Support and information for families and individuals living with ADHD. Please join us at our virtual presentations.

A message from Barbara Bennett, MA, Volunteer Coordinator, Eastside CHADD:

Welcome to Eastside CHADD, a satellite of national CHADD.

CHADD is the national, evidence-based organization devoted to bring up-to-date scientific research about ADHD to the ADHD community and to those who work with individuals with ADHD. Its goal is to provide knowledge about effective practices in education, parenting, and lifespan issues.

At a time when academic and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to implement them, are key to a solid economic future, our programming will present professionals who will keep your knowledge current about ADHD and related conditions such as learning disabilities, anxiety, and mood disorders.

We will bring you timely information about the new diagnostic criteria used to diagnose ADHD.

In response to your requests, we plan to add programs to meet the needs of adults.

Eastside CHADD is an all volunteer community group. Please contact me to volunteer your skills, ideas, and your expertise, whether it be for a few moments at our meetings or for longer projects. We value all who give generously of their time to make Eastside CHADD the place to learn about ADHD and to support those with ADHD. We thank our presenters who volunteer their time to share their expertise at our meetings.

We invite you to join Eastside CHADD at our virtual meetings and welcome your membership in Eastside CHADD.

If you are not receiving our email updates and wish to receive them please sign up at Eastside-CHADD.org on our CONTACT US page.

Our meetings will be virtual for the time being until it is safe to meet in person. Check with WA State DOH, and the King County Department of Health for Covid updates.

Barbara Bennett, M.A.
Volunteer Eastside CHADD Coordinator


FREE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: Monday, June 3rd, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Pacifc Time

Debra Fitzgibbons, M.A. - What We Need to Know About Assistive Technology (AT) and Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) - Their Role in Education and Through the Golden Years

Debra Fitzgibbons, M.A. in AT, has 20 years experience in the field of AT and Accessible Educational Materials. The Coordinator for the Oregon Technology Access Program, she just organized the special conference, Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) Throughout the Lifespan.

See MEETING SCHEDULE for more details.