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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 - 6 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

4,517 38,487 University writing assignments: Incomplete and confused
by boost
Dec 3, 2020 13:20:24 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.

78 335 Services in Yorkshire
by lottie1522
Dec 4, 2020 18:02:34 GMT
No New Posts Parents

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

224 1,800 Diagnosis
by Christoff
Nov 28, 2020 9:49:32 GMT
No New Posts Research Opportunities (Medical & Academic)

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.

81 339 ADHD dissertation - I need your stories! (28 Nov-05 Dec)
by rahel
Nov 27, 2020 19:23:38 GMT
No New Posts Spouses/Partners

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

154 1,265 Trauma change
by adz04
Dec 5, 2020 12:22:16 GMT

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wasteytime: I am a 54 year old woman, not sure how people will take my diagnosis yet Nov 28, 2020 8:14:05 GMT
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Byron: Mollymoo - Hi, am just about to (hopefully) start this journey myself. I understand it could be anything from a couple of months to about a year depending on where you live. Am seriously considering self funding to accelerate the process! (I'm 42) Nov 25, 2020 10:36:57 GMT
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adhddara: hey guys check out my chat with my dad about my terrible adhd 20s which culminated in many rehabs and attempted suicide. then i got diagnosed and found the right meds and im leading a good path now. here is the link www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-6LlIct Nov 24, 2020 18:08:08 GMT
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Mollymoo: Hi. Just wondering about peoples experience of getting an adult diagnosis with regard to time frame. I contacted my Doctor about a month ago who has started the referral process. I know it will take time. I'm 44 now. Nov 11, 2020 21:52:54 GMT
sandgazer: Just diagnosed with ADHD aged 48! Wish there was more conversation & awareness about adult ADHD & the positive 'super power' aspects of it. The world needs all kinds of minds... & ADHD & neurodiverse minds should be celebrated & highly sought after! :) Nov 10, 2020 21:11:30 GMT
easilydistracted: Congratulations matches my tale! A trail of failures, finally getting diagnosed/ treated a few years ago and then managing to complete a course at night school, congrats and well done :) Oct 15, 2020 18:42:37 GMT
londonse: Could not finish university as a young man due to lack of focus. Diagnosed with ADHD three years ago by NHS, started treatment, and just finished my MSc in evening studies after my 50th birthday! :) :) :) Oct 15, 2020 13:16:32 GMT
malon: Hello, i'm 34 and female, and my Psych is sure i have ADHD, i'm being started on Atemoxetine within the next few weeks. I have a gambling addiction, so i would be interested in anyone else who has an addition that stems from their adhd. Oct 4, 2020 21:10:51 GMT
carlos55: I finally got some attention about my issues and I'm awaiting for my first appointment to see a psychiatrist in two weeks. Hopefully I can start to get a diagnosis and start some treatment. A diagnosis is extremely important to me initially. Oct 2, 2020 21:45:51 GMT
carlos55: I just joined and what goes on in me life, my head, it's just as though the people in the video are speaking about me, it's refreshing to hear I'm not alone. Oct 2, 2020 21:40:04 GMT
fabi: LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES: I am off from work until September, would like to volunteer for some charity. I would like it to be about supporting with ADHD awareness. Any suggestions? :) Aug 3, 2020 19:51:30 GMT
butterfly01: having trouble with coming off smoke then going back to smoking again as this calms my mind down a little not on any meds yet as waiting for diagnosed Jul 24, 2020 16:34:49 GMT
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ceadhc: . I'd thoroughly recommend reading the possible side-effects of Atemoxetine if you're a man and want to have children. Jul 15, 2020 17:28:22 GMT