‘Creative Brains 2020’ is the title of an art exhibition demonstrating the creative talent of adults and children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), being held at the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Malta Learning Centre in Qawra to coincide with ADHD Awareness Month.
Due to covid-19 health regulations, no visitors are allowed on the premises but the exhibition can be viewed on-line on ADHD Malta’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/ADHDMalta. Soprano Ruth Sammut Casingena gave permission for her YouTube song ‘Believe’ to be played in support of the art exhibition and ADHD Awareness Month at the opening on 19 October.
ADHD is a neuro-developmental brain disorder that starts in childhood and remains a lifelong condition. ADHD Malta is the local support group that reaches out to anyone with ADHD, their parents and family.
ADHD Malta invites anyone who wants to know more to visit their website www.adhdmalta.org.mt or to e-mail: email@example.com, where they can request their new information booklet or ask any questions they may have. Lifelong membership of the society entitles you to on-line support, monthly (on-line) meetings, counselling, a library, courses, booklets and access to other information.