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Next dinner is the Russian Dinner on Saturday November 4, 2017 @ the Owl Club on Banook Lake. It starts at 6:30 PM. Put it on your calendar and join us. More information to come.
Our Annual Scaninavian BBQ Fundraiser
Our annual Scandinavian BBQ helps us raise funds to run our free Support Groups in Dartmouth, Halifax, Sackville & Spryfield and for our three Support Groups over Skype to all of Nova Scotia and it pays for administrative costs. We had a good time. I thought I had some pictures to share, but the girl, who took them is on vacation. Maybe later.
Colouring book for Kids with ADHD, their Siblings and Friends.
1-10 copies $5.00/each and shipping
11-50 copies $4.00/each and shipping
51-100 copies $3.00/each and shipping
over 100 copies $3.00/each no shipping charge in Canada
This book is intended as a book to be read with a parent, then the child can colour the page. Teach your child the facts and the positive sides of ADHD.
Please, contact Maya @ 902-461-1761 for more information or
No C.O.D. orders. All orders must be prepaid.
Neurofeedback is a technique in which we train the brain to help
improve its ability to regulate all bodily functions and to take care of
itself. When the brain is not functioning well, evidence of this often shows up
in the EEG (Electroencephalogram).
Working Memory Training
even seniors at early stages of dementia,
or anyone wanting to improve their focusing abilities.
This programs is individual and for anyone 6 years and older.
For more information check Working Memory
More information is available under Support Groups
Adults with ADHD:
Cole Harbour/Dartmouth/Eastern Passage Group: More info.
Halifax Group: More info
Parents of Children with ADHD:
Cole Harbour/Dartmouth/Eastern Passage Group. More info
Parents of Youth with ADHD (13-24 years old):
Cole Habour/Dartmouth/Eastern Passage Group. More info.
Students with ADHD:
No groups running at the moment
Please, note Adult & Parent groups meet every month except December and July & August. Parents of Youth may not meet in September.
Student Groups meet October, November, January, February and March only.
The Government of Canada has signed the United Nations' agreement:
"Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities".