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Aspergers and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder services

Our teams provide diagnosis and support for people living with Asperger Syndrome and other neurodevelopmental conditions.

Liverpool Aspergers service

The Liverpool Aspergers team is a pioneering specialist team that provides assessment and support to working age adults within Liverpool and assessment services across the country. The team consists of nurses and social work colleagues, with support from medical colleagues within the Liverpool community learning disability team.

Liverpool Asperger’s Team


Mersey Care NHS Trust Community Hub
Falklands Approach
Norris Green
L11 5BS

Telephone: 0151 737 4800

Fax: 0151 737 4870

Sefton Aspergers service

Sefton Aspergers service provides diagnosis and support for people living with Asperger Syndrome from its base at the Hesketh Centre in Southport. We aim to provide specialist support for those people who may have previously fallen through the gaps by not being regarded as having a mental health problem or a learning disability.

Our person centred care uses creative interventions which help with the social and communication difficulties faced by people with Asperger syndrome, their families and care teams. Our team works with other services such as social services and local colleges to help support service users.

Anyone aged 18 years and over may self-refer or be referred by another person for example a family member; GP or other mental health professional.

Sefton Asperger Service


2nd Floor

Hesketh Centre

51-55 Albert Road



Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) service Sefton

The adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder service in Sefton is an award winning service that has a proven track record in providing innovative care to adults with ADHD. It serves patients transitioning to adult care from community paediatrics and CAMHS as well as providing a comprehensive assessment and diagnostic service for adults referred by their GP. The service adheres to the NICE guidance in its approach to treatment and medication is monitored by the treating clinician. We have fostered strong links locally with third sector organisations that offer additional support for families of patients with ADHD. Referral can be made via the patient's GP and following a comprehensive initial assessment, a formulation is provided. Comorbid psychiatric issues are addressed by referral to the relevant CMHT. ADHD is a complex condition and as such we recognise the importance of the initial assessment being carried out by a medical professional. We are currently supported by two consultant psychiatrists and a speciality doctor.

Tel: 0151 330 6904