Cost: $15, at-will donation or free in some instances – Must Register At Below Links
Location: Resource Training & Solutions, 137 23rd Street South, Sartell, MN
Description: Beginning in 2009 we launched the ADHD Professional Guides Luncheons to provide an opportunity for professionals who work in the field of ADHD to meet regularly to discuss the needs of the community and to learn from one another. To date, 310 participants have been a part of this program. Currently, we host three luncheons a year in a relaxed and informal setting. Beginning January 8, 2019, we are inviting six new participants to join us to network, discuss and learn about ADHD and the needs in our communities. The spaces will fill on a first come first serve basis. We will maintain a waiting list as spaces become available due to participants having schedule changes, moving or retiring. There is a non-refundable $15.00 registration fee per luncheon. You may register at Network For Good. If you are wondering if this event might be a benefit to your work we invite you to pay us a visit and register using the one time only free Guest Pass. Lunch is catered from Panera – please notify us if you have a special dietary request. For more information email Lee Gehrls, Volunteer Resource Development Coordinator at email@example.com or you may call 320-291-1116 (For Professional Use Only).
ADHD & Jobs: Finding the Right Career Path (Annual Invite a Colleague to Lunch Event)
April 1, 2020 from noon-1:30 p.m.
Short Description: During our discussion at this luncheon you will learn: 1) the best time to start thinking about a career, 2) what should the student and parents look for in a college, university or technical school, 3) the parent’s role in this identification process, 4) know how time blindness can be a big problem, 5) identify tools for your toolbox that will help you succeed such as calendars, ADHD coaches, and body doubling, and 6) identify the resources that are available online from webinars to week-long online college prep classes for those with ADHD.
ADHD & Twice-Exceptional Kids
Aug. 5, 2020 from noon-1:30 p.m.
Short Description: During our discussion, we will: 1) look at the special needs of 2e students, 2) examine the seven myths about twice-exceptional learners, 3) review five tips for parents of gifted children with ADHD, and 4) look at the resources and support services that are available for 2e students, parents, and teachers.
ADHD & Bipolar Disorder: Recognizing the Differences & Similarities
Nov. 4, 2020 from noon-1:30 p.m.
Short Description: During the discussion, we will take a look at the similarities and differences of the disorders, educational and Internet resources, and the support services that are available on a local and state level.