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AADD-UK London adult ADHD support group - Argyll Street

  • Costa Coffee, Argyll Street

    11 Argyll Street, London W1F 7TH (map)

    51.514805 -0.140902

  • Oxford Street Tube, Argyll Street exit.
  • We  meet on the first Tuesday of the month and third Thursday of the month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Costa Coffee in Argyll Street, round the corner from Oxford Circus tube station. 

    Here's a map.

      Our meetings are  friendly and loosely structured. We exchange information,  talk about issues related to adult ADHD, and have a good time.  All meetings are confidential, no judgements are made, and no issues are too delicate.  For more details you can either email  us at.

    Just a reminder, this meeting is organized buy AADDuk and advertised on thier website, these meetings are usually very well attended, at least 10-15 people. I estimate that we have seen more that 200 people come and go over the months.


     or you may be able to speak to us on the telephone on[masked] 2070. On the day of the meeting ONLY you can try[masked] - on other days use the first number.

    The meeting is free, (although the coffee shop owners probably would like you to buy something). It is a convenient location and you can walk in and out with anonymous impunity and we sit at a cost table at the back where we can speak freely. The is is sign saying "ADHD" on the table so you don't have to ask around. Well, there has been a sign every time so far except once, when we forgot to bring it. Luckily one member who is adept at origami, fashioned the letters A, D, H and another D out of pages from her notebook. 

    Adults with or without a diagnosis, as well as spouses, partners, and friends are welcome.

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  • Peter
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    Hi, I was diagnosed with ADHD at 40, wow a bit late. Life was and is still challenging but now I... more

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