- Tamsin Ford
- Tamsin Newlove-Delgado
- Astrid Janssens
Date of Recording
January 1, 2020
January 1, 2023
Have evidence to estimate the likely number of young adults in their population who will need transition
Understand the availability of services for young adults with ADHD and how to access them
Gain increased awareness of the impact of untreated ADHD at this crucial life-stage and the need for continued treatment for those that need it.
Understand the likely points for drop out from treatment and how the experience of transition could be improved to prevent loss of service
We do not issue CPD certificates for webinars or podcasts, as we are unable to verify participation.
However, you are still able to record as a CPD activity as you normally would, detailing what you have learned and how the learning will benefit your practice.
When recording the activity, delegates should focus on the reflection and detail the following:
- What did you learn?
- What effect has/will the learning had/have on your current practice?
- What further learning or action, if any, is needed as a result of the original learning activity?
If you have any questions, please contact the CPD team
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