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Start An ADHD Support Group: Negative ADHD Perspectives Feeling alone in your ADHD can be tough especially when people around you are prone to misconceptions about the condition Fireworks On The Brain Putting A Human Face On ADHD Learn how to find or start a support group and discover a community of likeminded people By Michael Sandler Hands of ADHD students on top of each other Ever been frustrated by the media’s take on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD – the many stories about our “Ritalin Nation” about ADHD as “just a byproduct of our society” or about “teachers pushing drugs” Ever wondered what you could do to combat negative perceptions and help others with ADHD After hearing heartbreaking stories from people in local workshops and support groups I felt compelled to take action Several months ago I sold my belongings bought a plane ticket to Oregon and then rode my bicycle 5000 miles in 40 days from coast to coast My goal To counter negative perceptions about ADHD educate the public and show that anyone with ADHD can succeed I pedaled through the heart of America talking to people along the way And I met people with distressing stories One mom blamed herself for her son’s ADHD She didn’t know that people with the condition can be a success or that resources are available to help them achieve that goal A famous news anchor confided to me that he was diagnosed only a few years ago Before he understood ADHD he floundered in his career Yet like many brilliant and successful people with ADHD he was reluctant to help others afraid to mention his condition because of the stigma attached to it The mom and the anchorman share a similar story and a powerful message We cannot live in a vacuum Only through education and understanding will people with ADHD succeed and achieve On my journey I learned that people are willing to listen and that ADHD advocacy needn’t be carried out on a national stage it starts where you live Put a human face on ADHD talk to everyone and anyone about it The more we talk about ADHD the more we break down barriers Hold workshops for educators and school administrators or find someone who can Learn how to work with the media offer to write articles on ADHD for local publications and get on local radio or TV Or start a local ADHD support group Besides being rewarding it’s also fun and easy to form see below Enlist guest speakers for the meetings and invite the press Fireworks On The Brain Putting A Human Face On ADHD A little tip Tell the newspaper or magazine about the event weeks in advance to increase the chances of getting coverage One middleaged woman I met could have been helped by such an article or by a support group She told me about bouncing from job to job project to project relationship to relationship Feeling misunderstood alone and without hope she reached the point of contemplating suicide Her story and countless others inspire me to do more because the suffering can be helped We can achieve amazing things but we need each other Support group startup stepbystep Determine whether you’ll run the group alone or with a friend Search for a quiet location Free options include a coffee shop during off hours churchtemple or a nonprofit organization Decide on the frequency and time for meetings Monthly is doable for most people and early weeknight evenings or Saturday mornings are ideal meeting times Call the newspaper to list meetings in the community calendar Also post flyers at local hangouts Develop a format An easy way to start is to give five minutes to each person to share his story followed by general discussion Many groups have 20minute talks on prechosen topics Decide whether to charge a fee I’ve seen some support groups die out because of the fee but a nominal fee will defray advertising costs and can be used to pay speakers Keep a consistent schedule – it helps people remember the time and place and thus increases the comfort level of members