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May 2 , 2013 adminlclc

LANC in Newport

The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre is pleased to announce that we are able to offer paediatric initial assessments and long term care in a Centre in Newport.  The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre have collaborated with the Dyscovery Centre to be able to offer this service to our patients.  The Dyscovery Centre have provided

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May 2 , 2013 adminlclc

Cogmed at LANC

Cogmed is a computer based memory training program for both children and adults and is made up of 25 sessions that aim to improve your working memory capacity. Throughout the program, the software adapts to your ability, meaning it increases in difficulty as your performance improves, but drops if you’re finding it too difficult. Each

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April 3 , 2013 adminlclc

ADHD Adult Services

It is now widely recognised that ADHD is a condition that not only effect’s children but often continues to effect individuals throughout adulthood.  In fact, evidence shows that 70% of individuals diagnosed during childhood will continue to show symptoms as an adult. The current Diagnostic Statically Manual (DSM), diagnostic criteria is primarily constructed for a

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April 3 , 2013 adminlclc

LANC in Leicester

The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre is pleased to announce that we are able to offer paediatric initial assessments and long term care in a Centre in Leicester.  The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre have collaborated with ADHD Solutions CIC to be able to offer this service to our patients.  ADHD solutions CIC have a

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March 20 , 2013 adminlclc

Creativity and Neurodevelopmental Conditions

Many individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions also have some amazing talents. An example of this is the incredible art work by one of our 11 year old patients. To see examples of this young boys talent, please click on the link below http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CD4QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FBenjaminDavidsPictureGallery&ei=L5k9UYmDONSQ7Aa36IDYDw&usg=AFQjCNHoHuIEC4fO-CM41oxeY9QDweNKGg&sig2=6Xc_LTDJGQHAH-Sbs30qlA&bvm=bv.43287494,d.ZGU      

March 11 , 2013 adminlclc

Celebrating 20 Years of LANC

This year, the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre is celebrating 20 years of excellence. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin or contact us by phone or email to keep up to date about upcoming celebratory events.        

January 31 , 2013 adminlclc

Society of Applied Neuroscience Conference in 2014

Dr Rutterford has been asked to sit on the organising committee for the next conference held by the Society of Applied Neuroscience in 2014 – the Year of the Brain! The conference is likely to be limited to 400 delegates and be held in the Netherlands. More details to follow….

January 30 , 2013 adminlclc

The HealthEat Project

Dr Rutterford is involved in The HealthEat project, a multi-site research application to the Marie Curie Initial Training Network along with colleagues from universities in Maastricht, Ghent, Freiburg, Birmingham and Swansea. The HealthEat project will increase knowledge of the psychological processes that contribute to overeating and obesity in children and adults. The aim is to

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December 17 , 2012 adminlclc

Centre Academy East Anglia Symposium on Special Needs Education

Dr Kewley and Dr Rutterford will be speaking at the Centre Academy East Anglia Symposium on Special Needs Education on the 14th January 2013.  The symposium will be addressed to the school community and a variety of other guests. Dr Rutterford will be talking about how QEEGs can be used to help the diagnosis of

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December 12 , 2012 adminlclc

ADHD and Crime

The facts: People with ADHD are twice as likely to commit a crime People with ADHD commit three times as many offences as those without the disorder People with ADHD are more susceptible to problematic drug use People with ADHD are more likely to attempt to take their own life Phillip Anderton spoke at the

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November 5 , 2012 adminlclc

LANC At Harrow Learning and Development Exhibition

The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre will be having a stand at the Harrow Learning and Development Exhibition on Sunday 17th March 2013.  Stands will be covering a wide range of areas including concentration, auditory processing, self-esteem, inclusion, organisation, visual processing as well as many more. For more information, please see the poster below or click

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October 29 , 2012 adminlclc

Article Published in the “ADHD in Practice”

Dr Kewley and Hannah Wachnianin have recently written an article about ADHD and giftedness which has been published in this autumns “ADHD in Practice.”  The article discuss’ the role of ADHD and intelligence, the ability to hyperfocus, defining giftedness, misdiagnosis and the relevance of IQ scores. Many gifted people with ADHD gravitate towards the average,

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October 26 , 2012 adminlclc

Dr Rutterford’s Letter in West Sussex County Times

Dr Rutterford recently wrote to the West Sussex County Times informing readers of ADHD awareness week and the holistic assessment process that the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre takes. To read the article, please click here.

October 26 , 2012 adminlclc

UK Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN) – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

A member of our team recently attended a UKAAN workshop, which provided training in psychological treatment for ADHD adolescents and adults. The workshop introduced the ‘Young-Bramham Programme’, a client-centred modular program based on the latest findings in the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy field. This CBT treatment is for ADHD symptoms: inattention and memory problems, time management,

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Online Study

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).

Online Study

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.

This study has full ethical approval and aims to examine the potential differences between self and public stigma concerns in disclosures versus non-disclosures of ADHD/ADD. Additional information is outlined on the first page of the survey.

Take the Survey

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