An Introduction to ADHD Norfolk.
ADHD Norfolk understands first-hand the issues faced by those with ADHD/ADD and works with individuals, parents, families, schools and organisations to:
ADHD Norfolk was originally a voluntary organisation founded in 2007 by Andrea Bell. She formed the organisation after seeing the lack of services available to those with ADHD in Norfolk and has personal experience of the challenges faced by those with ADHD on a daily basis.
Originally, ADD Norfolk offered small meetings in a café in Kings St, Norwich but has since to become a registered charity and grown its services to provide a range of ADHD support services.
*Please note: ADHD Norfolk was previously known as ADD Norfolk. Sorry for the confusion! The change over started on September 1st 2017 and is due for completion January 1st 2018. This is to make it easier for people to understand what we do!
For those with ADHD to get both the support and respect they deserve so that they are not limited by the symptoms of ADHD.
To provide support to anyone affected by ADHD in Norfolk regardless of age, and to raise awareness of, and reduce the stigma surrounding ADHD.
EMPOWER those with ADHD to have a greater understanding of the condition and to live a life uninhibited by it.
SUPPORT those affected by ADHD so that the challenges presented by the condition become manageable.
IMPROVE services to ensure that those affected by ADHD receive the right support at the right time to enable them to live with ADHD in a positive manner.
ENABLE those with ADHD to fully participate in society.
REDUCE the stigma and marginalisation surrounding ADHD.
GROW ADHD Norfolk services so that we can reach more people and our services are accessible to all that need it.
ACCEPTANCE of everybody; embracing difference and diversity.
UNITED, together we are stronger.
RESPONSIVE to the national ADHD agenda.
DIGNITY is what everybody is entitled to regardless of our differences.
COMPASSION and UNDERSTANDING of anyone and their ADHD/ADD challenges.