WELCOME TO OUR SUPPORT GROUP INFORMATION PAGE
We invite you to join us! The group is free of charge and the focus is adult ADHD. Adults of all ages are welcome, along with their guests. (We ask that parents leave kids at home, as no childcare is available.) We also ask that everything shared at these meetings remain confidential.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
(Usually Meets the first Tuesday of the month, except July or holidays)
Topic: ADHD & Handling Emotions
Location: Latham Volunteer Fire Department
Community Room (Banquet Hall)
226 Old Loudon Road*
Latham, NY 12110
Time: 6:30 pm - 8 pm
(*runs parallel to Route 9 in Latham just to the East. The Fire Dept. is just north of Route 2)
Thanks to the Latham Volunteer Fire Department for donating the space to us!
The meeting room is located on the lower by the parking lot.
Registration is not required but it's helpful to let us know you're coming, so we know how many people to expect. Please join us and share your thoughts and experiences! Click here if you plan to attend.
For questions or more information, please contact:
Susan Gesten, MSW, PCC
Professional Certified Coach
If you have a more pressing need for information or assistance about the many aspects of dealing with ADHD (including diagnosis, treatment options, educational rights, etc.), please contact CHADD’s National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC), online at www.help4adhd.org or by phone at 800-233-4050 (press option 2, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Eastern time).
CHADD does not endorse, recommend, or make representations with respect to research, services, medication, treatments or products. Information is provided with the understanding that the organization is not engaged in rendering medical or legal advice or recommendations. You should not rely on this information to replace consultations with qualified health care or legal professionals to meet your individual needs. References to any treatment or therapy option, or to any program, service or treatment do not constitute an official endorsement by CHADD. Parents and professionals are encouraged to fully investigate treatment options and providers that may be most appropriate for a specific individual.