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ADHD Peer Support Group (Wednesday)

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Every month on the fourth Wednesday at to
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ADHD Peer Support Group Sheffield is attended and run by adults who have ADHD or think they may have ADHD. Anyone who feels they meet this criteria is welcome to attend meetings. The group follows and embodies the NSUN Peer Support Charter.

Please note they are not a service provider led group, they are run entirely by volunteers.

Face-to-Face Meetings

When: 4th Wednesday of each month, from 6pm – 8pm

Where: Meeting room at Sheffield Hallam University Charles Street Building in Sheffield. This is a few minutes walk from Sheffield Train Station which is also well served by buses and trams. There is adjacent parking at a nearby Q-Park, though cheaper parking is available 5-10 minutes walk away on Matilda Street, or the NCP on Eyre Street.

There is another monthly ADHD Peer Support Group which meets on the 2nd Monday of the month (6-8pm at the same location) but due to high numbers they ask that you only attend one of the groups.

You can receive updates about when the next meeting is by joining their mailing list, which you can do by emailing them. Links to the online meetings are sent out to this mailing list a few days before the day of the meeting.

If there are any changes, they will do their best to notify all members on the mailing list, usually around 24 hours before the meeting or as soon as they are made aware.

Please note: events may not be running on bank holidays and over the Christmas period. Please double check with the organiser (before attending) if you are unsure.

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ADHD Peer Support Group Sheffield is attended and run by adults who have ADHD or think they may have ADHD.

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