ADHD Peer Connections provides an online space to connect with other students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Find community, share strategies to build resilience and be yourself!
Any student with ADHD who is currently registered with Accessibility Services
How The Program Works
Format: Each 60-minute ADHD Peer Connections is structured with virtual activities and facilitated by a Ph.D. student with lived experience with ADHD, whose Ph.D. is in ADHD. You will have opportunities to share experiences about living with ADHD in a group setting and listen in on discussions.
An Accessibility Services staff member will also be present to offer support and suggestions on learning strategies.
Participation: Being on camera, using your mic and participating in the chat are all optional. We welcome you to participate in a way that works for you. You are welcome to ask your own questions or simply observe these sessions to learn from ongoing discussions.
Materials: You are not required to bring any materials to these sessions, but we encourage you to come prepared with questions. Recordings of these sessions will not be provided to encourage the participation of all student attendees.
Platform access: Download or access Zoom to participate in the sessions. You will be sent the Zoom link once you register.
Questions: If you have other questions about the group drop-in format, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is required to receive the link to join. Students will receive a Microsoft Teams invitation the day of the session.
Register on the CLNx through the links below: