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This group is for parents of children or teens with ADHD, as well as adults with ADHD. The group is sponsored by the Howard County branch of CHADD of Greater Baltimore (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), an international non-profit organization. We provide current, accurate, evidence-based information about ADHD. Each meeting features a local speaker on a topic, usually one suggested by attendees, followed by Q&A on the topic. We provide a safe and supportive space for those who are challenged by ADHD and want to interact with others. All meetings are facilitated by a CHADD volunteer. Visit our group website (www.chadd-mc.org) for more details about CHADD.

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CHADD: ADHD Across The Lifespan

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Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
Greater Baltimore Chapter (Chapter #168)
CHADD Affiliate of the Year 201

ADHD Across The Lifespan

Mallory Band, M.S.Ed.

Executive Function Coach & ADHD Advocate

DATE: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
TIME: 7 PM to 8:30 PM
LOCATION: This program will be presented virtually via Zoom

RSVP: [masked] (In the subject line: CHADD Mallory Band)

About the Program: Mallory will provide an overview of ADHD, its common symptoms, and comorbidities, as well as ADHD in girls and women, and common treatment options. She will also speak about how executive functions are impacted by ADHD. As she describes how ADHD manifests itself over the course of a lifespan, from preschool through adulthood, Mallory will open up about her own experiences with ADHD and anxiety and how they have evolved as she has matured. At the end of the presentation, Mallory will field questions about her presentation and her own experiences living with ADHD.

About the Speaker: For over two years, Mallory has worked as an executive function specialist with Essig Education Group where she helped children, teens, and young adults work toward independence, increased organization, and improved time management and follow through. In 2022, she founded Band Together Education, a community that helps individuals with ADHD and learning differences reach their full potential. This is her true passion, as she was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety when she was eight and knows the power of asking for help and being supported by experts.

About CHADD Meetings*: Admission is FREE for our virtual meetings. Go to www.chadd-mc.org/calendar for meeting updates/edits. CHADD does not endorse products, services, publications, medications, or treatments. CHADD provides an educational forum for resource information only. It is the philosophy of CHADD that persons seeking information, non-judgmental support and education about AD/HD be able to participate in a setting which is non-discriminatory and promotes recognized best practices.*

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Inattentive-type ADHD: It’s Not Just for Girls

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