Looking for a support group that exists or would like to start one up in the Taunton/South Eastern Massachusetts área. Any info or ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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ADHD in Massachusetts
For Massachusetts families and adults whose lives have been touched by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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Hi! So I have been looking EVERYWHERE for support groups for ADULTS with ADD/ADHD in Mass, NOT support groups for parents of children with add/adhd. I am an adult with…
When: June 15 Where: Kingston Public Library Time: 6-8 PM Join a growing group of parents with children who have ADD/ADHD who come together to share information and provide…
I have yet to find a support group within worcester county. Or really anywhere in MA.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a therapist who specializes in ADHD in the Cambridge area?
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I am almost convinced that I have ADHD, and I need to talk to someone who can diagnose it (or tell me what else might be going on), and set…
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