Page Updated 21st May 2022


Free Downloadable Resources

STLS 5Free Downloadable Resources

Adhd parentsADHD: A compact guide for parents
Adhd handbookHandbook for Families. Information on Autism and ADHD
Impact of ADHD on the school dayImpact of ADHD on the School Day ADDiss
Strategies and Tools
Adhd 1Activity Items 
Ultimate ADHD ToolkitThe Ultimate ADHD Tookit by ADDitude
Sleep seekers living with adhd 247Sleep Seekers. Living with ADHD 24/7
NasOrganising & Prioritising for all Audiences
Keep calm and break it downKeep Calm and Break it Down, template.
Executive functioning 101Executive Functioning 101 was created by the National Centre for Learning Disabilities
Stop and thinkStop and Think An easy access CBT approach to guiding young people through reflecting on decisions their thoughts and feelings.
Mood diaryMood DiaryThis diary can help parents, teachers, doctors and young children keep track of their moods and progress.
SpeechTelling Friends I have ADHD

Signposting - Organisations and Support

Below is a listing of various organisations that can provide services relating to ADHD.
If any of the details below require updating or amending, let us know
Please be aware that the organisations listed on this page are provided for information purposes only, and are not endorsed or recommended by STLS. You should always ensure that any service, activity or therapy that you are considering for your child / young person is appropriate to their needs. 

STLS 5Signposting

AddissADDISS provides information and resources about ADHD.
AdditudeADDitude offers expert advice and support for living better with ADHD and its related mental health conditions.
Adhd 2ADHD Partnership Support a pack is full of practical advice on ADHD which has been developed for parents and teachers.
Living with adhdLiving with ADHD offers downloadable resources for parents, teachers and students.
NasNational Autistic Society offer information on how ADHD can affect children and adults
Adhd foundationADHD Foundation An integrated health and education service for the 1 in 5 people who live with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Tourette’s Syndrome.


This animation discusses what it means to have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
ADHD is widely misunderstood. The goal of this video is to educate children between the ages of 6 to 12 on what ADHD is, the various symptoms of the disorder, and how the symptoms can be inhibited.
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