Free online sessions for ADHD and autistic young people in years 7, 8 and 9 who experience school phobia or emotionally based school avoidance
Sessions available Mon-Weds 3pm and 6pm.
What we do
As a neurodivergent team of parents, educators and wellbeing experts, we understand the unique challenges that neurodivergent young people face, and how distressing it can be seeing your child unhappy, anxious, or fearful about attending school.
That’s why we’re running a series of FREE online sessions over the next few weeks.
Have a question?
If you have any questions about the sessions or who can attend contact us at email@example.com
Who can join?
Years 7, 8 and 9 can book in sessions this month.
We welcome waitlist sign-ups for other years.
No formal diagnosis is required to sign up
As part of our sessions we are offering a one-to-one parent call where you will have the chance to meet the team and tell us your family's unique needs.
My child is in year 7-9
My child is in a different year.
Over the next few weeks we will be running a series of 3 different sessions for young people in years 7, 8 and 9
These sessions will give young people the opportunity to
Connect with others who understand and share their struggles
Understand the unique challenges they face as neurodivergent people
Take part in tasks and learn techniques that will help improve their comfort and confidence.
"This is one of the few things I've done that has actually been written by and for people like me"
Sam, previous workshop participant
For parents we’re offering:
An introductory one-to-one session exploring your individual child’s needs, so we can tailor our group support appropriately
Online parent workshops where you can meet parents like you, and learn evidence-based techniques to support your child.
This is a supportive space, where we respect every child and family’s needs. No formal diagnosis needed for young people to attend!
Please read before booking
For safeguarding reasons, a caregiver must be present in the same room while their young person is participating.
There’s no pressure to be on camera and we use a range of communication techniques. There is no need to talk, or keep
cameras or microphones on if that is not comfortable for the individual.
All sessions are run by someone who is themselves ADHD or autistic, and the content is evidence-based and reviewed by mental health clinicians.
Sessions will be held in small groups of 6 to 8 young people.