dyspraxia.. and the list goes on.

we open from 11am - 1.30 Monday - Friday.. we have drop ins on Wednesday .. you can contact any time.

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Dorset ADHD Support Group

Supporting People With: ADHD/ASD with LD

Contact: Margaret Alsop

Phone: 01305 768297

Fax: 01305 768297

Email: adhdsupportgroup@btinternet.com

Website: WWW.ADHDDorset.btik.com

Registered Charity Organisation:

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Bromley Addvice

Supporting People With: ADHD, Autism, Asperger's and Tourettes

Phone: Roz Barber 01689 898643
Email: Rose@53nightingale.freeserve.co.uk
Lorni Atkinson Email: lorni.atkinson01@ntlworld.com

Voluntary Organisation:
Bromley Addvice is an online information & support group for families affected by ADHD, the main focus is for families living in & around the London Borough of Bromley but other families out of Borough will find the website useful too.

We have a small email group for the families to support each other & this group is exclusively for families not professionals so we can let off steam as well as support each other through good & bad times.

We actively encourage the participation with other online groups as although we are a local based group we feel that nationally we need to work together to make the needs of ADHD affected families & individuals heard.

We meet in each others houses usually each month & attend the daytime support group run by Bromley Carers. Our hopes are that if we hold an evening group 2 weeks after every monthly Bromley Carers group then there is support available fortnightly & email/telephone support daily.

The Bromley Addvice website is being upgraded at present & will transfer to a new domain. At present both URLs are active but in time the Moonfruit one will close.
Yahoo! Groups: Bromley-Addvice


2 online egroups for children; one for siblings & the other for sufferers.

Yahoo! Groups: adding-kids-united
Yahoo! Groups: siblings-of-ADHD-

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Portsmouth Autism Support Network

Supporting People With: Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Contact info:
Phone: 023 9267 1846
Email: enquiries@portsmouth-autism-support.co.uk
Website: http://www.portsmouth-autism-support.co.uk

We are a group of parents of children with autistic spectrum disorders, and professionals working in the field. We are aiming to establish a support network for parents to enable them to access information about what is available to them in the Portsmouth area.

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Leicester / Leicestershire

Leicester ADHD Red Cross family Support Project
Bradbury house, Kenilworth Drive, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 5LG

Contact: Christine Jarvis

Phone: 0116 2710359
Email: fsc@redcross20.fsnet.co.uk
We hold Support Groups at the above address on the second Tuesday of each month 10am - 2pm (child care provided).

Last Wednesday of every month at;
Voluntary Action Leicester
Newark Street
between 7pm and 9 pm
If you are bringing children please phone Christine on 0116 2710359 to enable us to provide child care

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Lincoln ADHD Support Group

Supporting People With: ADD/ADHD & Associated Disorders

Phone:  01522 539939

Email:  lincoln.adhd@btconnect.com

Web site: http://beehive.thisislincolnshire.co.uk/adhd

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Manchester (Greater)

Manchester Dyspraxia Adults support group.

Supporting People With: Dyspraxia

Phone: Janet Taylor 0161-877-6668

Email: janet@dyspraxiamanchester.org.uk
Website: www.dyspraxiamanchester.org.uk

Voluntary Organisation:
Do you suffer from co-ordination problems? do you have difficulties copying movement? Phone Janet Taylor for details of the latest self help meeting.

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St.Helens Merseyside and Surrounding Areas

St.Helens ADHD Mojo's

Phone:  07426 683437

Contact:  Gill Neal

Email:  info@adhdmojos.co.uk

Website:  adhdmojos.co.uk

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/423484574344977/

twitter:  @StHelensADHD


St Helens ADHD Support Group (MOJO's) is co-ordinated by a committee of ten parents of children with a disability. It is a local voluntary organisation supporting families before, during and after diagnosis of ADHD and other disabilities. We hope you enjoy your visit and find it informative and helpful. Please contact us atinfo@adhdmojos.co.uk, join us on  Facebook or follow us on Twitter @StHelensADHD.

