We know that the journey to getting an assessment can be long and stressful. Wait times can cause anxiety and distress for you and your family.
We understand that a diagnosis, or a non-diagnosis, can produce mixed emotions for both individuals and their families.
That’s where we can help, by partnering with your:
Our team of expert practitioners provide you with the best neurodevelopmental care and support by walking you through every step of the journey.
Once you have been enrolled by your organisation and had your initial call you will go through the following steps:
After a positive diagnosis, if you choose to try medication, you will have frequent reviews with a team of expert ADHD nurses who will look at your specific care and prescribing needs.
Everyone's treatment is bespoke but typically our specialist nurses will review your medication monthly until you are at the right dose of medication to control your symptoms, with the fewest side effects.
You will receive an appointment via email for an online planning session where we discuss the different options for medication, along with the non-medication options. We will then agree a treatment plan together once you have understood the choices and information.
Methylphenidate and Dexamfetamine work for a range of different durations, depending on your requirements. Your specialist nurse will explore with you which of these may be better suited to you. Advice on how to take your medications will also be given to you.
Atomoxetine should be taken every day for it to work, but it has the advantage of not wearing off.
We work directly with you and your GP and ask your GP to continue to prescribe your medication.
If your GP does not offer shared care, you can continue with us on a self-pay arrangement.
Once your medication is optimised we will continue to offer medication reviews as necessary in accordance with NICE guidelines.
Group sessions for individuals and families following diagnosis of ADHD or autism
We offer all of the above services in addition to:
Sessions with an education expert who can provide information on accessing local support
Please contact your NHS, university, or insurance provider to see if they partner with us.
The estimated number of people in the UK who are neurodivergent