**Nid yw’r safle we hwn yn cael eu diweddaru rhagor oherwydd mae’r rhaglen gyfredol Law yn Llaw at Blant a phobl ifanc (T4CYP) wedi gorffen. Byddem ni’n gweithio a’r tudalennau we newydd yn ystod 2020, ar ôl i’r cyllid cael ei chadarnhau ar gyfer y rhaglen newydd T4CYP(2).**

**This website is no longer updated, as the current Together for Children and Young People (T4CYP) Programme has ended. We will be working on new, bilingual website pages in 2020, once funding has been agreed for a refocussed T4CYP (2) Programme.**

 

The Neurodevelopment work stream will consider how best, and who is best placed, to meet the needs of those with neurodevelopmental and learning disabilities in a timely and effective manner.

 


Chair: Dr Cath Norton, Consultant Paediatrician

Lead Officer: Andrea Gray 

  • Better understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)/Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) across all agencies
  • Bespoke care pathways for individuals with ADHD/ASD
  • Timely access to those needing specialist assessment and treatment services
  • Drawing together the skills of mental health, paediatrics, therapists and LD

 


  • Neurodevelopmental Diagnostic Pathway 

The products and resources below can be found at:​ www.1000livesplus.wales.nhs.uk/neurodevelopmental-services

  • Guidance on the Delivery of Neurodevelopmental Services in Wales
  • Guidance on the Delivery of Neurodevelopmental Services in Wales - Data collection questions
  • Neurodevelopment: Protocol for second opinion re-assessment
  • Clinicians' Toolkit - ADHD assessment tool for children and adolescents
  • Clinicians' toolkit - ASD in children

  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - A Brief Guide to the Act, Adapt, Adopt, Abandon Neurodevelopmental (4AND) Approach to Service Delivery
  • Aneurin Bevan University Health Board - Digital ASD and ADHD resources for children, young people and their parents/carers

CARIAD (Centre for Autism/ADHD Research, Intervention and Diagnosis), the tertiary Neurodevelopmental service, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board provides specialist expertise in multi-disciplinary assessment and management of children with complex neurodevelopmental disorders. These digital stories and resources have been produced by the CARIAD team along with young people, parents/carers and professionals

  • Matrics Cymru - Guidance for Delivering Evidence-Based Psychological Therapy in Wales
  • ADHD Clinicians' toolkit resource - Consensus All Wales Guideline for Monitoring Children Receiving Medication for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)