If ADHD is something you want to explore, whether out of curiosity or because you are wondering about yourself or a loved one, then here are a few resources to get you started. If you have any questions, just get in touch.

Providing a link does not mean I officially endorse the services on a site. Please exercise your common sense when dealing with anyone, including support services.

Northern Irish ADHD resources



Co. Down ADHD Family Support Group

NI Direct ADHD page

Inspire ADHD factsheet

Smart Girls With ADHD

Child and Adolescent Assessments NI

Consensus Statement on ADHD (2013) from psychological organisations in NI

UK-Wide and Irish ADHD Sites


AADD-UK (by adults with ADHD for adults with ADHD)

AADD-UK Peer-to-Peer forum

ACAMH (the Association for Child and Mental Health)

HADD (the Irish ADHD association)

ADDISS Information and Guidance on ADHD


General Mental Health Sites

Inspire (NI)

NI Direct Mental Health

Aware Defeat Depression


Together for You

Healthy Children

Young Minds

Mental Health (ADHD)

A Guide to UK-based Free Mental Health Helplines

Young People’s Advisory Service

Mind – Confidential mental health Services information – 0300 123 3393


ADHD: it’s not just for children (Guardian article, 2014)

“The Right Help Transformed My Life.” (Belfast Telegraph)

“Children at risk from ADHD diagnosis delays” (BBC)

“NI ADHD expert calls for review …” (ITV, 2017)

“Adult ADHD Support Group Just Keeps Growing” (Fermanagh Herald, 2016)

“Time-to-get-beyond-themyths-about-attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder” (Irish Examiner).