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ADHD Resource Navigator
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Upcoming Webinars

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Past Webinars (Free)

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ADHD Animated Webinar: My ADHD at School

9 year old Sam has ADHD and is learning about what that means to him at home, with friends, and at school.Developed to help children with ADHD, their

ADHD Animated Webinar: When My ADHD Gets Me Into Trouble

9 year old Sam has ADHD and is learning about what that means to him at home, with friends, and at school.Developed to help children with ADHD, their

ADHD Animated Webinar: That's Me, I Have ADHD!

9 year old Sam has ADHD and is learning about what that means to him at home, with friends, and at school.Developed to help children with ADHD, their

ADHD Webinar: Disability – Right to Claim

"Can I claim the Canada Revenue Agency's Disability Tax Credit and other supports when I have ADHD?" Understanding key elements of the process is impo

ADHD Webinar: ADHD and Trauma

Understanding the Differences Between ADHD and Trauma ADHD and trauma are different but have many overlapping and confounding symptoms. Understanding

ADHD Webinar: What's Cooking?

How to Organize Your Food From Dawn to Dusk Deciding what to prepare for dinner, assuming you have the ingredients on hand in the first place, require

ADHD Webinar: Understanding ADHD & ASD

Exploring the Similarities and Differences Between ADHD and ASD ADHD & Autism may seem very different, however, they share many properties an

ADHD Webinar: Learning and ADHD

Learning and ADHD: Assisting your Child to Find Success at School. While ADHD is not a learning disability, it can significantly impact a student’s ab

ADHD in the Workplace

Watch Video This presentation will review potential strengths and impairments ADHD symptoms could cause in the workplace, how to assess these and if a

ADHD Webinar: The Impact of ADHD on the Child, Parents, Siblings and the Family as a Whole

See how the entire family unit is impacted by an individual member's ADHD. Having a child with ADHD in the home can affect the entire family dynamic.

ADHD Treatment

https://youtu.be/cgbhTA1Zoeo Myths and hype regarding ADHD treatment and management often lead to confusion. This presentation will help clarify what

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Collaborative Productive Solutions

Watch Video Symptoms of Opposition Defiant Disorder (ODD) are commonly seen in children with ADHD. What is ODD? Is it a real disorder and how can we r

Transitioning from Childhood ADHD Into Adolescent ADHD: What Parents Need to Know

Watch Video When children enter adolescence additional parenting challenges are expected. However, when children have ADHD their symptoms and impairme

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ADHD in Early Childhood (Two Parts)

Watch Video (Part One) Watch Video (Part Two) ADHD in early childhood (under six years of age) is under-recognized and undertreated. This is of consid

Mission Impossible? Remote Learning for Children with ADHD

Watch Video We hear you; remote learning is not what you signed up for. It’s challenging for everyone who hasn't done it before and let's face it; sup

Tips for Understanding the ADHD Mind and Navigating an Adult ADHD Relationship When You Don't Have ADHD

Watch Video SESSION DESCRIPTION Are you in a relationship with someone with ADHD and having difficulty understanding how and why the same issues keep

My Child Has Just Been Diagnosed with ADHD - Now What?

Watch Video The doctor or psychologist has just informed you that your child or adolescent has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. You m

Females, Hormones and ADHD - Webinar

Watch Video This webinar will discuss how ADHD presents in females along with common comorbidities. It will review the literature on hormones and ADHD

ADHD and Older Adults - Webinar

ADHD and Older Adults - Webinar by Dr. Kathleen Nadeau Watch Video Although ADHD is the most highly researched childhood disorder in the world, we kno

Webinar: How to Declutter When You Have ADHD

  Watch Video SESSION DESCRIPTION Have you made a New Year’s resolution to finally organize your home space in 2021?  Perhaps, you tried in

Webinar: ADHD and Sleep

Title: ADHD and Sleep Speaker: Dr. Margaret Weiss https://youtu.be/aUPfSR4f210 Abstract - ADHD is a 24-hour disorder.  Nighttime difficulties associat

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CADDAC's bilingual ADHD Resource Navigator works with families and individuals affected by ADHD to identify ADHD and mental health resources in their communities.

