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Looking for CHADD Parent to Parent Family Training in Minneosta

This class is hard to find in Minnesota so I thought I would put a post out to the Minnesota group.  If you know of someone who could use a little help sorting out how to help their child with ADHD, the CHADD program is a game-changer!  Please pass along to them. 

Here are two different options for fall 2014. 

Sundays from 1-3 pm, September 7th - October 12th, 2014 at Fairview Ridges Education Center in Burnsville
or
Thursday mornings from 10-12 noon, September 4th - October 9th. 

For questions or to get signed up, please email me .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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LOVE TO SEE AN ONLINE GROUP IN MN FOR THOSE OF US US WHO LIVE OUTSIDE OF THE METR AREA. WEARE UP NORTH, AND EVEN THOUGH IT DOEAS NOT MATTER ONLINE ‘WHERE’ PEOPLE ARE, IF IT WAS JUST MINM AREA OR SO, THE CHANCE TO PHYSICALLY MEET OCCASIONALLY COULD HAPPEN

SORRY FOR THE CAPITOL LETTERS; DYSLEXIA AND POOR SIGHT ~ THEY HELP ME TYPE BETTER

ANYWAY THE ONLINE IDEA IS JUST AN IDEA.

THANKS, SUPPORT FOR ADHD PARENTING IS REALLY A NEED IN MN ALL OVER.

Posted by Wendy Olson on Aug 10, 2014 at 2:58am

I just saw your post and I am interested.  Since I’ve missed a couple of the sessions, is there other dates available?
Thanks!
JoAnne

Posted by quirky1983 on Sep 23, 2014 at 6:55pm

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