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ADHD Foundation - The Neurodiversity Charity

*Please note that as a result of COVID-19 , some of our work remains virtual. 

You can access our website and our social media pages for information about our services, ADHD and it's co-occurring conditions.

About us

We work in partnership with individuals, families, doctors, teachers and other agencies to improve  emotional well being, educational attainment, behaviour and life chances through better understanding and self management of ADHD, ASD, and associated conditions.  The Foundation also works with partners across all sectors to promote inclusion and life chances in health, education and employment.


What do we do?
We support Liverpool families through providing:


  • Early years support for both public and private early years providers across the city


  • Information, advice and guidance to parents


  • Online Skill Building Training for Parents/Carers  around Understanding and Supporting ADHD and associated difficulties.


  • Online therapy/counselling/CBT for Looked After Children from LCC Virtual School


  • Online therapy and continuity support for children and young people referred by schools


  • QB Testing to screen for ADHD and assist with diagnosis for LCC Virtual School


  • Monthly drop-in support sessions for families living with Tourette’s Syndrome.


  • Monthly virtual drop-in support sessions for families living with ADHD


  • Social Media support for 150,000+ followers


  • A wide range of information and support documents, podcast and webinars available on our website


  • Neurodiversity Clinic (private service)




In addition, we are also the leading training provider for Education, Health and Social Care professionals in Health, Education and Social care sectors. Training enquiries to 

Traded services are available to schools and colleges.


Who can we support?
We support Children and Young People with a diagnosis of ADHD, or on the pathway to a diagnosis, living in Liverpool. We offer a wide variety of services to other areas, accessible via schools.


We offer advice and training for professionals nationwide.




How can I gain support?


This changes depending on which borough you live in. Contact us on 0151 541 9020  or email for information on how to access support.


We also run monthly drop-in support sessions across  the Wirral. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for details.


How can I get more information about Training for Professionals?


Contact our National Training Director Colin Foley on 0151 237 2661 or for more information.


How can I get more information about Neurodiversity Clinic services?


Contact Rachel Keeton or for more information.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Lisa Rudge
Contact Position
Director of Parent & Family Services

Where to go

ADHD Foundation
54, St James Street
L1 0AB

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Office hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm Friday.
Time of day

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For more information, please visit our website at,

Find us on Facebook at

Follow us on Twitter @ADHDFoundation

Local Offer

Contact Telephone
Contact Email
ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity Website
Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Primary (5 to 11)
Secondary (11 to 16)
Early Years (0 to 5)
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