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Parent In-Person Peer Support Group | March 2024

ADHD WA Hub Montgomery Ave, Mount Claremont, Western Australia, Australia

This is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for parents of children of any age who have ADHD (formally or not formally diagnosed).

Partners Peer Support Group (Online) | March 2024

ONLINE

We understand that romantic relationships with someone with ADHD comes with many joys and at times may present challenges people in your circles may not understand. This online support group is for the partners of someone with ADHD (formally diagnosed, or not formally diagnosed).

Walk and Talk | March 2024

Lake Monger Recreation Centre car park Gregory Street, Wembley, WA, Australia

Grab your comfortable shoes and a bottle of water – we’re looking forward to walking and talking together!

Adult Support Group | Online | March 2024

ONLINE

This is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for people with a shared experience of living with ADHD. Receive support — and support others — through encouragement, compassion, and advice, and discover new ways of dealing with everyday challenges. We’d love to have you join us.

Parents of Children Under 17 Peer Support Group (Online)

ONLINE

We understand being a parent is tough. When you’re a parent to a child under 17 years old with ADHD, there are additional challenges people in your friendship circles may not understand. This online group is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for people living with a child diagnosed with ADHD. It’s an opportunity to openly share (if you want to) and connect with other parents who genuinely understand what you’re going through.

Community of Practice for Professional Members

ADHD WA Hub Montgomery Ave, Mount Claremont, Western Australia, Australia

ADHD WA Professional Members are invited to a quarterly Communities of Practise (CoP) events which provide an opportunity to network, share, learn and build collective knowledge amongst peers working within the ADHD field. 

Parents of Children aged 17 and over Peer Support Group (Online)

ONLINE

We understand being a parent is tough. When you’re a parent to a 17+ year old child with ADHD, there are additional challenges people in your friendship circles may not understand. This online group is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for people living with a child diagnosed with ADHD. It’s an opportunity to openly share (if you want to) and connect with other parents who genuinely understand what you’re going through.

Partners Peer Support Group (Online) | April 2024

ONLINE

We understand that romantic relationships with someone with ADHD comes with many joys and at times may present challenges people in your circles may not understand. This online support group is for the partners of someone with ADHD (formally diagnosed, or not formally diagnosed).

Adult Support Group | Online | April 2024

ONLINE

This is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for people with a shared experience of living with ADHD. Receive support — and support others — through encouragement, compassion, and advice, and discover new ways of dealing with everyday challenges. We’d love to have you join us.

Parents of Children Under 17 Peer Support Group (Online)

ONLINE

We understand being a parent is tough. When you’re a parent to a child under 17 years old with ADHD, there are additional challenges people in your friendship circles may not understand. This online group is a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for people living with a child diagnosed with ADHD. It’s an opportunity to openly share (if you want to) and connect with other parents who genuinely understand what you’re going through.

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