We heartily recommend this forthcoming ADHD and Allied Neurodevelopmental Services Symposium conference, organised by the ADHD Foundation. The conference will take place over two days in Liverpool on the 5th– 6th November 2015.
The presentations on the 5th November would be of interest to anyone working in a clinical capacity with adults/ young people with ADHD. The conference on the 6th November is more focused upon how we achieve outstanding educational outcomes for children and young people with ADHD.
Highlights of the conference on the 5th November include:
- Examples of a range of new models of Service design, multiagency approaches and transformed ADHD Pathways from around the UK.
- Latest developments in the National Autism Project.
- Latest developments using digital technology in assessing core signs of ADHD.
- New research in ADHD and Drug Use and ADHD and Neurofibromatosis.
- Recent research into a significantly underrepresented group, Girls and Young women and ADHD.
Highlights of the conference on the 6th November include:
- The results of a ten year research project in London into effective SEND provision and developing the role of the SENCO.
- Lesley Cox, Lead HMI for SEND and Disability for OFSTED presenting “How OFSTED evaluate outstanding SEND provision.“
- Girls and ADHD.
- Using innovative technology in school to increase self regulation for learners with ADHD and increase attainment.
- Workshops on outstanding practice with learners with dyslexia, dyscalculia and Tourette’s syndrome.
See below for more information on this conference, details of the speakers, booking arrangements and information about our conference dinner on the evening of the 5th November with Rory Bremner as the after dinner speaker. If you require any more information, please contact ella.duxbury-davies