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HADD in association with the Lucena Clinic in Rathgar are giving a  talk for Parents/Carers and individuals affected by ADHD/ADD. Dr Laurence Greenhill is the speaker. The title of the talk is "ADHD Clinically Relevant Updates For Parents and Young People"

To attend this talk you must register with the Lucena Clinic - 01 492 3596 - This is a free event, car parking also available

HADD in collaboration with Parents Plus are delivering a Parents Plus/ADHD specific course commencing on Friday morning at 10.30am on 17th April and continuing for 6 weeks. This is a practical and positive course, delivered by a professional team for parents and carers of children aged 5-12 diagnosed with ADHD. It offers parents the opportunity to meet and support each other in enhancing their relationship with their child, preventing and dealing with the behavioural difficulties which so often accompany ADHD.  

VENUE: Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St. Dublin 7

HADD, in association with St. John of God Hospital, stillorgan Road, County Dublin, is running an ADHD awareness event on 13th October 2014. We are delighted to have Prof. Thomas E. Brown from Yale University giving a talk to parents, carers and individuals. The talk is titled:

"ADHD is REAL, promoting positive attitudes and building resilience in people with ADHD"

VENUE: St John of God Hospital, Stillorgan Road, County Dublin

DATE:   13th October 2014

HADD are holding an ADHD awareness day on the 13th of October with talks for Clinicians held in the afternoon and a talk will take place in the evening for parents by Dr. Thomas E. Brown from Yale University. We will have information stands on ADHD and related conditions and this will also be a fantastic networking opportunity for parents. Further information will be uploaded shortly so keep an eye on our website for further information on registration or email info@hadd.ie

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