Betty TV Developing Documentary Series About ADHD
We received the following from Betty TV....
Do you or anyone in your family have ADHD?
Does it make family life stressful and is it sometimes hard to cope?
Would you be happy to talk about your experiences?
Prescriptions of Ritalin for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have quadrupled in a decade. ADHD is the most common behavioural disorder in the UK and it is estimated the condition affects 2-5% of school-aged children and young people.
‘betty tv’ is developing a sensitive and in-depth documentary raising awareness about ADHD and exploring treatments/therapies that could help.
If you would like to know more and think your family might be interested in taking part please contact Saskia on 0771 5111997 or email@example.com
betty, the independent TV company making this series, has a track record in making sensitive and critically acclaimed films about modern life. These include BAFTA nominated Breaking Up With The Joneses for Channel 4, a powerful, sensitive film following one family as they go through divorce; Find Me a Family, a critically acclaimed Channel 4 series about a pioneering project which tries to find homes for the children who no-one else has come forward to adopt; and The Undateables, a returning series for Channel 4 which follows the journeys of several extraordinary singletons and offers greater insight into the issues, barriers and prejudices faced by people living with challenging conditions.
For more info about betty please see our website: www.betty.co.uk
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