We are here to support parents/carers through the diagnosis of the condition, to provide practical assistance on how to manage the symptoms of the condition daily and to share information and knowledge.
We run youth groups in Dundee on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 6-8pm, open to all children ages 5-18 with a primary diagnosis of ADHD.
In Angus on a Tuesday evening at 5-7pm and a Thursday evening at 5:30-7:30pm for children ages 5 to 18 with a primary diagnosis of ADHD.
At the youth groups we arrange lots of different activities based around requests from the young people attending the group. Available at all times are Sports Development Officers, Arts and Crafts and Computers. For availability of spaces please contact the ADHD Support Office.
For more information about our youth groups check out our youth group page here -->
We are aware our capacity hasn't allowed us the ability to run an adult group but we are aware this is needed, and we are hoping to start this in the future. Please watch this space for updates!!
Parent Support Group
Dundee And Angus ADHD Support Group provides a Parent Support Group that are held on the last Thursday of every month, 6-8pm at the ADHD Support Centre for Dundee based parents/carers and on the last Tuesday of every month, 12.30-2.30pm at our Arbroath Facility for Angus based parents/carers.
For more information about our Parent Support Services check out the page here -->
We are providing our IMPACT courses for young people with a primary diagnosis of ADHD and parents/carers. That run simultaneously for 4 weeks. In this course our young people and their parents/carers will learn more about ADHD.
Each week the parents/carers will be told what their young person is learning to continue to practice at home. The outcome will be a stronger family unit, better communication and improved confidence for everyone.
For more information about our IMPACT Courses check out the page here -->
We offer tailor made, whole family approach, out-reach support to families in the Dundee and Angus areas who would benefit from support with a child or young person with an ADHD diagnosis.
For more information about our Family Support Services check out the page here -->
We regularly have bingo nights, Annual Fundraiser Event, Bag Packs, we also attend community events throughout the summer to raise awareness and funds. If you would like to join our Fundraising Team visit our Volunteering page for more information on how to get involved.
Available on request for seminars, workshops or professional use. For more information see our Hall Hire Tab at the top of the page. There is disabled access in our ADHD Learning Centre.
ADHD Support Centre
Unit 12 and 15, Manhattan Works, Dundonald Street, Dundee, DD3 7PY
ADHD Support Hub
8 Grant Road, Arbroath, Angus, DD11 1JN