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Local study looks at experience of adults with ADHD

A diagnosis of ADHD for an adult can lead to a sense of disbelief quickly followed by relief. That’s according to a new study of adult ADHD carried out by researchers at the School of Psychology, NUI Galway.

In Flow: an original musical performance at the Linenhall

This is the chance to experience a really original, live music performance in the form of In Flow, taking place at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, April 28.

Young women with ADHD and second level teachers required for research study

Young women aged between 14 and 20 with a formal diagnosis of ADHD are being encouraged to participate in a study examining the impact the condition has on their educational and social experiences.

ADHD seminar/ course for professionals and their patients

The Irish National Council of Attention Deficit Disorder Support (INCADDS) will provide a comprehensive introductory and refresher seminar and course on diagnosing and treating patients with ADHD.

Seminar to address ADHD and substance abuse

The Irish National Council of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder Support Groups invite you to attend their seminar on the subject of ADHD and Substance Misuse, which takes place in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone on Friday January 14.

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Learning how to treat children with behavioural disorders

An information evening on advances in the treatment of children with learning, behavioural, developmental and emotional disorders will be held at Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Monday February 8 at 8pm.

Early diagnosis - key to helping ADHD sufferers

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Rose Kavanagh of the Irish National Council of ADHD support groups which is based at Ballybane Enterprise Centre, believes the early diagnosis and treatment of ADHD is the key to helping sufferers maximise their potential and “reach for the stars”.

What is ADHD/ADD?

A neurol-biological genetic condition, attention deficit hyperactive disorder/ attention deficit d isorder affects up to eight per cent of people. It is far more common in boys.

 

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