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ADHD - Petition to increase NHS provisions and funding for Adults with ADHD

Susan L. Dunn Morua | 06.07.2009 17:53 | Education | Health | Birmingham | South Coast

We are asking the Prime Minister to ensure that NHS service provisions and funding arrangements for services for adults with ADHD are reviewed and revised urgently.

Would be interested in signing the petition which we (AADD-UK) have placed on the 10 Downing Street website and then forwarding it to others who might find it relevant. We don’t usually send out emails like this, but this is so important that we felt it was necessary to contact everybody and if it isn’t relevant please accept our apologies and disregard this email.

Here is a link to the full petition:

If we can get 500 or more signatures, the petition will be either sent to officials who work for the Prime Minister in Downing Street, or will be sent to the Department of Health for a response so we are asking you to read the petition, and if you agree with it, to sign it, and then forward this email to anyone else who might be interested. More than 500 signatures increases the amount of attention the Government will pay to the petition and will help them learn about ADHD.

Note: if you sign the petition, you will be sent an email asking you to confirm that you want your name to be added by clicking a link within the email. It's possible that this email could land in your spam filters or junk mail folders, so please check these if you do not get a confirmation email.

And please let us know if we can be of further assistance to you.

Kind regards,


Susan L. Dunn Morua

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder UK (AADD-UK)
Bristol & South East Wales Adult ADHD Support Group

01761 462553

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  1. More info please — Bob
  2. Quote from professor Emeritus — An Adult with ADHD
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