 

This role focuses on two areas: providing emotional support to the community, listening to concerns, helping them build upon their strengths and supporting the development of advocacy skills; and assisting the community to navigate through the mental health system by locating appropriate ADHD and mental health resources such as therapy, specialists, tutors and support groups etc. 

 

Annie is the Bilingual ADHD Resource Navigator at CADDAC. She is dedicated in providing families and individuals living with ADHD with resources to support and help improve their daily lives. Annie is a mother of 4 children all with some degree of ADHD and co-existing disorders. As a Registered Early Childhood Educator since 1989, she has dedicated her professional life to help and support families locate and access resources in order to provide a healthier and happier life for themselves. Throughout all these experiences, she has lived and tried to share her belief that 'it takes a village to raise a child'.

Hours:

Monday: 8:30 - 3:30pm                                

Tuesday: 2pm - 7:30pm                               

Wednesday: 9:30 - 5:30pm            

Thursday: 9:30 - 5:30pm

Friday: 9:30 - 5pm

 

Please note that this schedule is adjusted based on the needs of the organization and our programs.

Contact:


Phone: (416) 637-8584
Email: annie.desrochers@caddac.ca

Join one of CADDAC's ADHD Support Groups to help you navigate through life’s twists and turns.

Join CADDAC’s Adult ADHD Support Group, lead by CADDAC-trained facilitators, who are all adults with ADHD - each with their own ADHD journey.

 

Who can join: Open to any adults with ADHD in Canada

 

Next meeting: Nov 16, 2022

 

December 2022: No meeting

 

2023 Regular Dates and Times: This group runs virtually on Zoom on the 3rd Wednesday each month from 7:30pm-9:00pm MST until July 1, 2023

 

 

Sessions will allow you to share your story or strategies... and best of all do it with others who understand what it means to be an adult with ADHD.  

 

Please note: An email will be sent a day before the session with the Zoom link.

Register 

Join CADDAC’s Adult ADHD Support Group, led by CADDAC trained facilitators, who are all adults with ADHD with their own unique lived experiences.

 

Who can join: Open to any adults with ADHD in Canada

 

Next dates: Nov 24

 

December 2022: No meeting

 

2023 Regular Dates and Times: This group will run virtually on Zoom on the 4th Thursday of each month from 7:00pm-8:30pm EST, until July 1, 2023

 

Sessions will allow you to share your story or strategies with others who understand what it means to be an adult with ADHD.

Please note: An email will be sent a day before the session with the Zoom link.

Register

Join CADDAC’s Adult ADHD Support Group, led by CADDAC trained facilitators, who are all adults with ADHD with their own unique lived experiences.

 

Who can join: Open to any adults with ADHD in Canada

 

2022 meetings: Nov 14, Dec 5

 

First 2023 meeting: Jan 9

 

2023 Regular Dates and Times **starting February 2023: This group runs virtually on Zoom on the 1st Monday of each month from 7:30 pm-9:00 pm AST until July 1, 2023.

 

Sessions will allow you to share your story or strategies with others who understand what it means to be an adult with ADHD.

 

Please note: An email will be sent a day before the session with the Zoom link.

Register 

Join CADDAC’s Parent Support Group, led by CADDAC-trained facilitators, who are all parents and caregivers of children with ADHD.

 

Who can join: Open to any parents/caregivers of children with ADHD in Canada

 

2022 meetings: Nov 14, Dec 5

 

2023 Dates and Times: This group runs virtually on Zoom on Monday nights from 7- 8:30pm EST as scheduled below:

 

Jan 23, 2023 07:00 PM EST

Feb 27, 2023 7:00 PM  EST

Mar 27, 2023 7:00 PM  EST

 Apr 17, 2023 7:00 PM  EST

 May 15, 2023 7:00 PM  EST

 Jun 12, 2023 7:00 PM  EST

 

Sessions will allow you to share your story or strategies with others who understand what it means to be a parent or caregiver of a child (or children!) with ADHD.

 

Please note: An email will be sent a day before the session with the Zoom link.

Register 
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