ADHD Ireland Women's  Online  Support Group

ADHD Ireland Women's Online Support Group

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Are you a woman with ADHD struggling to cope at this time? Come join us! Topic: Feminine Minds

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Would you like to join our new Women's ADHD Support meeting to discuss concerns, issues and your experiences of ADHD in your work, home / family life.

We will be talking about issues relevant to women with ADHD and cover various topics led by the group. It will be a free space to ask questions, receive tips and resources to help and support you.

These peer to peer sessions are aimed to offer support and guidance to each other.

Please register by purchasing the free ticket as soon as you can, all you need is a computer with a camera, we will then forward you instructions and a link to the Zoom meeting that week, enabling you to join the meeting on the night.

If you have any questions, please give our administration team a call on 01 8748349.

The Womens ADHD Ireland Online Support Group Guidelines are as follows:

• Everything discussed within the group is confidential and not to be discussed outside the group

• Medication advice will not be given – ADHD Ireland are not clinicians and not qualified to moderate discussions on medication

• Everyone will be given an opportunity to speak, if they wish to do so, however, there is no obligation on anyone to speak

• Anonymity is important, particularly for online groups, therefore usernames only should be used and not actual names

• Be respectful in allowing other people a chance to speak, try and avoid speaking over each other

• Feedback can be given after the group by email to

Log in details will be emailed to each participant once you have registered here on Eventbrite. Once you have registered for a place in the group that will secure your place and you can then log in on the evening at the start time.

NOTE: Please do not register if you think you cannot participate in the session because places are limited and it may take up a space that someone else would like to use.

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