Central Scotland Adult ADHD Peer Support Groups

There are currently, as of October 2017, two support groups for adult attention deficit (with or without hyperactivity) disorder advertises here running in Scotland.
The meetings are informal and loosely structured. We help each other with the symptoms and difficulties that adults with ADHD experience on a daily basis. We exchange information, talk about issues related to adult ADHD and have a good time. All meetings are confidential, no judgements are made, and no issues are too delicate.  
We welcome all adults with or without a diagnosis and invite their spouses, partners and close family members/friends to come with them.

Usually a meeting is held on the 1st Thursday of the month at a coffee bar in central Edinburgh, currently Joseph Pearce at the top of Leith Walk. A new support group has also been established in Glasgow, meeting on the 3rd Thursday of the month at the coffee bar in Waterstone's on Sauchiehall Street.

Please check this page on the day of the Event in case there have been any changes to the time or location.

The next Edinburgh meet will be on Thursday 5th of October, 6 pm at Joseph Pearce (bar), 23 Elm Row, EH7 4AA. There should be a book to identify ourselves, We should have one of the tables near the stairs on the left of the bar, booked in the name of Simon.also look out for our mascot "Hammy" he's so cute.

The next Glasgow meet will be on Thursday 19th of October, 6 till 8 pm at Waterstones (bookshop) in the basement coffee shop, 153-157 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EW, there will be a blue ADHD book on our reserved table titled "ADHD in adults" to help you find us. also look out for our mascot "Hammy" he's so cute.

The support group has in the past been associated with the Scottish charity, Addressing the Balance, but this has now closed. also a Dunfermline group but they could not conform to our, no judgements are made rule.