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COVID19 Update:

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.

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Upcoming 2020 Adults with ADHD Meeting Dates:

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  • May: cancelled due to Mother's Day

  • June 14: Cancelled due to COVID19 recommendations

After this time of learning from home, our kids may not be as prepared as they need to be to return to school. Anxiety might be a roadblock for many students.

Children's Mercy psychologists Simone Moody and Trista Perez-Crawford will be talking to parents about preparing their kids for a return to school.

 

When: July 14, 2020 at 7 PM online.

More details to come! If you sign up here, you'll get the details sent to you when they're all set!

Missouri and Kansas each have organizations to help families who have children with special needs. Together they will lead a meeting to let parents know what services their children with ADHD and other learning differences could qualify to receive through the school district.

 

When: June 23 at 7:00 PM

Where: ZOOM - Sign up here to join us

MPACT (Missouri Parents Act) is a non-profit that serves children with disabilities, their families, and communities throughout Missouri. MPACT has served as Missouri’s federally-funded Parent Training and Information Center since 1988. MPACT also works in collaboration with, and receives funding from, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Their primary goal is to assist parents in their effort to effectively advocate for their children’s educational rights and services. 

Families Together, Inc is a Kansas non-profit organization that provides support and information for families of children, from birth to age 26, with disabilities and/or special health care needs. Their mission is to encourage, educate, and empower families to be effective advocates for their children. Families Together staff provide parents and transition age youth one-to-one assistance, training, resources and tools at no cost to families.

Looking for past meetings?

See our Resource Page

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