Note from the Trustees
Our monthly group meetings, activities and youth club are currently suspended due to the Corona 19 virus lock down. We are keeping up with current guidance and will review the situation regularly.
We are still here!!! You can find us on Facebook and email for questions and information. Keep an eye on our blog. Our members are still receiving support on our confidential WhatsApp group.
We understand how difficult the current situation is for families at the moment. We are living it too! All the trustees and volunteers at CPMP care for a child or young person with ADHD.
Please remember to take care of yourself, you can’t care for others if you jug is half full or empty. If the home schooling thing isn’t working, don’t do it. That’s what the teachers are there to sort out when everyone goes back to school. The health and well being of your family is more important!
Welcome to Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD Support.
We are a registered charity run by volunteers, providing support and information to parents and carers of children and young people diagnosed with the neuro-developmental condition Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).
We aim to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding ADHD, whilst providing a support network for parents and carers of children with ADHD in St Helens and the surrounding areas.
Check out our blog page for all our latest news.
Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.
The content provided by our clairspmpadhd.org website and within Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD Support Group is intended for informational, general knowledge and support purposes only. It is in no way intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking an assessment based on something you may have read on this site. Also, you should not use the information on this website, or any information on links from this site, to diagnose or treat ADHD and/or co-morbidities in yourself or others. Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD encourage all internet users to be careful when using online information concerning medical maters. We would ask that you proceed with caution and always consult your GP or specialist before using any online health information or advice. Although we diligently review our online material, Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD cannot guarantee (nor take responsibility for) the medical accuracy of documents we publish, or any information we make available, nor can Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD assume any liability for the content of any websites linked to our site.
Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD Support, Charity number 1180986