CADDAC does not in anyway favour or promote these groups, or endorse any programs or information that they may distribute. We do believe that support and education about ADHD is an excellent way to help ensure the best outcome for those lives affected by ADHD. We have compiled a list of groups that we are aware of for your information. If you are an ADHD support group in Canada and would like your contact information made available on this web site please contact firstname.lastname@example.org British ColumbiaAlberta
Saskatchewan (none available at this time)OntarioQuebecNova ScotiaPEINewfoundlandNorthWest Territories*National*Tele-Conference Support Group
Monthly: Beginning Thursday, September 8, 2011.
8:00 to 9:00 PM ET
Guest presentations/discussion/information sharingFee:
Susan Macintosh and John Tucker, Ph.D.http://www.susanmacintosh.com/family-support-group/
Sometimes family members are quite frustrated and overwhelmed with the challenges of living with a person who has ADHD. Sometimes they need someone who can listen with empathy. Sometimes the family members want to know more about ADHD and want to hear others’ suggestions about organizing and coping. Because we understand as parents and as coaches just how valuable such conversation can be we’ve set up a conference call in line for those who, in some way, care for someone who has ADHD.Please use the contact page to let us know you’ll be joining us. Your name and email number will not be shared. You may join this discussion group for as long as you wish.