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    ADD_IT_Guru
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    I’m a lifelong ADD’er (I’ll post my whole story when I have time, suffice it to say I leared about ADD in the early 90’s and actively worked with my psycologist in Charlotte, NC where we both learned what ADD was all about [as it was a newly recognized field of research] and how to treat it). I’ve been in denial for several (many?) years and am now getting back on meds. The first step is admitting my problem, right?

    Anyway, I’m looking for ADULT support groups in the Seattle area, preferrably eastside (Redmond/Kirkland/Sammamish areas). I really need the support of others, there is an immense amount of value in meeting a group that shares the same issues. The only meetings/groups that I’ve found are CHADD based and focus on kids. Can anyone help me out here?

    Thanks!

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    Did you have any luck finding a support group? I am looking for a support group on the Seattle side.

    Thanks!

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    Not sure if you saw this, but here is a Calendar of the area.

    http://www.nwchadd.org/nwcCalendar.html

    I found it, just in case i move back to Seattle. :-)

    also on the left side there is a menu for “Seattle for adults”

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    Eastside CHADD meets monthly in Kirkland and brings in experts in the field of ADD, ADHD, and Dyslexia to discuss resources. See our website: http://www.Eastside-CHADD.org or go directly to http://www.Eastside-CHADD.org/Meetings to obtain information about upcoming meetings. Or next meeting is April 17, 2012 and the topic is “Raising the Bar: What Parents can Expect When Your Child has Dyslexia and ADHD”

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