Other sources of information and assistance


Learning Assessment & Neurocare Centre

Dr G D Kewley, consultant paediatrician,
   and colleagues,
48-50 Springfield Road,
Horsham RH12 2PD

Tel:01403 240002
Fax:01403 260900

Specialises in neurobiological disorders, especially ADHD and related conditions.

Barbara Follows, M.Ed

Tel:07736 067026

Surrey-based confidential consultancy and professional advocacy for parents, carers and schools who have concerns about a child's behaviour.

Coram Children's Legal Centre

Tel:08088 020008

A source of free legal information, advice and representation to children, their families and carers, as well as international consultancy on child law and children's rights.

Positive Thinking & ADHD

Moderated by author and blogger Bryan Hutchinson, this website features his blog and also hosts an online social network of over 5,000 people who are "positively living with ADD and ADHD".

ADDiss Information Services

PO Box 340,
Edgware HA8 9HL

Tel:020 8906 9068
Fax:020 8959 0727

Organises local and national seminars and provides information, support, training and resources on ADHD for both parents and professional workers. A large number of books and videos are for sale.


A comprehensive website covering a wide range of information on ADHD. Adder's objective is to promote awareness of ADHD and to provide information and practical help to adults and children with the condition and their families.

Hyperactive Children's Support Group

71 Whyke Lane,
Chichester PO19 2LD

Tel:01243 551313
Fax:01243 552019

Provides support, information and a range of literature, including The Journal newsletter three times a year. Also provides training and awareness-raising events at its Wimbledon branch in London (Tel: 020 8946 4444).


US website for ADD Magazine with lots of helpful tips and information.

Latest news

Annual report published

Our last two annual reports can be found on the menu under "About us".

The case for early intervention

PACE report

Our "Preventative Action is Cost-Effective" (PACE) report presents the economic and social arguments for providing early intervention and preventative services for children and young people with ADHD, high functioning autism and related learning disabilities in Surrey.

The Studio's multi-systemic approach has been shown to achieve positive outcomes in such cases and, as this report shows, it has the expertise to fill this gap in special needs provision.

View or download the PACE report.

CAMHS survey results


Following a period of research among parents, carers and young people who completed online surveys and attended stakeholder events across Surrey between July and October 2014, Surrey's Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) has produced its Engagement Report, which summarises key messages regarding perceived unmet needs and priorities for the service.

Family Voice

Family Voice Surrey

Family Voice Surrey (FVS) is the official Parent Carer Forum for Surrey, working with key decision-makers in education, health and social care to represent the families of children and young people with additional needs. You can read more about it on its website.

We urge you to sign up to be represented by FVS.