The ADHD Group is a four session facilitated learning community for students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) who are registered with Accessibility Services. Students develop strategies to manage challenges and harness their strengths.
You may also be interested in ADHD Peer Connections.
All students with ADD or ADHD who are registered with Accessibility Services. You must be:
- available for all four sessions
- comfortable participating in group discussions and activities and talking about your strengths, strategies, and challenges with others
- committed to developing an action plan to get you back on track
How The Program Works
This program is facilitated by Rahul Bhat, Learning Strategist, and guest speakers from elsewhere on campus.
This group is right for you if you would like to:
- learn to organize and prioritize your academic work
- manage procrastination and stress by developing healthy habits
- learn ways to better manage your time and finish projects
In each session, you will learn about and practice mindfulness exercises designed to help you focus and foster resilience.
The ADHD Group will resume in Fall 2020. Watch this space for registration details.
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Eman writes about her experience with ADHD on the Life @ U of T blog.