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Child and Adolescent Neurodevelopmental service

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Who we are

The Neurodevelopmental Assessment Service offers assessment where there is a clearly identified need for assessment of possible Autistic Spectrum Disorder / Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder. 


Who is the service for

This is a specialist service for children and young people up to 18 years old with a referral of Autism or ADHD, their parents/carers and other professionals who work with them. 

Conditions we treat

We Cover the following conditions:


Where to find us

Springfield University Hospital
Building 1
61 Glenburnie Road
SW17 7DJ

Telephone: 020 3513 6716

Our Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Who you might see / our staff

  • Dr Mark Chapman – Clinical Psychologist
  • Luis Ordaz-Perez – Clinical Psychologist
  • Rosanna Catinella – Clinical Psychologist
  • Nadine Oladokun – Assistant Psychologist
  • Vaishali Sathanandasundaram– Assistant Psychologist
  • Angelique Witting – Assistant Psychologist
  • Jayne O’Brien – Assistant Psychologist
  • Kirsty Stubbs – Assistant Psychologist
  • Dr Diana Cassell – Consultant Child Psychiatrist and Clinical Director for CAMHS
  • Dr Su Sukumaran – Consultant Child Psychiatrist
  • Dr Sarah Curran – Consultant Child Psychiatrist
  • Wendy Karonga – Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Brendan Mckenna – Team Administrator
  • Pauline Davis-Peart – Team Administrator
  • Diane Bebbington – Team Administrator 

What you can expect

Anyone who uses our services first gets an assessment of their mental health needs.

Assessments typically last 2 hours during which parents/carers will have a parental interview and young people have a play based assessment.

Following the play based assessment, feedback will be provided to the parent/carer and young person. 


Referrals should come through the Single Point of Access for the relevant borough.

Conditions we treat