These conditions inhibit how the brain or central nervous system develops. They can affect emotional development and self-control, learning ability and memory. Common neurodevelopmental disorders include attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD),
autism, cerebral palsy, tourettes syndrome, and intellectual, hearing and listening disabilities.
Appropriate treatment generally reduces the challenges faced by someone with a neurodevelopmental disorder, improving their quality of life overall.
Feel free to call us or your GP if you or someone you know might be experiencing one of these conditions.