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Neurodiversity Early Years and KS1 Service – ADHD Foundation

Neurodiversity Early Years and KS1 Service - ADHD Foundation

The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity is an integrated health and education service offering a unique lifespan - strength based service, for the 1 in 5 people who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Tourette’s syndrome. We work in partnership with agencies across all public services and business sectors, to create a paradigm shift in health, education and employment.

 

Neurodiversity Early Years and KS1 Service

The Neurodiversity Early Years and Key Stage 1 Service at the ADHD Foundation is dedicated to promoting early identification and intervention for young children presenting with emerging characteristics of neurodevelopmental conditions.

Our expert team build knowledge and skills within the early years and Key Stage 1 workforce through training, coaching and play based therapeutic intervention. Our relationship driven approach encourages mutual exploration of the child’s needs and support required.

Our aim is to ensure that neurodiversity is recognised, celebrated, and supported, taking a needs-led approach across the early years and Key Stage 1.

 

Resources for Parents and Carers

  • Emotional Regulation in Young Children
  • ADHD and Young Children
  • Activities to Encourage Executive Function Development
  • Activity Ideas for a Sensory Circuit
  • Autism and Interaction
  • Theory of Mind
  • Multi-Sensory Approaches To Learning
  • Sleep FAQs
  • Reading at Home
  • Top Tips: Toileting
  • Sensory Play at Home
  • Anxiety in Young Children
  • Understanding Facial Expressions
  • Encouraging Early Communication
  • Encouraging Early Writing Skills
  • A Parent's Guide to Sensory Processing

 

Who is this aimed at?

Parents and Carers of young children presenting with emerging characteristics of neurodevelopmental conditions

 

When

24/7 access to online resources

 

Where

Online

 

Cost

Free

 

How to get involved

Use our website to explore the support relevant to you.

Visit the Neurodiversity Early Years & KS1 Resources page on the ADHD Foundation website

 

Contact details

Phone: 0151 541 9020

Email: info@adhdfoundation.org.uk

 

For further information

For more information about the ADHD Foundation search  ADHD Foundation in this directory.

 

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