West Sussex. It specialises in the management of children, adolescents and adults with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties, especially AD/HD and related conditions including Asperger’s Syndrome, specific learning difficulties, dyslexia, Tourette Syndrome and emotional and behavioural problems. As many of these conditions interact and overlap, there is a great deal of emphasis placed on careful evaluation and subsequent liaison with
The LANC was impressed and encouraged to hear Mr Rory Bremner’s BBC discussion about his own ADHD. It was almost the first time we are aware of that there has been a very good, unbiased, informative and constructive programme on the condition.
The clinic has long been concerned that the current NHS structure largely currently precludes people attending the Centre under NHS funding, although this has always been our ethos. We do have several specific NHS contracts but the Clinic has always considered that, particularly in areas where unsatisfactory services are provided by the NHS, that patients
The LANC was established by Dr Geoff Kewley, he started this Centre out of concern at the lack of appropriate service provision in the UK at that time for the assessment and management of children with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties particularly ADHD.