Hello and welcome to our Newsletter for the week starting 4 Feb.

7 Feb: This is your last chance to book to meet a senior educational psychologist from Achieving for Children (our Richmond and Kingston borough's children's services)

Are you struggling to get an EP to see your child? Concerned about your child’s progress in school? Do you need help to have an educational assessment done on your child? What does the Ed Psych do & achieve? Come to this talk & ask your questions.  Please feel free to bring friends as we have a huge room which can accommodate 100! Any parent of an ADHD or ASD child from any Borough is welcome. This is a rare chance for parents to talk directly to an expert in this field. Don’t miss the opportunity.  Also, Joanna Donelon – a Trustee of Nutritious Minds will tell you of her battles over her ADHD son. Book now, email: communications@adhdrichmond.org

Thank you for your donations to our Just Giving. £919.06 has been paid into our bank. How we've spent some of it:

To enhance our seminars, after a hiccup at our last evening talk, we've bought an HD projector and huge screen costing £709.19. This will be money well spent for you to enjoy our Talks even more!

We do not ask low-income families to donate to any of our events. We also don't want anyone to feel a donation is necessary but if you are able to do so it means we can achieve a great deal for you and your child.

Here's our new JustGiving page

We will also have a cash-box at our seminars if you'd rather pay us directly

7 Feb: 2-4pm You're invited to go along to the launch of a new service of counselling support for children and YP

ADHD Richmond has produced this post-diagnosis pathway (click for the links) which is being attached to the Neurodevelopmental Team's Resource Pack for parents, handed out when a child is diagnosed with ADHD

Feb 8: Free Introductory Workshop – Action Learning Groups (ALGs) at Richmond AID, 4 Waldegrave Rd, TW11 8HT from 7pm-9.30 pm by our friends at Action-attainment
This introductory workshop about Action Learning is suitable for any family or teacher to attend. It explains how Action Learning works to support parents in a peer group where the children have with sensory and communication needs.
To book: Email Tom@action-attainment.com or Telephone: 0208 392 9946

Feb 9: Richmond parents are invited to go along to our joint Kingston coffee and chat; meet other parents; ask questions; get advice. Free

20 Feb: Another eminent UK expert is coming to talk to us at this daytime seminar. Dr Max Davie is highly respected for his work on ADHD, Autism, and Dyspraxia. Be sure to book ahead for what will be a fascinating and provoking talk. Email: communications@adhdrichmond.org


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All the best from your ADHD Richmond Steering Committee

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