Support for grandparents and carers of neurodiverse children with or without diagnosis.

Please find some new information below about services available for grandparents which is available from the ADHD Foundation who are working  in partnership with Positive Futures.  The ADHD Foundation have received lottery funding to work specifically with Grandparents and SGOs to help them support any of the children or young people in their care who are Neurodiverse (with or without a diagnosis).

Support is through a number of avenues including skills building workshops around ADHD, ASD and generic behaviour support.   The aim is to reach and support as many families as possible over the next 18 months, and where appropriate providing intense support through one to one advice and support.

Another avenue is to provide support material around understanding and supporting ADHD. In addition to the Parent/ Carer Skills building webinars.

Please feel free to access the below materials:

Rachael Varney from The ADHD Foundation is  currently facilitating face to face workshops at Positive futures on a weekly basis.  If anyone is interested in attending any of Racheal’s workshops she can be contacted – her details are below.

Rachel Varney


Please note, due to peripatetic working, response times may vary.

If your enquiry is urgent please email

 ADHD Foundation – The Neurodiversity Charity

54 St. James Street


L1 0AB

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