I have adult ADD and had it as a child too. It is so important to have support groups to help those of us suffering to relate and share views.…
ADHD Support Group: ADHD in North Carolina
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ADHD in North Carolina
For North Carolina families and adults whose lives have been touched by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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I’m a newbie to the group. I’m looking for any support groups that meet in the Craven County area, specifically New Bern. Thanks!
My daughter has ADHD and is getting ready to start adderall xr. This is all new to me. I’m ready to learn and listen. I’ve been reading a lot and…
https://www.facebook.com/groups/SampsonCountyADHDParentsUnited I created a page for people just like us. Please share and Join..lets unite together
I live in Winston-Salem, but I’ve found a monthly ADHD Adult meetup in Greensboro via http://www.meetup.com. Here’s their website if anyone else is interested: http://www.meetup.com/adultadd-368/ Tonight at 7pm will be…
I am hoping their is job guidance offered from some /any group in NC. I read about there being these in existence every where else in the country it seems. …
Seeking to talk with others especially close to or in statesville. Lets pick a public place to meet and greet. Any one found help or guidance with employment issues?
If you are seriously interested in going to a FREE support group in Winston-Salem area, please email me. ***It would be for Adults with both ADD and ADHD.*** Trying to…
I am a 41 year old adult with ADD and Tourettes Syndrome. Does anyone know of a Support group in Winston Salem or HIckory that I could go to?
Has anyone had an amazing experience with someone in this area? Ive not been dealing with anyone other than my sons pediatrician for the past couple years and its time…
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