AADD is a website created by a small group of adults who have come together to campaign for better recognition of Adult ADHD. They are individuals who have either obtained a diagnosis, or in the process of assessment, or have adult children who have been diagnosed.
Full details of all support groups can be found on the AADD-UK website
Living with ADHD
This website has been developed to support those who come into contact with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - parents/carers and teachers - and also provides resources for children and teenagers themselves, to help them understand and manage the condition.
ADD / ADHD Online Information
ADDISS, The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service
Scottish ADHD Coalition
ADHD Voices brings the perspectives and experiences of children into international debates around rising child psychiatric diagnoses and the increasing use of drugs in child psychiatry. These voices contribute to an empirical evidence base that helps to inform ethical debate, clinical judgment, and national policy. VOICES is a Wellcome Trust funded research project based at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
ADDNI Children's Charity - Belfast
Adult ADHD NI has been set up to support adults with ADHD in Northern Ireland.
Life Coach Directory
Counselling Directory - Connecting you with professional support
Therapy Directory - Connecting you with professional support
Regional Support Groups
SHEFFIELD - S.P.L.A.SH
SHEFFIELD - FLOURISH
UNIQUE, is s support group in Sunbury-On-Thames. Meetings take place on the first Tuesday of each month between 7pm /9pm, and every Thursday afternoon 13.30 / 15.30, at the Greeno centre Glebeland Gardens Shepperton TW17 9DH
NORTHERN IRELAND Adult ADHD NI supports adults affected by ADHD in Northern Ireland, run support group meetings in various parts of Northern Ireland
International Support Groups
The Mission of ADHD in Adults, a US based project, is to educate primary care providers on the screening, diagnosis and care of adult patients with ADHD. Their goal is to now bring the screening, diagnosis and treatment of ADHD into the primary care office where the broadest number of patients can be treated efficaciously. ADHD in Adults is funded by a grant from a Division of Health and Human Services of the United States Government. The project is under the professional guidance of APSARD, the National Association of Continuing Education (NACE) and InQuill Medical Communication. ADHD in Adults ia also in partnership with CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD).