This is the third section and covers:
– List of useful resources
– How can Mindsum help?
List of useful resources
Click here for more information about ADHD on the NHS website.
The ADHD foundation offers a variety of helpful resources for parents and young people. Click here to access the link.
Anna Freud NCCF
This national centre for children and families offer helpful resources including podcasts for parents and carers on ADHD. Click here to access these podcasts.
For more information and access to resources for young people on the YoungMinds website. Click here to access the link.
Royal College of Psychiatrists has a good collection of material on ADHD, particularly in young people and adults. Click here to access the link.
How Mindsum can help?
We can offer you all the information you will need to understand and manage ADHD. We have partnered with leading institutions that help us develop the latest resources including information, research and strategies to enhance our services for you.
We can arrange an audio or video call with one of our service providers who can discuss your concerns and advise you accordingly. You can book these sessions through our interactive bot on the website or by sending us a message through the contact us page.
A comprehensive assessment is required for us to be able to understand how we can help you and your child to manage ADHD. Once we are able to understand this better, we will then be able to arrange therapy sessions. Our therapy sessions are offered by qualified and vetted therapists. Upon completion of therapy, we also offer ongoing support. You can always get in touch with us whenever you feel you need extra support.