ADHDKCTeen meetings are free and open to the public. A diagnosis of ADHD is not required, since anyone can learn from the information provided. Who doesn’t want self improvement?
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We ask all teens who participate in our meetings and events to register as members each school year. This not only helps us keep in touch with those who are interested in our group, but also ensures that they see our behavior expectations and agree to the conditions set forth on the application form. We want everyone in attendance to feel secure that that others will not talk about things learned about specific individuals with others. This means no gossiping! We will remind everyone of this very important issue at each meeting.
Our January meeting will be on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, from 6 – 8 pm at the Johnson County Library – Antioch (8700 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Merriam, KS 66202). A speaker from Great Oaks Therapy will lead our talk. More details to come soon!
If you can’t make it…
If you cannot make it but are interested in getting online access, please fill out the Membership Agreement if you haven’t already. All members of our group receive a password to gain entry to our Member’s Only Page. All events that have been recorded will be posted to this page. :
The Chadd disclaimer prior to meetings:
December 2018 Meeting
ADHD Coach Diane McLean and her lovable lab, Digby, helped us prepare for some holiday baking by using a backwards planning technique.
November 2018 Meeting
Rachel Nagy from Visionary Life Counseling and Gateway of Hope talked about mindfulness at “How Do I Get Stuff Done?”
October 2018 Meeting
Psychologist Stella Fernandez and Kristin, an intern, discussed navigating friendships and peer relationships.
September 2018 Meeting
Katherine Melton presented “Building a Resilient You” after our Teen Leaders lead everyone through several rounds of a fun game. We experienced technical difficulties with the online viewing so it is not available.
Before the speaker’s presentation we played a fun ice breaker – collecting clothespins without getting hit by the pool noodle.
We had a table at the KC Public School’s annual Summerfest! Sarah, Connor, and Anna helped answer questions and spread the word about our group.
Midwest ADHD Conference
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