ADD Lib

ADD in Adults Support Group

Ottawa, Canada

Now meeting at Sandy Hill community centre, 250 Somerset E.

Sandy Hill Community Centre, Ottawa, Canada, is 3 blocks east of King Edward on the south side of Somerset St.

We welcome any adults who want to learn about Attention Deficit Disorder in adults, whether diagnosed or not, including spouses and friends of adults with ADD, people who don't know whether they have ADD, etc.

Most meetings are simply informal group discussion around a topic.

Come and join us. It's fun and informative. Free. No registration -- just show up.

If you have questions, or if you want to receive emailed announcements/reminders about the meetings (about one email per month), email addlib@rogers.com and explain that you want to be added to the email list.

We compiled this list of Positive Aspects of ADD during one of our meetings.

Next few meetings: (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM)

Date Guest speaker
Wed. Jan. 16, 2008 Jill Bobula
Wed. Feb. 13, 2008
Wed. March 12, 2008

Meeting Location

Sandy Hill Community Centre, Ottawa.


Individuals with ADD/ADHD often struggle with just managing to meet the daily obligations we face. Often we don't have much energy left at the end of the day to get out and attend meetings. Yet there is much to be gained from finding out that you are not alone in the battle and to share with fellow ADDers how to overcome the daily obstacles in our lives. From hooking up with a meeting "buddy", establishing a telephone tree, or arranging car pools, these are all strategies that we can consider to help keep us on track.

For more information about ADD Lib contact:
an588@freenet.carleton.ca (put "ADD" in the subject line to get past spam filter)

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