We’re halfway through Global ADHD Awareness Month, and CHADD and other organizations are fighting stigma and spreading the truth about ADHD!
ADHD is a non-discriminatory disorder affecting people of every age, gender, IQ, and religious and socioeconomic background.
Nearly every mainstream medical, psychological, and educational organization in the U.S. has concluded that ADHD is a real, brain-based medical disorder, and that people with ADHD of all ages and backgrounds benefit from appropriate treatment.
- Fact Sheets about ADHD
- An ADHD Self-Screener
- Testimonials from people impacted by ADHD
- What you can do to raise awareness and understanding
CHADD of Greater Sacramento’s next monthly support group meeting will be Tuesday, November 5 from 7-9 p.m. The October meeting will feature small discussion groups (7-8:30) for:
- adults with ADHD
- family, spouses or partners of people with ADHD
- parents of children with ADHD
The group time will be followed by networking time (8:30-9).
CHADD of Greater Sacramento support group meetings are held at the UC Davis Medical Center MIND Institute, 2825 50th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817. Get directions.