Websites, Books, and Additional Reading Materials

There are various websites, books, and additional reading materials specific to ADHD in England. These resources offer further information and insights. Here are some recommendations:

  1. Websites:
  1. ADHD Foundation ( The website provides information, resources, and support for individuals with ADHD and their families.
  2. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) ( NICE offers evidence-based guidance on ADHD management and treatment in England.
  1. Books:
  1. “ADHD: A Complete and Authoritative Guide” by Michael I. Reiff and Sherill Tippins: A comprehensive guide providing information on ADHD, treatment options, and strategies for managing symptoms.
  2. “Taking Charge of Adult ADHD” by Russell A. Barkley: A book specifically addressing ADHD in adults, offering practical strategies and insights for self-management.
  1. Additional Reading Materials:
  1. Leaflets and brochures from local ADHD clinics or healthcare providers.
  2. Research articles and publications from reputable sources, such as academic journals or the British Psychological Society (BPS) website.

Take advantage of these resources and support networks to enhance your understanding of ADHD and access valuable information and assistance.

Reflect on the local support groups, charities, government resources, helplines, online communities, websites, books, and additional reading materials discussed in this module. Utilising these resources can provide valuable support and knowledge to individuals with ADHD and their families in England.