HOPE (Helping Others Parent Effectively) Family Support Group

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A support group helping parents of children with ADHD in Niagara for over 15 years.

Group meetings, led and organized by the Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region, are Wednesday evenings, 7 to 8:30 p.m.

St. Catharines Regional Child Care Centre
179 Carlton St., St. Catharines
(Next to St. Denis School)

Meetings are free - no registration needed. Call 905-641-1021 for child care availability.

Meeting Schedule

Share what's working well in your family. Get suggestions for managing the challenges.

DateTopic
Oct 25, 2017Teaching and Learning Social Skills through Role Play and Mindfulness
Julie Hopkin, MSW, RSW at DSBN
Nov 15, 2017Parenting Teens with ADHD
Guest Speaker from Pathstone Mental Health
Dec 6, 2017ADHD Affects All Family Members
Linda Jeffries, MSW, RSW, Litkea Stob & Associates
Jan 17, 2018Discussion, Support, Sharing
(Topic chosen by interest of people attending this meeting)
Feb 7, 2018ADHD Medications
George Saati, Pharmacist at SimErgy Health Network
Feb 28, 2018Realistic Healthy Eating and Exercise Tips to Benefit your ADHD Family
Sandra Maxwell, RD at NRPHD
Mar 21, 2018Discussion, Support, Sharing
Including ADHD Organization, Routines, Time Management
Apr 4, 2018More School Success Strategies
Advocating Effectively
Apr 18, 2018ADHD & Anxiety
Dr. M (Bell) Lohnes, W. Lincoln Psychology Centre
May 9, 2018Dealing Effectively with Anger & Stress – Yours and Theirs
Julie Christiansen, M.A., R.P. (Anger Solutions)
May 23, 2018Discussion, Support, Sharing
Debra Charlesworth, Family Behavioural Specialist for ADHD
Jun 6, 2018Adult ADHD

For further information on ADHD or the HOPE Support Group, or to receive notifications of schedules and updates, email the Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region.

ADHD Resources

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Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region
A community-based agency that works with school boards and other community-based agencies to improve services and support for persons with learning disabilities.


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