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ADHD

 

What is ADHD

 

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ADHD
 
 


Pathway

The ADHD Pathway is made up of a team of experienced professionals from a range of disciplines, and sits within the Pupil Support Service

Pupil Support Service

We accept referrals from the child or young person’s school. Please be aware we do not accept referrals for children under the age of six.

In the first instance, schools should complete the PSS referral form and tick the ADHD pathway. Further documentation will be sent out for both schools and parents to complete. Schools should include reports from other professionals, which may support a child or young person’s referral. A copy of the QB check should also be included if this available to school. Once all of the documentation has been received by PSS, the ADHD Triage Panel then triages the referral and a decision made as to whether the child or young person is accepted onto the pathway. Once accepted all relevant information is passed to HYM.
adhd pathway
 
 

Waiting Times

Assessment Queries – Pupil Support Service
Consultation will be available 1pm – 4pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon when specialist practitioners are available for schools to contact. Wednesday afternoons will have a Cognition and Learning practitioner available.  Early Years Specialists experienced in social and communication needs and social, emotional and mental health needs are available.
Telephone: 0161 342 5503
 
For diagnostic pathway queries with CAMHS please email: pcn-tr.info.tghym@nhs.net please include the details of the child or young person. The team will review these queries weekly. Or call 01617163600 to request support.

 

LANC UK

Lanc

Tameside and Glossop CCG has recognised the demand on the pathway over the last 12 months and has commissioned an external provider who also operates in neighbouring areas to see around 200 new cases until March 2022.

LANC UK will work closely with Healthy Young Minds to offer families a choice, LANC UK will provide the diagnosis and titration of medication and the young person will be seen back in Healthy Young Minds once they are stabilised.

https://www.lanc.org.uk/related-conditions/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder/
https://www.lanc.org.uk/clinical-assessment-adhd-asd/
 


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