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 22nd: ADD Stress Management
Presenter: Roxanne Fouche, ADHD and Executive Function Coach. Description: Join us as we discuss how to manage the stress that stems from ADHD executive function challenges and/or living through the uncertainty of the current times. Roxanne will share some strategies for successfully addressing stress at work, in school, and at home. Bring your own ideas about how to manage stress for an ADHD life of wellbeing. To register, please e-mail us at
March 1st: Sensory Strategies for Improving Attention and Self Control
Presenter: Mark WIlson, OTR/L. Description: During this presentation, Mark will be discussing sensory strategies that occupational therapists are finding helpful in improving attention and self control. To register, please e-mail us at
March 8th: Understanding Learning Differences
Presenter: Katerina Violante, Director of Programs & Education at Triton Support Services. Description: During this presentation, Katerina will be discussing the cognitive functions necessary for reading and understanding language. Says Katerina, “If we can (and we can!) pinpoint and further understand WHAT is causing a person to have difficulty in their learning, even if they have a diagnosis, we can treat that difficulty like a muscle and exercise it to become stronger over time.” Katerina will also review what the main cognitive functions are that support literacy and comprehension and some tips on exercising those areas of the brain. To register, please e-mail us at