WANTED - people with views about services for those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorders.
That's the call from a Kirklees Council scrutiny panel which is meeting next Thursday to discuss the issue.
The attention deficit disorder is not widely recognised as an adult condition and in the UK the official medical position is that sufferers will outgrow symptoms before they leave school or will be able to manage by then.
A council spokes- woman said: "The scrutiny panel would like to hear from people with views about the support provided for sufferers and also for those with autism spectrum disorders.
"The panel is also keen to hear the views of people with dyslexia and dyspraxia."
The event will take place from 7pm until 9pm at the Old Crown Court Room, Huddersfield Town Hall.
People are invited to drop in at a time convenient for them and do not have to stay for the whole period.
The panel is gathering evidence from health professionals, sufferers and carers.
It hopes to be able to make recommendations if appropriate to the council and other agencies in May.
People unable to attend the meeting can ring 01484 221908 to give their views.