Are you a teen with ADHD?
Do you like to speak in front of groups? Are you good with AV equipment? Do you want to inspire younger teens with ADHD and help them learn? Are there other gifts you have that could help our group become fabulous?
If so, we need you!
We’re looking for volunteer Teen Leaders to help in many ways. Fill out our ADHD Teen Leader Application and we’ll get in touch with you.
Some examples of what teens can do:
- Attend meetings to learn about the topic, then summarize the topic in a blog for the website.
- Record and edit the meetings so the video can be placed in a members-only section of our website.
- Design social media posts that can be shared publicly. These would be approved (and posted) by one of the ADHDKCTeen adult board members.
- Do you have other ideas of how our group could use your gifts? Let us know!
If you have questions, send them to Kristen@adhdkcteen.com.
Applications are currently being accepted. Please complete the ADHD Teen Leader Application.
Share with friends
Do you have friends with ADHD who would make a great leader? Please share this opportunity with them.
Do you have friends with ADHD who would benefit from a support group of others with ADHD? Share this with them too! Not everyone needs to help lead, but many can benefit from learning from the group.
Our meetings and events require adult professionals who can offer tips to our teens to help them become successful adults.
We have opportunities for ADHD Coaches, therapists, psychologists, yogi, and other professionals who have skills to help teens learn to manage their executive functioning and other ADHD related concerns.
If you’re a professional who would like to help our group, please see this SignUp or send a message to Kristen@adhdkcteen.com.
Other Ways to Help Us
Please help us continue to provide support groups and educational information with your small donation. We appreciate any amount you can give to help us cover our costs.
We accept donations through Paypal or with a credit card. As a CHADD chapter, we are a non-profit, tax-exempt [Section 501(c)(3)] organization providing education, advocacy and support for individuals with ADHD.