Youth Club

We are happy to confirm the following Youth Club dates for the next year

20th Jan
24th Feb
24th March
28th April
12th May
23rd June
18th Aug
22nd Sept
20th Oct
17th Nov
15th Dec

We have been lucky to receive funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, which will support the youth club for the next year.

The session will have a small cost of £2.50 for non members but please be aware we will require proof of ADHD. diagnosis or being on pathway.

The club is part of our membership so therefore is free to our members children and young people with ADHD and their siblings.

If you wish to attend a club session, you must book due to numbers.

Please contact us on 07480824868 or if you are already a member on our WhatsApp Group

Parents and carers are required to stay on site (tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided).

The venue is Park Farm Centre Carr Mill (click here for map).

Time: 6.30-8.30pm.


Parents Support Meetings

We have finalised the dates for the parents support meetings for the next year.

They will be held at the Millennium Centre, St Helens from 10am til 1pm on the following dates:

5th January
2nd February
2nd march
20th April AGM
4th May
15th June
6th July
No meeting August
7th September
5th October
2nd November
7th December


April is Autism Awareness Month

Although CPMP is predominantly anADHD Charity. ADHD is a neuro development condition, which can co exist with a number of other neuro developmental conditions such as Autism, Tourette’s, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia.

It is important to us to raise the awareness and acceptance of all neuro developmental conditions.

The 28th March-3 April is World Autism Acceptance week. The National Autistic Society has information on nationwide celebration events, fund raising and challenges to help you show your support.

1 in every 100 people in the UK has an autism diagnosis (around 700,000 people), and there will be many more individuals who are autistic but have gone undiagnosed. Between 20-50% of people with ADHD are also autistic. April is a great time to learn more about autism, help educate others and dispel stereotypes, and celebrate the autistic people in our lives. So “Light it up #REDinstead” or “Wear gold for Autism” this month.