Our aim is to bring parents together who know the effects of ADHD on the family to empower and support each other. Our organisation incorporates St Helens ADHD Support Group and MOJO's Respite Services. Below you will find details of the support we offer:

St Helens ADHD Support Group

Weekly social group for parents to meet other parents. 
Provide information and advice about ADHD.
Run seminars for professionals, parents and local community groups to learn more about ADHD.
Signpost to other services such as Carers Centre, Connect, Parent Partnership, Parenting Team.
Support parents to complete applications for benefits.
Monitor and produce statistical reports to support grant applications.
Provide resources and materials to support the above areas.

MOJO's Respite Services

Weekly youth club for young people with a disability and their siblings (age 5-18).
Provides subsidised days out in the holidays for whole families of children with disability.
Provides subsidised holidays for families of children with a disability.
Provide monthly family events to enable parents, children and siblings the opportunity to socialise.

Information last updated on 13-9-2012

Liverpool ADHD Support Group

Supporting People With: ADHD

Contact: Teresa FitzGerald

Phone: 01512 505911
Email: TERESAMARIAF@aol.com

Voluntary Organisation

We meet every Thurs between 10-12 at;
West Everton Community Council, 33 Everton Brow, L3 8PU

Ask for Teresa

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West Midlands

ADHD Family Support Group

Supporting People With: ADHD only

Tracey 07932 424 362
Mandy 07949 809 458

Email: adhdsupportgroup@blueyonder.co.uk

Voluntary Organisation

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Cheeky Monkeys Family Support Group

Supporting People With: ADHD, Autism, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Aspergers and many other Special Needs

Amanda 01603-700664
Yvonne 01603-486863
Sheena 01603-472899

Email: cheekymonkeys@postmaster.co.uk
Website: www.cheekymonkeys.netfirms.com

Voluntary Organisation:
We meet every Monday morning during term time. 9.30 - 11.30 at St Francis Hall, Rider Haggard Road, Heartsease, NORWICH, Norfolk. We are a voluntary organisation supporting children with special needs and also their parents who are often forgotten. Everyone is welcome.


ADHD and Associated Support Group 
Supporting People With: adhd, tourette, dyslexia, learning problems, autism, dyspraxia, asperser syndrome and other associated disorders 

Alison Martin 01603-748898
Email:  al.martin@bigbluesky.uk.net
Joanne Allen 01603 503970 
Email:  joanne45@btinternet.com  

Voluntary Organisation:
We are a support group for adults and families with children with adhd and associated disorders. we meet every Wednesday at 12 to 2pm at cadge road community centre north Earlham Norwich 01603-505640. Everybody is welcome to come along for a chat and a drink there is a free creche for the children and we run the group all the year round so the children can get to know each other we arrange trips out in the summer and raffles etc and we ask for any donation are welcome.
information pack is available.

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Northants ADHD Family Support Group.

Supporting People With: ADHD/ADD and associated disorders.

Mel     07906862278
Kim     07900586168

Email: northantsADHD@hotmail.com

Voluntary Organisation:
Our group is organised by parents and we offer ADHD support and information for people of all ages.

Contact us by phone or email, or come to our monthly drop-in meetings in Kettering, Corby and Northampton.
Everyone welcome!

Also see
Mk ADHD Family Support Group  

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ADHD In Suffolk

Supporting People With: ADHD and Associated Difficulties

Contact: Linda Sheppard

Phone: 0870 881 0464
Fax: 0870 881 0465

Email: support@adhdinsuffolk.org
Website: www.adhdinsuffolk.org

Voluntary Organisation:

SPIN - Special Needs Information Network

Supporting People With:
Any Special Needs, for young people under 19 years of aged.

Contact: Alan Swift (SPIN Co-ordinator)

Phone: 01449 626184

Fax: 01449 626181

Email: alan.swift@socserv.suffolkcc.gov.uk 


Local Authority Organised Group:
SPIN is for young people under 19 years old with any special need in Suffolk. Social Services, Health & Education use it to plan services across Suffolk. Everyone enrolled receives the SPIN-OFF newsletter, Parent Information Pack & details of local events/conferences etc.

Positive Parents Posse

Supporting People With: Children with special needs from birth to 10.

Contact: Linda Tremayne

Phone: 01473 404106
Email: positiveparentsposse@ntlworld.com

Voluntary Organisation:
We are an information group that aims to help parents of children with all forms of special needs.

