08 Oct

Adult AD/HD Groups North East Support Groups North East UK – October 2021 Meetings

Middlesbrough (Tuesday 5th October) Langdon Square Community Centre Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough TS8 OTF [new venue]

Durham (Thursday 14th October) Waddington Street Centre, 3 Waddington Street, Durham City DH1 4BG

South Shields (Tuesday 21st October) Age Concern (ACTS) Dora Dixon House, 29 Beach Road / Corner of Anderson Street. NE33 2QU

Middlesbrough Tuesday 5th

Langdon Square Community Centre Coulby Newham TS8 OTF
Thanks to Gordon Williams*, one of our long term allies in Middlesbrough, we will joining in with his new Neuro Key meetings at a new venue in Coulby Newham on the first Tuesday of every month! This gives us a fantastic opportunity to discuss the interrelationships between AD/HD and all the other neurodiverse comorbid conditions that can occur, including ADHD, ASD, PTSD, Brain injury, FASD, Tourett’s etc

The venue sounds great and there’s a big free car park. As usual, everyone is welcome who has an interest in ADHD etc, including carers, family members, professionals working in the field etc. For further information about the venue, or Neuro key, an alliance supporting people with neurological conditions (established by Gordon) email neurologicallychallenged@hotmail.com

facebook page @NeurokeyTVDNY And please check out Gordon’s amazing blog

Hiding Neurodiversity in plain sight: A lifetime of Masking, Suppressing and Acting.

Download Middlesbrough flyer here


Durham: Thursday 14th October  (6-9)

Thanks to our lovely friends at Waddy we will be having our support group meetings back in the heart of Durham City!  Venue: Waddington Street Centre, 3 Waddington Street, Durham City DH1 4BG

Download Durham flyer here

South Shields: Thursday 21st October (6-9pm)

Venue: Age Concern (ACTS) Dora Dixon House, 29 Beach Road / corner of Anderson Street, South Shields NE33 2QU. Thanks once again to Age Concern for their invaluable support.

Download South Shields flyer here

We always look forward to seeing everybody who can make it along to any of our meetings.


Bill Scott
Adult AD/HD Support Groups North East