The ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton is a registered non-profit society whose objective is to improve the lives of those living with ADHD through education, support, resources, and advocacy.
Currently we offer the following:
- email support;
- monthly support group meetings for parents (first Wednesday evening of each month, 7-9 PM in Room B-016 at the Misericordia Hospital)
- monthly support group meetings for adults with ADHD (third Wednesday evening of each month, 7-9 PM in Classroom A at the University of Alberta Hospital);
- monthly support group meetings for partners of people living with ADHD (third Wednesday evening of each month, 7-9 PM; meet and re-group in Classroom A at the University of Alberta Hospital, but the actual meeting takes place in the food court on the first floor);
- guest speakers;
- monthly e-newsletter with information about related community services and education.
Dr. Paul Soper spoke on the topic of Collaborative Problem Solving on April 3, 2013. It was a full house and the information was well received. The slides for his presentation are posted on the Presentation Notes page.
Our newsletter is found in the sidebar on the right. Our support group meetings are listed on the Events page on the sidebar. Our posts are archived by month, and can also be accessed via the sidebar.
Our monthly meetings are open to any adult whose life is affected by ADHD. There is no charge to attend. Please note that anyone may attend any of the support group meetings.
Please click the Events page in the sidebar to access our monthly schedule.