Serving Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Prince George's & Greater Baltimore
Support group and speaker meetings may meet in person or virtually. Please contact the meeting facilitator if you have any questions or concerns.
All meetings are open to the public. Baltimore CHADD meetings in Baltimore County and Howard County meetings will be cancelled if the local public school system closes schools due to inclement weather or other emergency.
Greater Baltimore Chapter
Parent Support Group - Northwest Baltimore
First Wednesday of every month, 8:00 - 9:15 pm
No meetings in April, July & August
It’s Never Too Late! Strategies to Combat Procrastination
Featuring Mary Jo Puglisi, M.S., LCPC, Intake Coordinator for Thrive Emerge
Mind Full or Mindful? Using Mindfulness to Manage ADHD
Featuring Anne Norris, Early Childhood and Elementary School Teacher and Social Work Intern
Weinberg Park Heights JCC
5700 Park Heights Ave
Register today at https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/u6vQdlyt_ReU7v8K-fE6DQ
Registration in advance is required.
A Zoom link will be provided in your confirmation email. There is no fee for attendance. Confidentiality assured.
Learn from the experience of others! A great opportunity for the curious to learn and ask questions, and for all to share experiences, advice, and strategies.
Questions? Contact Faye Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org, SHEMESH Program Director or at 410-843-7589.
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Adult Support Group
Third Wednesday of every month, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
This is currently a Skype meeting. Please contact email@example.com for a link.
These free and informal sessions are an opportunity for adults with ADHD to discuss a wide array of concerns like time management, organizational strategies family matters, and work problems.
The general agenda for these meetings are pretty free form and based on the attendees:
A brief introduction of who you are
Any wins you want to share, issues you may be having, questions you want to ask, and anything you wish to discuss
Try to get through as many of the topics brought up in the intro as possible
Wrap-up with any final thoughts, burning questions, or something we didn’t get to that is super important
This ADHD Support Group does not endorse any product, service, publication, medication or treatment.
Questions or concerns, contact Rob at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents of Adults Support Group - Lutherville
The 4th Monday of the month, 12:00 noon - 1:30 pm
There will be no meeting in July or August
This is currently a Zoom meeting. Please contact the facilitator at email@example.com for login information.
Many late middle-aged and senior parents are still living with their adult children. Some of these adults are in their 30’s, 40’s and even 50’s, but have “failed to launch” or returned home (more than once) as a result of divorce, unemployment, under employment, etc. Some never left home; others don’t live in their parent’s home, but are still dependent on them financially.
In most cases, the issues of ADHD that developed in childhood still persist in these adults, and parents are still trying to find a way to be supportive but not enabling, as the adult child struggles with relationships, organization, work, money, alcohol, drugs, etc. At the same time parents worry about the future of their child, especially when they will no longer be here.
Greater Baltimore Online Speaker Meetings
Meetings held in September, October, November, January, April, and May, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
no meetings in December, February, March, June, July , or August
Speaker meetings are presented virtually via Zoom, so they are available to all. Each meeting is scheduled to accommodate the speaker, so the date may vary, but will be posted at least 4 weeks in advance on www.chadd-mc.org. Often, handouts are available prior to the meeting, and speakers may permit recording. RSVP to Linda S. Ellis, Ph.D., Chapter Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for each meeting. The Zoom link is sent out to those registered 1-2 days in advance of the meeting.
Online Support Group for Women
Meets each Wednesday, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Summer meetings will be every other Wednesday. June meetings will be the 14th and 28th.
This is a Zoom Meeting
A Weekly Women's Empowerment Group
Living Life with ADHD can be very stressful and extremely overwhelming. In this group you will learn tools and strategies, including a brief practice of mindfulness, to help manage daily stress and overwhelm . Like most moms, I had always believed I should be able to manage my career, run a household, take care of the kids, keep food on hand, and so on.
But I couldn’t, and I felt ashamed and often times very alone.
My expectations were unrealistic.
This group offers support, motivation and inspiration from like-minded women sharing similar challenges. Each week we will discuss a different topic, followed by a guided meditation. This group is open to all!
Registration is free and now open. Email Jill Linkoff @ email@example.com
*Upon registration, a confirmation with be sent with a code and instructions on how to join our Zoom group. Please do not share your code; confidentiality and security are our greatest priority.
About Jill Linkoff: I am a professionally trained and certified ADHD & Life Coach. I received my certification through IAAC (ACAC), and training by JST Coaching Training, a comprehensive ADHD coach training program accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF). I received my PCC certification from the ICF, the governing body of the coaching profession.