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Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre

Logo - Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre: Treatment for AD/HD and neurodevelopmental disorders in Horsham, West Sussex
Name
Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre
Address
48-50 Springfield Road
City/Town
Horsham
County
West Sussex
50 Springfield Road
Horsham
England
RH12 2PD
United Kingdom
Postcode
RH12 2PD
Tel
01403 240 002
Fax
01403 260 900
Owned by:Independently owned
Services and treatments available
  • Anxiety
  • Aspergers Syndrome
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Complex and challenging behaviour
  • Dyslexia
Profile
The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre is an independent organisation based in Upper Harley Street (Brunswick Place), London, and Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 2PD offering treatment of complex neurodevelopmental difficulties, especially ADHD and related conditions including Asperger's syndrome, specific learning difficulties, dyslexia, Tourette syndrome, and emotional and behavioural problems.

The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre (LANC) is an independent, multi-disciplinary clinic in Upper Harley Street (Brunswick Place), London and Horsham, West Sussex. It specialises in the management of children, adolescents, and adults with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties, especially ADHD and related conditions including Asperger's syndrome, specific learning difficulties, dyslexia, Tourette syndrome, and emotional and behavioural problems. As many of these conditions interact and overlap, there is a great deal of emphasis placed on careful evaluation and subsequent liaison with schools and other involved organisations.

The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre was established in 1993, largely out of concern at that time, at the extreme lack of appropriate service provision for the assessment and management of children with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties. Over the past 17 years the centre has seen more than 6000 people with these conditions, sees up to 240 new patients annually from all over the country and overseas, and has about 1600 patients on its active long-term clinical management list. The centre has developed a local and also a national reputation for being able to assess children, adolescents, and adults with suspected neurodevelopmental difficulties in an experienced and comprehensive way. Whilst it sees people with the more straightforward problems, it also has a great deal of expertise in the assessment and management of people with complex difficulties.