Event Details

September 17, 2018 to September 17, 2018
6:15 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact info

Meeting Location: Select Human Services, Inc.
17-19 Marble Ave.
Pleasantville, New York

Name: Cheryl Lilling
Phone: NA
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CHADD of Westchester-Putnam & Vicinity, NY - 376: Mon Sep 17

Added by clilling on 2014-05-19

CHADD Meeting Mon Sep 17 (3rd Mon): School Discipline of ADHD Students http://www.chadd.net/376 westchester-putnamvicinity@chadd.net We added “Westchester” to our name and email address to reflect our relocation to Pleasantville. (the old email will forward) CHADD (Children and Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is a national non-profit, parent-based organization that offers support and information on AD/HD. Meetings are now the 2nd Mon of each month except Sep (3rd Mon) Support Session: 6:15 - 7:15 PM Facilitated by our Social Worker, Deborah Saunders, LCSW General Meeting: 7:30 PM Topic: "School Discipline of ADHD Students" Speaker: Robert M. Tudisco, Esq. -- Special Education/Disability Attorney, Adult With AD/HD, author A $5.00 Donation is requested of nonmembers. This can be applied toward membership the same evening. Our new location: Select Human Services, Inc. 17-19 Marble Ave Pleasantville, NY 10570 http://selecthumanservices.org/ It is a brick building with 'Select' in the glass window. Look for our yellow CHADD signs too. Free Parking after 6 PM: • At meters on the street • OR in the lot behind the building. Even though there are names on the spaces, they are also available. 4 minute walk from Pleasantville train station, where you can catch a Harlem line train or a Westchester Bee Line bus.

Intended audience

Adults

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Cost: A $5 donation is requested of non-members

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Categories: Community event, Group meeting, Workshop

Diagnoses addressed: ADHD


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