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ADHD Group Pays Attention

ADHD Educational Series

ADHD Educational Series

The stereotype of people with Attention Deficit Disorder is distracted and disorganized. However, the Naperville adult support group celebrated their 10th anniversary as an organized and highly functioning support group. Every Tuesday the DuPage ADHD Adult Support Group meets at DePaul University- Naperville Campus, 150 Warrenville Rd, Naperville from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Members travel from all over the Chicagoland area to learn to cope with having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as adults.

Featured on the first Tuesday of each month is a guest speaker, open to all visitors. On April 3, 2012 the presenter is Robert Kauffman of the American Institute of Learning and Cognitive Development.

Back by popular demand, Robert Kauffman is a Senior Partner at The American Institute of Learning & Cognitive Development. For more than 35 years, Bob has been leading the way as a mental health innovator for its applications in business and education. He has been a student of the human mind; pursuing new ways for helping individuals in their business pursuits discover and achieve their career and life goals. This is an especially beneficial meeting to bring non-ADD people with you. Bob talks about how non-ADD people need to learn the skills that ADD people have mastered and vice versa.

Robert Kauffman
Making Your Brain Your Best Friend
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
DePaul University- Naperville Campus
Intersection: Herrick Rd & Warrenville Rd
Naperville, IL 60563

The event is open to adults with or without ADHD. The trend for the past several guest speaker events has been a boss or spouse had told the person with ADHD that they need to attend. We believe however that the person without ADHD who recognizes the other persons difficulties should learn about the disorder and solutions as well. Please join us Tuesday night.

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