Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to subscribe to our monthly newsletter. You’ll receive our event details on the first of next month!

If the group you’d like to attend is full please add yourself to the waiting list, but please be aware if no wait list button is visible it means that’s full too. Please keep checking throughout the day of the meeting as spaces can sometimes become available.


The partners group is an especially popular group so to aim to get a place please RSVP via the newsletter at 12 noon on the first of each month.

Unfortunately we are not permitted to send links as our hosts need to know how many people to expect at each session. Please rsvp via the newsletter as soon to 12 noon as you can on the first of each month to secure a place for upcoming meetings.

As an organisation we need to ensure that the facilitators of each meeting have a manageable number of people in order to keep meetings a safe space for everyone so numbers have to be limited.

Please refer to our website which lists the various Facebook groups linked to the groups we provide.

Please check your junk folder – if no newsletter , please email admin via who can advise.

Please refer to our calendar for venue details please click on the event you’d like to attend, and the details will appear.

We solely provide peer support . For information about screening and diagnosis please visit  and please contact your G.P as this has to be the first place to start. Please see our groups which may provide you with support and advice – no formal diagnosis needed (link to mailing list).

We solely provide peer support. Please refer to ADHD UK’s FAQs or subscribe to our mailing list to receive peer support session details on the first of next month, which may be helpful to you!

We are solely a peer support charity and only work with those aged 18 plus – please contact your child’s school SENDCO, your local CAHMS plus the information on this site is very helpful-

We run a monthly peer support group for parents – no formal diagnosis needed –

Speak to G.P or local NHS Foundation Trust details of all Uk Trusts are here

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