Monday Night Meetings
for Adults with ADD

Meetings are all occurring on Zoom for the next month (or possibly longer - stay tuned).

Our Monday evening meetings are designed to help us stay abreast of recent advances in our understanding ADHD/ADD and executive function, as well as common co-occurring areas of challenge.

Topics will vary from week to week. Among the areas we cover: Strategies for improving organizational, planning and time management abilities, strategies for improving relationship skills, workplace strategies, improving social skills, update on current research findings, commonly asked questions about medication, along with other topics as well.

To learn more about these and other programs that we offer, please feel free to call our center at 858-581-5050 or email us at

Mondays: 6:30 to 8:00pm

Fee: No Charge

Upcoming Meetings:

February 12th: Making Your Home Executive Function Friendly
Presenter: Sarah Kesty, Executive Function & Learning Coach. Description: Ever feel like your house can be a reflection of the disorganization in your brain? Join us to learn easy-to-implement strategies for making your home executive function friendly! We'll cover how to set up and actually use systems that work for your brain, how to get your household on board, and how to plan for system maintenance--with fun ways to boost your engagement throughout the year. To register, please e-mail us at
February 19th: Presidents' Day Holiday - No Meeting
February 26th: Transitions - Getting from Here to There With Ease
Presenter: Melissa Reskof. Adults with ADHD can find transitions difficult. Moving from one activity to another requires both the energy and effort to disengage from what you are doing AND then bring your attention to the next activity. Further, we are often transitioning from a preferred activity – something we like doing, or have flow with – to something that we need to do. Join us for an engaging conversation around transition management. Melissa will share tips, tricks and hacks from their own experience of living with Adult ADHD. To register, please e-mail us at