The Leeds Adult ADHD Service provides specialist assessment and management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adults and young people in transition (from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, known as CAMHS) who require ongoing monitoring and management of their condition.
We liaise with social and occupational services where appropriate and offer training in and help to raise awareness of Adult ADHD to interested stakeholders.
Referrals are welcome both for individuals, whom have had a previous diagnosis of ADHD and require reassessment due to current symptoms and impairments, and those individuals whom have had no previous diagnosis, but have symptoms and impairments both currently and dating back to early childhood which are consistent with an ADHD diagnosis.
For more information on moving from the Children and Adolescent mental health service to the Leeds Adult ADHD service you can download the CAMHS to ADHD leaflet.
For those diagnosed with ADHD, the following treatments are provided
- Medication for ADHD
- Group work including:- Organisation and Time Management, & Mindfulness groups.
Due to the current covid-19 restrictions, appointments are currently carried out predominantly remotely using video and telephone calls.
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We do not accept self-referrals – referrals can only be accepted from professionals.
All referrals need to include a referral form completed by the professional making the referral AND a service user completed form.
We ask that professionals please complete the attached referrer form and that they ask the service user to complete the service user form. Both the referrer and service user completed parts must be sent together via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.