AAGE, ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton, is a registered charity whose mission is to offer information and support to those living with ADHD in the Greater Edmonton Area through awareness, education, and resources.
ADHD Edmonton offers facilitated ADHD support groups for parents, adults, young adults, and partners of adults. In addition, our guest speakers provide insight and advice throughout the year.
We assume that you are here because you, or someone you care about, have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Or perhaps you suspect they may have ADHD and want to learn more.
Where do you start?
We offer a number of resources.
- Learn about the Diagnostic Process here.
- Find Local, National, International Resources & Their Websites here.
- Information about ADHD and Sleep.
- A growing list of website links on various topics relating to ADHD here.
- Email support firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monthly Support Group Meetings.
- Periodically we have guest speakers at our support meetings. Find the full schedule of guest speakers.
- Support Group Meetings for Parents on the first Wednesday of each month, 7-9 PM, virtually.
- Support Group Meetings for Adults with ADHD on the third Wednesday of each month, 7-9 PM, virtually. Partners are also welcome.
- Support Group Meetings for Young Adults, the second Tuesday of every month, 7-9 PM, virtually.
Our monthly meetings are open to any adult whose life is affected by ADHD, and there is no charge to attend.
Please note that anyone may attend any of the support group meetings.
ALL SUPPORT MEETINGS ARE VIRTUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The information on the AAGE Web site is provided with the understanding that the organization is not engaged in rendering psychological, medical or legal advice or recommendations. The information on the website is not intended to replace consultations with qualified health care or legal professionals to meet your individual needs. References to any treatment or therapy option or any program, service, or treatment do not constitute an official endorsement by AAGE. Parents and professionals are encouraged to fully investigate treatment options and providers that may be most appropriate.