Mike – Parenting Course Facilitator

Mike has recently retired as the lead nurse for ADHD in Kirklees CAMHS. 

He has been married to Debbie for over 40 years. They have four grown boys and an acquired daughter. Two of Mike’s sons would be diagnosed with ADHD today. Anyone who knows Mike will confidently tell you, that he could be as well.

He strongly advocates that the best outcomes for ADHD occur when families, schools and the community work together.

Mike’s favourite saying is ‘The question is, not can we afford to treat ADHD, but can we afford not to?’

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Lewis was diagnosed with ADHD as a child and has been attending peer support sessions since 2018.  He recently became one of our trustees.

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Chris is passionate about being a father, husband, and healthcare entrepreneur.

As a father to a son with Autism and ADHD (and having it too), supporting families is close to his heart.

At work, he’s a massive fan of building the best teams to tackle difficult challenges (such as making health easy, accessible, and affordable). As a Trustee, he brings his commercial expertise and dedication to support the running of the charity.

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