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Welcome to our Mercer County CHADD Group

As Dr. Hallowell says, the key to success with ADHD 

is the Vitamin "C" of CONNECTIONS, so you are in the right place



Facilitated Evening Support Group for Parents of Children with ADHD


Facilitated Evening Support Group for Adults: 

Meets once a month, SECOND MONDAYS

 Monday Evenings, 7:45 to 9:00 PM 

All meetings to be held at 20 Nassau Street, Suite 127 Princeton, NJ 08540

 Parking on Street and in Chambers Street Garage 


 Meeting Dates 2017-2018 

Sep 11,  Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11, 2017

January 8, Feb 12, March 12,  April 9, May 14, 2018 

Registration Appreciated! email

– Questions phone 609-731-7556

Donation: $5 Dollars per family/per meeting 


Facilitators to include:  Camille and Gil Quinton (certified P to P Educators), Joann Armitage (certified P to P Educator),  Chad Daniels (ADHD Adult), Kim Walter (ADHD Adult), Katherine McGavern (certified P to P Educator and ADHD Coach), and Jane Milrod (certified P to P Educator and ADHD Coach)



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 DATES:  Tuesdays October 10, 17, 24,

                 Monday, Oct 30th                                        

                Tuesdays  November 7, 14                                         

TIME:     7pm-8:50pm


Parent to Parent: A Family Training Program on AD/HD® is a state-of-the-art educational program with the latest information from researchers and educators, specifically designed for parents, presented by CHADD trained parent instructors.

COST of Program covers up to 3 family members and includes workbook

CHADD members:  $125

Non CHADD members:  $178– includes CHADD membership (individual/family)



Camille and Gil Quinton, certified P2P instructors 



Course Overview: These topics will be presented in 6 two hour sessions:

Session 1 - Overview of ADHD    * Session 2 - Assessment to Multimodal Treatment *

Sessions 3/4 - Developing Parenting Strategies and Positive Behavior Interventions - Behavioral Management, Part I, Part ll   *   Session 5 - Educational Rights for Your Child with ADHD   *   Session 6 - Building an Education Team: Bridging the Gap Between Home and School *    Session 7 - Resiliency, Teen Challenges & Future Success



Registration payment must be received by September 30


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CHADD Princeton's Mindfulness for ADHD Group 

begins Tuesday, Sept 26, 2017 - share with your friends!


Dates: Tuesday, Sept 26, Oct 3, 10, 17, 2j017

Time: 9:30-10:30am (1 hour)

Investment: $50 for the 4-week series

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In this 4 week class, you will learn…The basic brain science of mindfulness and neuroplasticity. Simple mindfulness practices you can integrate into your life by pairing them with daily activities to build self-awareness and focus. How to manage and self-regulate your behaviors, thoughts, and emotions with compassion and  



We have assembled a member driven Directory of Professionals who service the ADHD community of Mercer County. E-mail: for a Microsoft Word copy.


What is Psycho-Educational Testing and Why is it an Essential Component of ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment?  

A Panel Presentation.

 Speakers:   Natalie Schuberth Psy.D BCBA,  Brooke Sweet Psy.D, and Mark Cooperberg Ph.D

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 

Missed this lecture?   Write to to request copies of the slides.

Time:   7:30- 9­­­ pm

Location:  John Witherspoon Middle School, 217 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540

Contact:   Jane Milrod, CHADD Princeton-Mercer County,, cell 609-731-7556



We are very fortunate to have three local professionals willing to share their experiences testing individuals in our local Princeton-Mercer County area.  They will be addressing the what, why,  and how of the testing process, along with their personal philosophy and approach.   After the individual presentations, we will have time for Q&A.   Should you have questions you wish to pose in advance, please write to Jane.

Description of Psycho Educational Testing From

A neuropsychological evaluation is used to discover your child’s strengths and weaknesses as a learner. It can determine if the way your child’s brain functions affects his ability to learn.

They can help determine whether your child has a learning disability and is eligible for special education services.

The goal of a neuropsychological evaluation is to find the underlying reasons for your child’s learning and attention issues. For example, it may help you discover whether your child has ADHD or other learning disabilities. This assessment can also uncover any developmental, neurological or medical problems that might interfere with your child’s ability to learn.


The results of testing can help you and the school figure out what kind of classroom interventions and accommodations would be most helpful. 


 Technology for Good:  Assistive Technology Tools for Learning Differences, ADHD, and Executive Function Challenges

 Speaker:  Michael Marotta

Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Time:   7:30- 9­­­ pm

Location:  John Witherspoon Middle School, 217 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540

Contact:   Jane Milrod, CHADD Princeton-Mercer County,, cell 609-731-7556


click here to link to the slides 


One hallmark of ADHD is executive function trouble:  problems planning, organizing, beginning tasks, completing tasks and poor self-regulation.  This can create problems in school and at home, and create a pattern of unrealized potential.  Technology can provide a scaffold upon which to offload the information needed to help individuals do the right thing at the right time.  Our speaker, Mike Marotta, will be leading us through a variety of programs and apps designed to boost productivity, while reducing procrastination and removing the allure of social web surfing and diversions.




