HADD Ireland is now open for membership 2016. Family and individual membership is €30.00 per annum. This entitles members to avail of reduced fees for training and talks and priority for attendance to our free talks. You can also attend our monthly support groups and you will receive regular updates on updates, training and any talks taking place around ADHD and co-existing conditions. Professional membership costs €40.00 per year. please email email@example.com or phone 01 8748349 for a membership form and for any further information you require.
Our next Parent Support Evening for members will take place on 19th November 2015 at 7pm in the Carmichael Centre, if you are not a member please come along to this informal evening for a coffee and information sharing and see what HADD is all about. We request a donation of €5.00 per person attending to cover room hire, Tea and Coffee costs. We will also have our library of books available for you and any updates on ADD/ADHD. Please register your interest to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01 8748349
HADD Ireland in association with St John of God hospital are running a public lecture for parents/carers and adults affected by ADHD, titled "PAYING ATTENTION TO ADHD"
Venue: St John of God Hospital, Stillorgan road, Dublin (Car parking available)
Date: 12th Oct. 2015
Dr Alan Murtagh, Adult Psychiatrist, Dr Aileen Murtagh, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Yvonne Scanlan, Senior Occupational Therapist
HADD Ireland are delighted to let you know that we have recommenced our Parent/Carer, information sharing support group, they usually take place one evening a month in The Carmichael Centre, Dublin 7 at 7pm. We often bring in Clinicians and other professionals to speak to the group. Our next informal group takes place on Thursday 19th November for members of HADD. If you are not a member please come along to see what we are all about. We request a €5.00 donation for attendees to cover room hire, teas/coffees / biscuits.
The Psychology department at St Patrick’s University Hospital is offering a new group-based intervention programme, Living With ADHD, for adults diagnosed with ADHD. This is a new programme and at the moment is only available for those with insurance cover. It is hoped that this first phase will provide HADD Ireland with materials, feedback and information for adult support groups.
The Living With ADHD programme will help participants:
· To learn more about their condition with increased sense of acceptance