The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group
                                                                       Were Not Lazy, Crazy Or Stupid:)
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Mission Statement: 
The Manhattan Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Support Group has offered  support, information, networking, and a sense of community to adults with ADD/ADHD since 1992.  We're not Lazy, Crazy, or Stupid:)
       The Manhattan Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Support Group Presents:
Our June Lecture: "Can Digital Technology Help Adults with ADHD?"

Date:           Thursday June 4th

Time:           6:00 -9:00 PM

Speakers:   Organizer Collette Shine and tech consultant David Saphier

Location:    West End Collegiate Church (School Annex),
                     245 West 77th Street (between Broadway and West End Avenue).

                     NY, NY 10024

Donation:    $5.00 to help defray the groups expenses

About The Meeting: 

You've resolved to get organized ... but how?

Well, a scanner can turn a receipt -- or any document -- into a digital file (so you can chuck the paper).

A phone can help you update your to-do list, keep track of expenses, tell you where you are, remind you where to go, ease the stress of a commute, or merge task-related functions into a comprehensive unit. One app can shut off the part of the Internet that does not help you manage your time.

Meanwhile, a touchpad can handle much of this and allow you to see what you're doing.
 Please bring your tech related questions to the meeting...


About Our Support Group:

For 22 years, the Manhattan Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Support Group has offered walk-in, peer-run support sessions for adults with ADD and ADHD. In addition, it sponsors workshops led by experts in ADD/ADHD and other aspects of mental health.


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