Research shows that when parents & care givers feel supported & confident in understanding their child's ADHD it can positively improve family relationships, reduce stress and improve the well-being of both parent & child.
Since our own well-being impacts greatly on our parenting ability, supporting parental well-being is of up most importance.
Our vision is to connect parents and carers with support, resources and information for raising children with ADHD.
Our mission is to support, educate & guide parents by providing access to training workshops, monthly information sessions & other opportunities to connect with a supportive network of fellow ADHD parents on a similar journey.
MONTHLY PARENT SUPPORT SESSIONS
Our FREE monthly parent support sessions are held in the 4th week of each month alternating between a Tuesday morning and a Thursday evening session, February through November. Morning sessions run from 9:30am to 11:30am and evening sessions run from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
These sessions are information based with guest speakers & specific topics relating to ADHD discussed each month.
Sessions are accessible both in person at Lakelands Library & Community Centre and online via zoom link. Prior registration is required to attend due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please click on the link below to register your details for an upcoming session.
COMMUNITY FEEDBACK SURVEY!
The sustainability of Peel ADHD Parent Support depends greatly on the funding we receive through government and community grants. Successful grant applications allow us to provide ADHD families access to support and resources for FREE or very minimal cost. To be successful in future grant applications we need to share with our potential funders the need for this support service and the impact we are having within our community. Please complete our 3 minute community feedback survey and help us to continue to support the ADHD community.