Dartmouth Parents/Caregivers of Youth with ADHD
Parents/Caregivers of Youth-Cole Harbour/Dartmouth/Eastern Passage/Nova Scotia
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This Support Group is now closed.
Join Us and learn from other families dealing with Youth with ADHD
Next Meeting: November 1, 2018 @ 7:00-8:30 PM
Where: 32 Dundas Street, Downtown Dartmouth, four blocks from the ferry, between Queen and Portland Streets. MAP or Over Skype see Skype main page.
Who: for anyone with a youth (13-24 years old) with ADHD (does not have to be diagnosed) or someone working with youth.
When: First Thursday of the Month. There will be no meetings in July, August and December. September will start later. October is ADHD Month and we will have a Joint Meeting with a speaker.
We gratefully accept donations. Excalibur ADHD Association is a charitable organization registered with Revenue Canada. A charitable receipt for $15.00 and over.
Maya Warnock, B.A.(Hon), M.B.A. Maya is a paraprofessional mental health worker with an education in Child Psychology & Development (MSVU) and School-Aged Care (St. Lawrence College). She is the facilitator for several support groups and she facilitates both Family School P.O.P. courses. She is a coach for the Working Memory training. She leads the Saturday Camp for Children with ADHD 6-12 years old. Other training includes: Simply ADHD (ADD Coach Academy) and First Aid for Mental Health for Adults Working with Youth and several courses in Working Memory training. She attends lectures, seminars and Webinars to stay on top of new developments in the ADHD field.
Having a youth with ADHD is not significantly different than having a youth with ex. Diabetes. One must learn special skills to look after either one. Both types of youth are prescious and special and both need special care and understanding of their respective disorders. The Diabetes Association helps parents of youth with Diabetes, Excalibur ADHD Association helps parents of youth with ADHD. Join us to learn more from each other, seminars, videos and invited specialists.
We now know that youth with ADHD can have successful lives providing they get the correct support and encouragment.
There is help, but no cure for ADHD