Welcome to ADHD Embrace
We are a charity supporting parents and professionals who live and work with kids and teens with ADHD. 5% of the population have ADHD and early intervention and support can change the outcome of a child’s life. For two decades, we have worked to ensure that children with ADHD are understood, supported and thrive.
Providing a support community for the parents and professionals is at the heart of what we do. To become part of our community register here. We have a newsletter packed full of tips, support and events for families and a Facebook Closed Forum for parents and carers – sign up here. We provide a variety of services including specialist seminars led by experts, teacher seminars, free ADHD workshops, subsidised parenting courses and an ADHD resource library and video store.
What families say about us:
“You really have no idea how much your seminars have helped my family 🙂 I am so grateful for the work you do. Your resources give me nothing but strength to finally be able to provide what I know my son has needed for so long. He was only diagnosed recently at 13 and has suffered emotionally for so long.”
“The quality of the speakers and knowledge being shared was incredible. There was an opportunity to learn so much and I felt so supported….”
“I started to attend some of the webinars, and learnt so much …. – it’s been a life line. Just as importantly, I realised that there is a local community of support for me to draw on.”
“Provides information on ADHD that isn’t available elsewhere. The talks are extremely informative and provide a valuable support network.”
What professionals say about us:
“Best source of impartial quality information in the whole of the UK for ADHD”
“Vital resource to refer families to and for them to have easy access to information and training“
“Covers a real gap in service provision in relation to accessing pre and post diagnostic support”
“You provide specialist, dedicated advice on a wide range of issues, connect parents with one another so they don’t feel alone on their journey“
“Local experts for ADHD“