Adult ADHD Melbourne is a support group for adults with ADHD, their family and friends, and health professionals working in the area. The purpose of the Adult ADHD Support Group is to provide peer support, shared resources, information, and advocacy.
We are a peer support group, rather than a professional-led group, but we do welcome any professionals who would like to come as a participant.
We meet up on the second Saturday of each month at Docklands Library, 2:00-4:00 pm. We send out a reminder email to members also, so do join up! Some months we have guest speakers, other months are a social catch up and sharing of ideas.
We also have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/AdultADHDMelbourne
July 13 Support Group meeting in the Activities Room – topic for discussion: How do we help the reluctant others or indeed ourselves?
Q & A with Dr Tim Edwards-Hart, including a short presentation about Executive Function and ADHD – bring your questions! Upstairs in the Auditorium at The Dock Library.
11 May at 12:00 pm – Meeting in the Activities Room at The Dock Library with presentation by Dr Thomas Andrillon about his research on ADHD and Sleep.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we will be screening the award winning documentary “ADD & Loving It?!” at our October meeting. The video and following Q&A will be facilitated by our own Dr Tim Edwards-Hart.
ADHD Coach Francine Freedman presented on “The right ADHD education is about transformation, not just information”.
Francine Freedman is a certified ADHD coach who helps those with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) find their personal recipe for success.
Francine’s website for more information about her work is at https://francinefreedman.com/
Dr Tim Edwards-Hart, clinical psychologist, gave an excellent talk at the Dock Library on Saturday 11 August. The links below are available so you can download his hand out and the mindmap summarising his talk.
ADHD Australia is a national, independent, non-profit organisation which is committed to removing barriers to wellbeing for those people affected by ADHD (Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorder), including their families, through education and advocacy.
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