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The satellite volunteer coordinator is Dale.
Location: Wilmette Public Library
Address: 1242 Wilmette Ave.
Dates: 1st Wed. of every month
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Click here www.nsadhd.org to go to our local NSADHD CHADD group website.
*Due to the candid and confidential nature of these meetings we request that you do not bring children. Child care will not be available at this time.
Meetings are FREE, however CHADD groups are financially supported by memberships and donations, so we kindly ask you to consider joining CHADD to help support our mission of improving the lives of those affected by ADHD. Your CHADD membership or donation at the meeting will help support our satellite.
If you are not a CHADD member, please register your contact information with CHADD so that we can send you e-mail reminders about upcoming meetings. Sign up for meeting reminders
Our contact information:
If you are sharing our group's information with those who do not have Internet access, please provide them with our meeting schedule.
We do have an email address that is checked weekly. email@example.com
If you do not here from us, please contact CHADD National
Do you need information and resource help? As a volunteer, I try to respond as quickly as possible to all requests about our local CHADD group.
However, if you have a more pressing need for information or assistance about the many aspects of dealing with ADHD (including diagnosis, treatment options, educational rights, etc.), please contact CHADD’s National Resource Center on ADHD (NRC), online at http://www.help4adhd.org/ or by phone at 800-233-4050 (press option 2, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Eastern time).
The NRC is staffed by trained Health Information Specialists who can answer many of your questions about ADHD and provide other helpful information and resources. (NOTE: although the NRC does not provide legal, medical or other professional advice, Specialists can offer ideas and suggestions to help you find what you are looking for).
- Parent training: CHADD's Parent to Parent training on ADHD. The entire course takes about 14 hours of time and is usually offered as a seven-week class, meeting for two hours once a week. Participants receive extensive materials to support them, including articles, reference materials, handouts, and homework assignments. There is a fee for the class.
Local Volunteer Opportunities
CHADD Local Support Groups and Affiliates Need Your Support
CHADD has local support groups in every state in the United States. Each group offers programming or information specific to their geographic area. These groups offer assistance for parents, children, young adults, adults and other stakeholders (psychologists, teachers, doctors, etc.). These groups provide advocacy, support, networking and information to those affected by AD/HD in their communities.
Ways you can support these efforts are as follows:
Donate to this effort
Contact your local CHADD group to advocate for support groups
Contact your school district to host and support newly forming or current groups
Contact your local community foundation or other foundations in your area to support this effort
For questions on these, or any options to support CHADD please visit our web site at https://chadd.org or contact the CHADD National office at (301) 306-7070.