Meetings are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Free to CHADD members.
$5 donation suggested for non-members
Where: 504 Baker Street in the Elim Lutheran Church office building (1/2 mile from 101).
Take E. Washington St. exit off of 101 and go toward town. Cross Petaluma Blvd. and continue about .4 of a mile. East Washington St. turns into Bodega Ave. Turn left on Baker St. and go one block. 504 Baker St. is the yellow building on the left, before the church on the corner.
July 10th Topic: De-cluttering and Organizing Nicole Mohns, professional organizer and clutter specialist will be speaking at our meeting on "Overcoming Chronic Disorganization and Clutter". Clutter can be things, but also projects, hobbies, etc. which makes it hard to focus, stay organized, be on time and wastes relaxation and re-creation time that we all need to renew ourselves.
TENTATIVE ONGOING SCHEDULE (thru December 2012) August 14 - Planning Ahead September 11 - You are not your communication style plus boundary setting October 9 - Time Management and Scheduling plus the Holiday Countdown Calendar November 13 – Treatment Modalities with a Guest Speaker December 11 – Holiday Potluck with Social Skills Assessment and Recommendations
Please join our monthly ongoing group for adults who live with AD/HD. Our group focus is on education and identifying skills and strategies that improve our daily lives. We have a mix of dynamic speakers and workshops on creating less chaos and more joy. April Ancel, the facilitator, provides information, coaching tips, tools, strategies and educational materials. Invited speakers work with AD/HD adults in different professional capabilities. Fellow members contribute useful strategies and share their insights of what works and what doesn't. In this uplifting and even fun atmosphere we break from isolation and form community and support. This meeting is for you if have or think you might have ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), AD/HD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), learning or attention issues, including inattention and/or hyperactivity.
CHADD does not endorse any products, professionals or services presented at our meetings. Meetings are free to CHADD members and open to the public. CHADD is a non-profit organization supporting the community of children and adults who have AD/HD, providing information, support and input on public policy development to benefit our members. Our chapter is staffed by volunteers and depends on membership dues and donations We request a donation of $5 for non-members at our meetings, but no one will be turned away for a lack of funds.