The clinic staff held a very successful event, attended by many special educational needs teachers from a wide range of London schools at the King Fahad Academy. This is part of a programme provided by the Centre to continue to inform teachers on the importance of ADHD in the classroom. A similar talk was held
LANC is always pleased to support ADHD Awareness Week. To find out more, please visit, http://www.adhdawareness.org/.
The LANC has chosen this year to support the Celia Cross Greyhound Trust. For over 40 years this charity has been re-homing and caring for retired, abandoned or mistreated greyhounds at Sun Valley Kennels, Shere Road, West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey GU4 8SH. Tel: 01483 222832; www.celiacross.org.uk. Naturally, extensive funding is required to be able to
In October 2010 the LANC opened its London branch in Upper Harley Street (Brunswick Place), London. This was decided as a result of the growing demand of patients from London and from north of London to be seen nearer their home as well as being accessible for overseas patients. The additional branch is close to