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Adult Neurodevelopmental Service
Telephone number: 024 7696 1355
Referral Criteria: GP referral only
The Adult Neurodevelopmental Service is an assessment and diagnostic service for people with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
- ASD - A lifelong condition that affects how a person communicates with, and relates to, other people. It also affects how they make sense of the world around them. People with ASD may wonder why they are 'different' and feel their social differences mean people don't understand them.
- ADHD - A neurodevelopmental condition that leads to difficulties such as hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity. ADHD can impact on a person's ability to function in different areas of life such as relationships and work. It can also lead to low self-esteem and other problems.
Going through the assessment process can give you, your family and friends a better understanding of your style and abilities. A diagnosis can help you identify your unique strengths and abilities, rather than seeing your differences as difficulties. It will also help you access support so you can manage the difficulties you experience. Following a diagnosis we offer group and/or individual support and signposting beyond the service.
You would be eligible for our service if you are registered with a GP in Coventry or Warwickshire, are over 17 years of age, have no known learning disability and are not currently under the care of Acute or Community Mental Health Services. You would not be eligible for an ASD assessment with our service if you previously have a diagnosis of ASD. You would not be eligible for an ADHD assessment with our service if you have previously had a diagnosis of ADHD.
Please speak to your GP who can refer you to us. Your GP will ask you to complete a brief questionnaire which will give us more information about your difficulties. After we have received your GP's referral letter we will contact you to confirm that you are on our waiting list.
Who We Are
We are a multidisciplinary team consisting of a Service Manager, an Administrator, a Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapists, Clinical Psychologists and an Assistant Psychologist.
Clinical Lead Occupational Therapist
Manager of Neurodevelopmental Services
Advanced Occupational Therapist
Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner
Clinical Lead Speech and Language Therapist
How to find us
City of Coventry Health Centre
Stoney Stanton Road
Main reception: 024 76961226
How to find us: Report to the reception desk on the ground floor or the reception desk on the 2nd floor as directed on your appointment letter.
Backhaus and Co. Café
Far Gosford Street,
How to find us: Upon arrival a member of the team will be there to greet you and show you to the room where the workshop will be held.
For directions and parking information please visit http://www.fargovillage.co.uk/
Longford Primary Care Centre
Main reception: 024 7664 6700
How to find us: Report to the reception desk immediately opposite the entrance.
3 Manor Court Avenue,
Avenue House reception: 0300 200 2008
How to find us: Please report to the reception desk on the left as soon as you enter the building.
First Floor, Loxley Unit (Building 2),
Stratford upon Avon,
Building 2 reception: 0300 303 1918
How to find us: When standing in car park looking at the building you will see 4 entrances. Adult Neurodevelopmental Reception is the far right hand side entrance, then take stairs or lift to 1st floor reception.
(Sat Nav postcode: CV21 2NP)
Main Reception: 01788 513700
How to find us: Please report to the reception desk at Brunel House.
Wood End Health Centre
67A Deedmore Road,
Main Reception: 024 7684 3100
How to find us: Report to the reception desk on the left hand side as you enter the building.