ADHD research

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ADHD Connections has close links with the National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH) with one of our founding Trustees, Zoe Piper, being a research champion.

Zoe said:

Being engaged with research is one of the most important aspects of my work with ADHD Connections. I aim to learn as much as I can about ADHD; from diagnosis to treatments, right through to the widespread social implications of the condition. I have spent the last few years attending seminars and taking part in genetic studies in Cardiff with Professor Anita Thapar, all of which were provided by NCMH.

If you would like to take part in this research you can fill in your details on the form at the bottom right of the page on Zoe’s research champion profile.

Support groups

Support groups

We hold regular support groups for parents of children with ADHD. Come along and join us, you’ll receive a friendly welcome, plenty of understanding and an opportunity to find out more about how to support your child.



Welcome to our new website. Keep coming back for more information about ADHD. Find out how you can support your children and family members who have ADHD and come along to our events and activities where children can have fun and their families can relax and meet new people.

How we can help:

Online support group for families supporting children with ADHD

Regular support group meetings

Activities for children with ADHD and their families

Advice on managing ADHD