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Adhd The Parent Factor Parenting Programme


Service Description

This 6 week programme (2.5 hours per week) is suitable for parents of children with a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) aged 5-16.

It supports parents and other significant adults in a child's life to re-build relationships with their child and understand the diagnosis and treatment fo ADHD.

This programme will:

• Increase parents’ knowledge of ADHD and its treatment
• Give parents an insight into how it feels to be a child with ADHD
• Offer advice on how to promote a more positive relationship with their child
• Explore strategies for effective behaviour management

Dates and times will be displayed when the course is running, However, if you are interested in participating in a course then please contact us and we will let you know more details.

Additional Information

Additional Information

At times parents and carers need help and advice to deal with the everyday challenges of family life. Parenting programmes allow parents to share their parenting experiences, learn skills to deal with challenging behaviour and manage conflict positively.

Parents benefit from increased confidence in managing behaviour and a greater understanding of children’s development. A number of programmes are available these include Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities and Triple P


Cost per Session
Cost per Hour
Cost per Day
Over 2's Cost per Week
Under 2's Cost per Week

Questions & Answers

Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Have A Waiting List?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Eligibility - Can The Service Be Accessed By Extended Family Members Or Carers

Further Information

Provider Type
Parent Support
Suitable For
Speech, Language & Communication Needs (SLCN) Tourette's Long Term Medical Conditions Specific Learning Difficulties Multi-Sensory Impairment (MSI) Physical Disability Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) Sensory Impairment Severe Learning Difficulty (SLD) Specific Learning Difficulty Social, Emotional, Behaviour Difficulty (SEBD) Complex Needs Dyslexia Epilepsy Moderate Learning Difficulty (MLD) Hearing Impairment and Deafness Downs Syndrome Visual Impairment Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Delivery Channels
Office / Premises
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral)