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AADD-UK: Peer-to-Peer Support Forum

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No New Posts Ground Rules, Purposes & Important Information re ADHD Assessments - 1 Viewing

This board is recommended reading for guests and registered members as it has a list of our forum rules, the four purposes of AADD-UK, as well as important information for people seeking an ADHD assessment.

We may add other information as it becomes relevant.

1 1 The Four Purposes of AADD-UK
by roland
Sept 9, 2015 13:39:20 GMT
No New Posts Introductions & Most Other ADHD Matters - 5 Viewing

You do not have to be a registered member to view & post on this board (if you do decide to register, however, you will also have access to member only boards).

This board is for introducing yourself & for discussing most other ADHD matters EXCEPT those for which we have separate boards as shown in the following 3 lists:

1. For use by both guests & members: (a) Parents; (b)Partners/Spouses.
2. Members can post but guests can only view: (a) ADHD Service Reviews; (b) Research Opportunities.
3. Members only: (a) Gender Issues; (b) Lounge; (c)Personal Accounts/Diaries/Venting.

Moderator: Atticus

4,283 37,455 Applying 4 jobs advice & opinions please
by boost
Nov 15, 2018 22:02:00 GMT
No New Posts ADHD Services: Reviews - 1 Viewing

This board is for reviews (both positive & negative) of both NHS & Private ADHD Services. We only have 3 rules:

1. You can use the names of clinics & NHS trusts, but you MUST NOT name individual doctors.

2. You MUST NOT describe the details of any formal complaints you may have filed against private or NHS doctors/clinics/trusts.

3. You MUST NOT post a review for any service in which you have a beneficial interest also you MUST NOT place a review on behalf of someone with a beneficial interest.

These 3 rules exist for legal & ethical reasons. If any of these rules are broken, we will delete such posts without notice.

54 249 ADHD clinics in Birmingham
by xdoodahx
Nov 6, 2018 16:55:58 GMT
No New Posts Parents - 1 Viewing

This board is for parents of ADHD people; you do not need to have ADHD yourself!

196 1,922 ADHD support group Guildford
by Sop70
Nov 10, 2018 20:11:45 GMT
No New Posts Research Opportunities (Medical & Academic) - 1 Viewing

Note to researchers: we are keen to facilitate research which will benefit people with ADHD and you are allowed to recruit people for research projects by posting on our forum. But, the following terms must be met and must be clearly stated in your post:

1. You must first register as a member before you can place any posts.

2. Researchers must be at postgraduate level and beyond

3. Your post must include the following 12 items: project title, project description, the project objective, the design/methods of the project, characteristics of required participants, main outcome measures, names & status of researchers, name of funding bodies, names of any other involved organisations, starting date of project, expected completion date, and contact details.

4. You must also include details of ethical approval.

Any posts which do not meet these criteria will be deleted.

60 285 Cognitive Control Study (Adults with ADHD) in London
by melz
Nov 2, 2018 17:15:21 GMT
No New Posts Spouses/Partners

This board is for spouses and partners of adults with ADHD to talk about anything they like.

144 1,230 ADHD focused couple counselling
by boost
Nov 6, 2018 21:51:36 GMT


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shiveringsky: Aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!That moment when someone who knows you forever gets annoyed you dont remember instructions unless written down, but you;re still to blame when you miss something. Apologies if you hear my head exploding wherever you are. Nov 9, 2018 13:59:51 GMT
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jambot1996: Can anyone please tell me where to buy Elvanse? I live in Manchester Oct 28, 2018 17:25:48 GMT
vagueandrandom: Hey Proboards why do I keep being directed to an ad site when I want to come here? Oct 16, 2018 23:59:02 GMT
lepetitprince: 👀 not too sure anyone’s around actually... Sept 28, 2018 21:22:40 GMT
lepetitprince: when I’m pretty sure I’m entitled to an advocate immediately, even for the advocacy assessment Sept 28, 2018 21:21:46 GMT
lepetitprince: despite frantically ringing round local authority services, the only answer I got was that someone will try to be in touch in 5days time Sept 28, 2018 21:21:11 GMT
lepetitprince: two senior members of which have been discriminating and victimising me for six years now culminating in an eviction due in three weeks Sept 28, 2018 21:20:26 GMT
lepetitprince: so, the most acute issue I’m facing is my social worker and CMHT not referring me for an advocate which I desperately need to challenge a court ruling to evict me from my council home despite being v ill. This was at the request of the TMO Sept 28, 2018 21:19:48 GMT
lepetitprince: Hey guys :) I’m not really sure how to use this, but am in a really bad place right now and would welcome any advice Sept 28, 2018 21:17:03 GMT
mozza: hi all, recently diagnosed (at 35) and a bit weary of taking methylphenidate. Does it really work guys, considering side effects etc? Sept 23, 2018 21:53:49 GMT
vagueandrandom: there seem to be a few posts waiting approval Sept 21, 2018 16:21:08 GMT
mattdawg: Hi New to forum!48male severe combined internal 72mg ConcertaXL. After being relived to have a diagnoses, I am now struggling with the amount of shit I need to catch up on at home and work and feel as if some of my symptoms are worse. Any experiences? Thx Sept 19, 2018 10:03:32 GMT
saltydog75: hi there: currently off concerta (36mg) as off work with physical injury, tried stopping quitiapine (outside NICE guide for sleep 200mg) after a week of little sleep had to revert. self medication still ongoing (ETOH CBD). whos on strattera? thanks SD Sept 18, 2018 12:28:07 GMT
unhinged: I have been dying to talk to other adults with the same problem. Just so somebody can tell me what on earth is going on. I was diagnosed about 3 years ago aged 46. Was given medication ( atomexetine ) but it wrecked me physically.Unmedicated at mo. Sept 17, 2018 11:23:43 GMT
mrsdrapes: 40 years old, always knew something was different with me, just worked it out but I'm so early on in the process, very apprehensive x Sept 17, 2018 8:25:13 GMT
bach1007: I am taking 108mg Concerta extreme variation in it's delivery and sustain. Have levelled out crash by taking BCCA's which have a lowering affect on Serotonin?? but seem to work well. Anyone else High dose? Sept 15, 2018 9:09:31 GMT
TamingTheDragon: how are you coping with the desk job? Know what that's like... Sept 13, 2018 15:39:26 GMT
justanothersquirrel: I just got my repeat prescription and was surprised to receive KinedexE instead of Auden McKenzie/Teva. Aug 24, 2018 14:05:12 GMT