Until further notice all live meetings have been canceled. We are scheduling them as webinars or online meetings.
To get your sign in information, sign up for the events you're interested in attending. If you do not get information about how to join online within a week of the meeting, check your SPAM folder by searching for a word in the title or the speaker's name.
Recordings will be posted to our Past Events page if available.
Upcoming 2021 Adults with ADHD and their Partners Meeting Dates:
This group is for adults with ADHD, and those that are interested in learning more about thriving as an adult with ADHD. Friends and family are welcome, and you do not need to have an "official" diagnosis to attend.
We are taking a break for the summer and hope to resume in person meetings in September. Stay tuned for more details!
Middle and High School Students are welcome to join our online group!
Each month the moderator will introduce a topic to discuss then everyone will be invited to talk. If you're not up for talking, you can listen or use the chat box to ask questions or make comments. It will be fun to get the group together again and meet new members!
We'll meet at 7:30 pm on the 1st Tuesday of the month unless otherwise noted. Sign up to get an invitation to join us on Zoom.
NOTE: There is NO meeting September 2021. Our next meeting will
be on October 5th. We'll talk about Procrastination. Join us!
Sign up once to get your monthly invitation. You can ask
to leave the group at any time.
Each month we'll have a main topic to discuss.
Sign up to get your invitation:
Parents of Kids with ADHD (and other adults who support ADHD)
Our parents group has speakers about once a month but the dates and times vary based on speaker availability.
Sign ups will be posted as they are available.
College Accommodations and Supports
Many students with ADHD can be successful in college and beyond. Academic accommodations and other supports can help them .
Johnson County Community College (and other colleges and universities) want their students to thrive.
Two of JCCC's Counseling Services staff, Holly Dressler, Director of Access Services, and Natalie Bergman, LPC, will be discussing the benefits of JCCC for students with ADHD. We will go over the support services and accommodations available at the college, and give an overview of career programs, majors and transfer options.
When: September 14th at 7 PM
Sign up here to get log in information:
Parent Child Interaction Therapy
Jennifer Jackson-Rice MSW, LSCSW, LCSW from KC PCIT, will talk about Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) at our October meeting.
PCIT is an evidence based treatment for children ages 2-7 and their caregivers and is one of the recommended therapies for young children with ADHD.
Through PCIT, children develop higher self-esteem, communication skills and cooperation. Caregivers learn consistent parenting techniques to gain confidence in dealing with behavioral struggles during PCIT.
When: October 12th at 7 PM
Sign up here