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Ten Top Tips for Sports Coaches: Working with Children and Young People with ADHD

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  • 10 Jun 2022
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ADHD is a neurological condition affecting 5% of the population. Children and young people with ADHD can be highly creative, energetic, motivated and passionate. The condition can also present challenges in attentional regulation, impulsivity and hyperactivity. If a child with ADHD is fully engaged and included, they will be an absolute asset to your team or club.

Youth Sports Trust and the ADHD Foundation explore some ideas to help make your club or team an inclusive place for children and young people with ADHD.

To coincide with UK Coaching Week, Josh (23) from the ADHD Foundation, shares his experiences of being neurodiverse and the impact participating in sport has had on his sense of belonging. Please read Josh's blog here: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/news-insight/blogs/how-sport-can-create-a-sense-of-belonging-and-inclusion

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