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Adult PDAer Discussion Forum - would you like to join?
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,138
    Just to let you know that there are a few Adult PDAer's who are keen to have some discussions within the Adult PDAer Private Forum.

    Therefore if you are an Adult PDAer but haven't yet joined this forum and would like to please e-mail asking for access. Thank you.

  • DAC
    Posts: 12
    I am a mum of a 23 year old PDAer. Would I be able to join to see what advice the adults can give me for my son or is this not the right forum for that?
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,138
    Hi DAC, I'll send you a private message - take a look in your 'messages' tab.
  • Sparenib
    Posts: 1
    I'm in the same boat as DAC - mum of a 23-year-old Uni student having immense problems with everything. She's extremely able to do the coursework - it's the rest of life that's causing dreadful problems. She's now on a year off after poor attendance last year or so, but is desperate to get her degree. She would refuse to join an Adult PDA forum. Would it be worth taking her along to the Bognor training day with me? I've not seen any forum stuff about young adults, or the provision that's available by Uni for students with PDA (they will give "support" for ADHD apparently).
  • Em83Em83
    Posts: 68
    Hi Sparenib I will send you a private message - please take a look in your messages tab.

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