Adhd Foundation and Allied Neuorodevelopmental Services

Adhd Foundation and Allied Neuorodevelopmental Services

Charity information

Adhd Foundation and Allied Neuorodevelopmental Services

We provide free access to psychological therapies for children and their families who live with ADHD, Autism and related learning difficulties and mental health problems.
Families and children are offered psychoeducative skills training to self manage their health and improve outcomes in health, education and employability.
We also provide Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme to children with severe depression, suicidal ideation and acute anxiety and depression.

Founded 2007

  • Mission statement

    Mission

    To work in partnership with service users, NHS, Schools and social care agencies to promote and improve the social inclusion, health, education and life chances of children, young people and adults affected by ADHD, Autism and related learning difficulties and mental health vulnerabilities.



    Vision
    To be the UK leading agency in the design, development and delivery of high quality information, training and ADHD, Autism and Neurodevelopmental related services.

  • Aims

    Adhd Foundation and Allied Neuorodevelopmental Services aims to:

    • Reduce the mental distress experienced by children with ADHD, Autism and related learning difficulties and mental health challenges
    • Work in partnership with service users through the provision of knowledge, skills and self management strategies to improve outcomes in health, education and employability
    • Enable and empower families with skills and knowledge to reduce dependencies and ensure children enjoy and thrive in childhood.
  • Overview

    Established: September 2007

    Registered Charity Number: 1120898

    Board members: 20

    Full time staff: 14

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 47

    Phone number: 01512372661

    Address: LCVS Building, 151 Dale St. Liverpool L2 2AH

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