We have a toy and book lending library and run a Saturday morning activity group for children with special needs.

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ADHD Richmond and Twickenham support Group

Email:  richandtwickadhd@gmail.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/AdhdRichmond

twitter:  @AdhdRichmond

YouTube www.youtube.com/user/AdhdRichmond

Website: http://adhdrichmond.org

Voluntary Organisation:

We meet monthly (Event details on our Facebook page)

The ADHD Richmond & Twickenham Support Group has existed in one form or another for about 10 years. Started by Gill Sears, a Mum who has plenty of experience of the condition, and developed through the Three Wings Trust, the Group now stands alone and welcomes anyone who cares for a child/children diagnosed with ADHD


Brighton Adult ADHD support group

Spporting people with adult ADHD

Phone:  07849 352483

Email:  mail@adhdbrighton.org.uk

Website:  adhdbrighton.org.uk

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/groups/adhdbrighton

twitter:  @adhdbrighton

Voluntary Organisation:
We are a patient led Adult ADHD support group meeting twice a month in Brighton. We have two different meetings:

We run a peer support meeting for adults with ADHD every second Wednesday 7pm till 9pm at The Little Coffee Co. 4 Bartholomews, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1HG. Family and friends welcome along.

Every forth Wednesday from 6pm - 8pm at Community Mental Health Centre, 79 Buckingham Road, Brighton, BN1 3RJ. This is an informative meeting to share coping strategies and experiences of living with ADHD. This meeting is a peer support meeting and for adults (18+) diagnosed ADHD or actively seeking a diagnosis. (Friends and family can join us at the Caxton Arms Pub after the meeting).

Information last updated on 11-8-2012

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Worcestershire ADHD Family support group Uk
Supporting People With: ADHD and co existing Disorders

Phone: 01905 359707
Fax: 01905 359707
Email: worcestershireadhd@yahoo.co.uk and worcestershire.adhd@lineone.net 
Website: http://website.lineone.net/~worcestershire.adhd/ 

Registered Charity Organisation

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ADDept Yorkshire ADHD Learning & Ability Support Group

Supporting People With: ADHD and Underlying Co-morbidities, Hidden Disabilities

Contact:  Bob Breen

Phone: 01904 782556
Fax: 01904 782556

Email: kate.mowbray@btinternet.com

Website: http://www.adhd-yorkshire.com

Registered Charity Organisation

All the staff at ADDept have lived with Hidden Disabilities and parented children who like us learn and behave differently, therefore albeit we do not hold any medical qualifications we hold a lifetime of experiences.

ADDept are effectively recognised and accepted by Government Departments.

We pride ourselves on having a wide knowledge and understanding of the difficulties people living with Hidden Disabilities face on a daily basis and have a high success rate in helping others come to terms with their differences so enabling them to be able to live up to their full potential.

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East Yorkshire


Supporting People With: Hip disease in children and their families.

Contact: Sheila Trever
Phone: 01482 814721
Fax: 01482 814721

Email: sheila@audi44.freeserve.co.uk 
Website: http://www.audi44.freeserve.co.uk 

Voluntary Organisation:
Support group at present offering advice and information and support line to any worried Perthes parent/carer. England and overseas calls accepted.

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South Yorkshire

Sheffield ME Group

Supporting People With: ME, CFS and related illnesses, in Sheffield and South Yorkshire.

Phone: Katya Robin 0114 292 2311

Fax: 0114 292 2311
Email: info@SheffieldMEgroup.co.uk
Website: www.SheffieldMEgroup.co.uk

Registered Charity Organisation:
Sheffield ME Group runs a variety of services, such as information, regular and special meetings, library and newsletter, listening ear, and computer skills training.

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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire Parents.

Supporting People With: Any Impairments

Contact: Chez

Email: chezu2@yahoo.co.uk 
Website: YAHOO Clubs NorthYorkshireParents

Voluntary Organisation:
We are a support group for parents of special educational needs and other issues such as bullying. Our aims are to enable parents to share experience, give guidance and information to help kids in and out of school.

Our motto is.. YOU are your Childs only advocate.

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