Parent ADHD support group soon to launch in Edmonton thanks to charity Enfield Parents and Children

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Free monthly support sessions for parents of children with a learning disorder will start in Edmonton next month.

The new group, set up by charity Enfield Parents and Children, aims to help parents whose children have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

The first two-hour session, which will be led by specialists, is expected to start at 11am on Wednesday March 6 in Marsh House in Montagu Road.

Special needs consultant Abeer Kabariti, who will host the session, said: “When managed at an early stage, many of the childhood problems of ADHD can be coped with, and it is possible to have a useful independent adult life. 

“This group aims to provide sufficient information and enable parents to share their experiences to learn new ways which allow for change.”

To attend, calling Enfield Parents and Children on 020 8373 2730, or email

Future dates for the support group are scheduled for April 24, May 22, June 19, and July 3.

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