ADHD: Information and advice
Children, young people and families that are experiencing mild or temporary difficulties or are adjusting to life circumstances may benefit from access to appropriate advice without needing to seek help or more help.
Children, young people and families experiencing chronic, fluctuation or severe difficulties where they are currently able to manage their own health and/or are on the road to recovery may benefit from access to appropriate advice without needing to seek help or more help.
Struggling to concentrate, having too much energy or not being able to easily control your behaviour are some of the symptoms of ADHD. It is not always necessary to have a diagnosis to be able to access support and manage these symptoms. The following resources will help you to understand and learn to cope with these difficulties.