The South Hampshire ADHD Register is a unique research project involving children aged 3 - 18 years who have ADHD or show ADHD type symptoms.
We aim to gather a wide range of information about children with ADHD to help drive current and future research into this disorder.We work in collaboration with local NHS healthcare providers, as well as researchers from the University of Southampton and overseas collaborators.
This website is designed to provide specific information for everyone who might be involved in the SHARe project.We have information for Clinicians interested in referring patients to our research project, as well as information for parents and families who think their child may have ADHD type symptoms and be interested in being involved in this research project.The website also hopes to provide information for families who have already taken part in a SHARe assessment, to keep them updated with our progress and with any other research they might like to be involved in. This website also aims to provide a means of contact for those of you interested in being involved in the SHARe project.The SHARe Register currently has over 160 families registered, and we plan to continue to increase this for the years to come.
The SHARe project is run by a team of researchers with extensive experience in conducting cognitive assessments and working with children. All researchers conducting cognitive assessments have been trained by a Clinical Psychologist, and have worked as an Assistant Psychologist previously.