Welcome to The Northern Beaches ADHD Support Group
A parent-run, voluntary support group, meeting monthly at Pittwater RSL, Mona Vale, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Our support group is where you as a parent of a child or teenager with ADHD can share and discuss your experiences with other parents who are facing similar experiences, in a supportive and friendly environment.
Although originally set up to help parents, many speaker evenings are equally relevant to you as an adult with ADHD or a professional seeking to help those with ADHD.
The Northern Beaches ADHD Support Group aims to offer:
- A venue for you to meet other parents and receive/extend support to each other.
- A place of learning, where you as a parent, teachers or professional can find out more about ADHD and its related issues.
- Talks and a discussion forum led by professionals who specialise in ADHD.
- Help for ADHD children in the form of Workshops to help teach them coping strategies.
The support group is organised by Vivian Dunstan, an ADHD parent.
Being part of a nurturing environment where you can learn and build on what you already know about ADHD and meeting other parents facing similar challenges and experiences, will help you feel more supported in your journey.
THE NEXT EVENT WILL BE:
“Enhancing Your Child’s Learning, Behaviour & Wellbeing“
Ian White, founder of the Australian Bush Flower Essences and fifth generation herbalist, will discuss the healing power of his remedies and how they can be used to greatly benefit any child or adult dealing with ADHD. He will also discuss causative factors as well as treatment strategies for both improving learning and behaviour. Ian will also be mentioning Essences which can be helpful in supporting parents of any child with ADHD.
82 Mona Vale Road
Mona Vale, NSW 2103
Tuesday, 7th February 2017 @ 6.45-9pm
Cost $5 on the door
For more information and/or to register your attendance for
any events click here
I look forward to seeing you there!
I am currently in the process of creating an online ADHD Services Guide and would encourage your recommendations for ADHD professionals, services or resources. Any suggestions welcome. Please let me know via the website, Facebook or email on email@example.com. The more information I receive the better the resource for everyone! Thanks.
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