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Parent and Adults with ADHD Support Group Meeting

Understanding ADHD This meeting will go over the basics of understanding ADHD from a different perspective. We all understand the major symptoms of ADHD are inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. What's not well understood are the symptoms which are manifested by poor executive functions. Come learn more about how this can explain why the difficulties seen with ADHD are more complex than one would think. We will be exploring also suggestions to help with the managing of this as well

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  • MaryEllen

    I have a 17 y/o son who was diagnosed with ADD when he was 6. The unfortunate thing is the professionals missed a spectrum disorder that was discovered when he was 15. Its been a rough road but I'm very hopeful.

    January 24, 2014

  • Eva O.

    We are funded by a generous grant from AHRQ (the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Resarch), a Division of Health and Human Services of the United States Government, which has identified ADHD in Adults as a priority condition for funding in health education. This educational project is under the professional guidance of APSARD, the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders, the National Association of Continuing Education (NACE) which accredits our continuing education programs, and InQuill Medical Communications, award winning experts in CME and adult learning that bring you this website and multi-media content. We are in partnership with CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD), the largest consumer advocacy and education non-profit in the United States focused on ADHD.

    January 20, 2014

  • Eva O.

    1 · January 20, 2014

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    Founder & Coordinator, National Board of Directors, P2P Teacher, Organizer,
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