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We have assembled a member driven Directory of Professionals who service the ADHD community of Mercer County. E-mail: for a MS Word copy.





We at CHADD Princeton extend hearty Congratulations to Dr. Sabine Kastner on her well attended presentation on the Neuroscience of Attention.  In addition, we would like to thank our Volunteers, Camille and Gil Quinton, along with Kim Walter for the excellent work setting up the space and for greeting and directing our attendees.


Did you miss this Lecture?   Here is the Link to the Video of the Presentation! 




 "New Vistas on ADHD: A Neuroscientist's perspective on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder”

Date:  Sunday, March 6, 2016

Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm

Location:  All Saints’ Church 16 All Saints Road, Princeton, NJ 08540

Sponsor:  CHADD of Princeton-Mercer County

Contact: 609-731-7556  Registration Appreciated 


Princeton professor of neuroscience and psychology, Dr. Sabine Kastner, will speak about the mechanics of sensory processing, filtering, and the brain's attention network. Currently on the forefront of many forms of ADHD research, Dr. Kastner will describe results from 30 years of research in psychology and neuroscience that has elucidated how the attention network in the human brain controls how we perceive our environment, filter information that we are not interested in, and maintain thoughts that guide our future behavior.  Dr Kastner will bring us to a deeper understanding of ADHD, one that goes beyond the Executive Function Deficit model, and she will provide insight into the interesting and new research findings on ADHD you need to be aware of.


Bio, Dr Sabine Kastner

Sabine Kastner is a Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) and in the Department of Psychology (since 2000). She also serves as the Scientific Director of the Scully Center’s neuroimaging facility. Dr. Kastner earned M.D. (1993) and PhD (1994) degrees and did postdoctoral studies at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Kastner studies the neural basis of visual perception, attention, and awareness in the adult brain, in patients with brain lesions, and during neurodevelopment. She has published more than 100 articles in journals and books including the ‘Handbook of Attention’, a comprehensive state-of-the-art reference for the field (2013, Oxford University Press). As a parent of a special child, Dr. Kastner is an advocate for children with neurodevelopmental challenges and engages in educational outreach activities to support their families.


We have assembled a member driven Directory of Professionals who service the ADHD community of Mercer County. E-mail: for a MS Word copy.


ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life In “The Era of Endless”

Date: Sunday, March 15th , 2015

 Note: if you wish a copy of the powerpoint, write

 We live in the Era of Endless, confronted by endless information. This poses new organizing challenges such as: how do we make decisions based on information when there is no end to it?  When is enough, enough?  For ADDers who are avid information-seekers but soft on decision-making, the Era of Endless can be particularly overwhelming. We’ll discuss powerful ADD-friendly strategies for getting the upper hand. Interruptions and distractions endlessly distract us from our train of thought and the task at hand. Here is where ADDers have much to contribute. Having spent your lifetime dealing with distractions, we’ll discuss these strategies freshened up for the Era of Endless. The Era of Endless is amazing. We can work without as much regard to walls, bosses, time zones and geography. But this endless connectedness to devices and screens also pushes some impulsivity buttons. Find out how to push back using ADD strengths to your advantage.



December 9, 2014

"Medication for ADHD:  From Myths and Controversy to Understanding and Informed Decisions" 

 Speaker:  Dr. Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA 

 note - if you wish a copy of the powerpoint, write


Contact:   Jane Milrod, CHADD Princeton-Mercer County,, cell 609-731-7556





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Suppers for ADHD, Nutritional Harm Reduction
Classes are ongoing.  Email Dorothy Mullen:,

Parent To Parent: Family Training on AD/HD
Taught by CHADD Certified Educators, Jane Milrod and Katherine McGavern
Please write, include your phone # to reserve your space,

Driving with ADHD - What Parents Can do!

We wish to thank Pamela Fischer, MLP, Director of NJ Teen Safe Driving Coalition and Thomas J. Power, PhD and Director, Center for Management of ADHD at CHOP for your time, energ

Volunteer Opportunities:

We welcome volunteers to help support our members. 
Physician and School Liason, Library Liason (PPL-CHADD Collection).

In addition, we are looking to align ourselves with Professionals in Mercer County.  Please contact us with your interest and areas of expertise:
Jane Milrod, Tel- 609-731-7556,

Thank you to our volunteers: Meeter and Greeter: Camille Quinton, Support Group Facilitators Chad Daniels, Sherri Daniels, Joann Armitage, Camille and Gil Quinton, and Katherine McGavern,  Social Media Designers:  David Schuchman and Dave McBride;Facilitators: Katherine Mcgavern, Camille Quinton, Email development and Website Design: Louise Saletta, 

This information was last updated on: 09/20/2017

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