Ontario ADHD Support Groups
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These ADHD support groups are provided as a public service. Adult ADHD Coach Pete Quily does not endorse or recommend any specific group.
Meeting places and time vary. Please contact the group to confirm places and times.
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Since most of these group are volunteer run organizations, please try and help the group leaders by volunteering some of your time.
One reason ADHD support groups shut down is because the people running it get burnt out because they’re often doing most of the work themselves.
If one of these ADHD Support groups has changed their contact information and you want it updated please let me know.
Also, if you know of any ADHD support groups in Ontario that aren’t listed here that should be, please email me
APSGO groups meet weekly at a selection of locations. These groups are open to any parent or guardian who wishes to attend.
Ontario Provincial: 1-800-488-5666
Oas Support Group
k Ridge Cathy Bailey
For the parents of children with ADHD.
Williams Coffee Pub: 501 Bryne Drive, Barrie, ON
Contact: Janine Leonard
ADHD Parent Power
For parents of children or teens with diagnosed or suspected ADHD.
Meetings held monthly.
Parent Support Group
The Journey Neighborhood Centre
9 Ardglen Drive
Cambridge ADHD Support Group
Serving the areas of Ayr, Cambridge, and North Dumfries.
Community Living Cambridge
160 Hespeler Road, Cambridge N1R 6V7
Contact: Dorothea Kruger
Cobourg and Port Hope
Cobourg and Port Hope Support Group
Contact: Doug Bates
Parents of Children with ADHD Support Group
“The group offers support for parents living with ADHD and mental health and other challenging behaviors. The group’s focus is on positive parenting, learning new skills and ideas to better equip us for parenting our children and overcoming the challenges we daily face. For more information please visit our website or Facebook page.”
Salvation Army Citadel at 816 Centennial Dr, Kingston
Contact: Denise Vanden Engel
ADHD Caregiver Support Group Scroll down
Front Door, 1770 King St. E., Kitchener
Contact: Julie Kamella Ph: 519-749-8740 x212
Adult ADHD Support Group
Learning Disablities Association of Ontario; London Region
Address: 333 Horton St E, Unit 101
London, ON, N6B 1L5
Type of group: Adults with ADHD
Parents for ADHD Support Group
Madame Vanier Children’s Services
871 Trafalgar Street, London, ON
T: 519-433-3108 x151
Penetanguishene Adult ADHD Support Group
For adults (18 and up) who are affected by ADHD directly or indirectly.
Meets at the Penetanguishene Public Library
24 Simcoe St
Penetanguishene, ON L9M 1R6
Registration: must is required by the library. A person can call the library at 705-549-7164. This is only to register for the group.
T: If anyone has any questions, they can call 705-614-2810.
ADD/HD Parent Support Group
121 Willowdale Avenue, Suite 100, Toronto
“This support group is open to adults who have or think they have a Learning Disability or AD(H)D. The group meets every other week on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Group meetings take place at the LDA Toronto office. This group is being offered for FREE for the 2016-2017 session. The group provides a place for open discussions, problem solving and support. Topics covered include employment issues, social skills and life skills.
Please be advised:
Prior to attending a meeting, adults are required to attend an intake meeting with the Program Coordinator, Sheron.
For more information and to book an intake, please call our office at (416) 229-1680 or email email@example.com “
Meetup group for adults with ADHD that meets twice a month.
WAM is a Toronto support group for women with ADHD. We explore how ADHD affects us in order to strategize for success.
Each meeting we examine a different aspect of ADHD in women.
Location is visible to members.
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