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HADD's mission is to make life better for people affected by ADHD

Following on from the great day out in Jumpzone with our Family Social, here are two more dates for your diaries:

Ski Session @ Ski Club, Kiltiernan, Saturday 25th November @ 10.30-12.30pm   €22.50 p/p

Fencing Class, Fencefit, Bosco's Youth Club, Drimnagh, Thursday 30th November @ 6.30-8.00pm   €15 p/p

To register your interest send details to: info@hadd.ie / call 01 874 8349

 

Online Adult Webinars!

In a new initiative we will be launching an online webinar which will enable anyone with phone and/or internet access across Ireland to take part. There will also be a facility with this format for questions to be asked and answered by the facilitators. Our next webinar takes place on the:

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