Invitation to participate in an online survey for those who were diagnosed with ADHD/ADD before age 18, are between 18-40 and have no knowledge of any high pervasive impact disorders (Autism, Asperger’s, Personality Disorders). If you meet the criteria outlined above and wish to participate, please click on the link below to complete this anonymous
Sleep Assessments Now Available
WHAT ARE SLEEP DIFFICULTIES? Sleep difficulties can include problems with falling asleep, night waking, sleep walking, night terrors, early waking and specific sleep disorders. Sleep difficulties can occur in any child or adolescent and can lead to severe sleep deprivation which can effect concentration and daytime behaviour. WHAT CAN A SLEEP ASSESSMENT IDENTIFY? A sleep
1-2-3 Magic Courses
The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre are now offering 1-2-3 Magic courses. The course is run from 10am to 5pm in Chertsey, Surrey and is aimed at parents of children aged between 2 and 12 years old who are experiencing challenging behaviour. 1-2-3 Magic is the leading resource for parenting solutions that are easy-to-learn and
LANC Research at the Society of Applied Neuroscience
The Society of Applied Neuroscience conference is currently taking place in the Netherlands. The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre submitted an abstract investigating the effect of QEEG informed neurofeedback in patients with ADHD. If you would like to know more about the conference as well as other abstracts and presentations, please click here.
LANC at the 4th World Congress on ADHD, Milan
Dr Neil Rutterford is representing the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre at the 4th World Congress on ADHD in Milan this weekend. Dr Rutterford is presenting research conducted at the Centre which evaluates co-morbidities in an ADHD sample and if QEEG measures can discriminate between these co-morbidities. Please see the attached photo for more details
Occupational Therapy Assessments
The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre is now able to offer Occupational Therapy Assessments. The purpose of occupational therapy is to help the child or young person to achieve or maintain their maximum level of independence and to develop practical life skills so that he/she can participate to his/her full potential in the home and
If you meet the criteria outlined and wish to participate, please click on the link below to complete this anonymous and confidential 10 minute survey.