ADHD: indications for referral for those presenting with symptoms in primary care

A 2-page visual summary to know when and where to refer children and adults presenting to primary care with ADHD symptoms.


Usually, a child with behavioural problems will be referred to a school’s special educational needs coordinator (SENCO). Initially they can help with signposting advice for parents in order to gain support via local parent-training/education programmes.

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