ADHDKC's May Events
There's something for everyone!
ADHDKC's May group meetings all look amazing! The parent group will cover helping children develop grit and resilience. Teens will talk about learning to calm the brain when triggered. Our women’s group is also talking about resilience. The adults will talk about neurodivergence. Keep reading to learn more!
Finding our events
Our Monthly Events tab is now at the top of our Substack Home Page. You can easily learn about our various group activities there. Each group has it’s own section within that page, so look for the Parent’s Group, Adult’s Group, Women’s Group, Teen Group, or Special Events subpage per your interest. These are also listed below, so keep scrolling to find the group that interests you!
We’ll post new helpful articles and recordings of events on our Articles and Event Recordings page. Note: not all of our events are recorded, but if they are, they will be posted here. Our March and April parent events were both FABULOUS and the recordings are linked. We hope you are able to watch them!
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Space is limited for our in person gatherings. We will save a seat for you when you sign up for the event. Please let us know if your plans change so we can open your seat to someone else!
Did you miss a meeting?
We have two of our recent Parent Group Meetings now available to watch online.
Here’s what you can look forward to in upcoming months:
The Parents of kids with ADHD group’s May meeting is all about teaching kids GRIT. Learn more:
Our Women with ADHD group is a small group that meets each month. Learn how you can join them on our Women’s Group Page:
Our Adults with ADHD group is a small group for adults with ADHD and their partners. Learn more on our Adult’s Group Page:
ADHDKCTeen for middle and high school students continues to grow. The April meeting will discuss the link between ADHD and anxiety. Learn more on our ADHDKCTeen page.
CHADD and their partners have developed TOOLS to help you teach your child important skills.
CHADD also has Toolkits (different from TOOLS above) to help you learn about ADHD. Learn about school resources, suicide prevention, diagnosis and treatment, and more!
CHADD also has two podcasts that cover many topics related to ADHD.
The ADHD 365 podcast provides expert advice, tips, and strategies for families, adults, educators, and professionals.
The All Things ADHD podcast is a learning resource program of CHADD’s National Resource Center, funded by the CDC, to disseminate expert information to improve the lives of those affected by ADHD.
Check them out - just click on the images below!
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