Sydney ADHD Meetup Group 2019

Maintaining friendships and planning social time can be hard if you have ADHD. Mixing and meeting like-minded people is a vital aspect of building a healthy, happy, ADHD life.

The group is promoted by the ADHD Helpline. Sydney ADHD Meetup Goup also cross-promotes ADDults with ADHD’s events including Awareness Days and the Annual Conference. In 2019 there were six formal meetups.

The Meetup Group is volunteer run, not-for-profit and free to join. Members enjoy social activities, relax, get together and discuss their experiences, ideas and exchange information.

Membership has grown significantly in 2017. There are 239 members currently, approx. 25% actively participate and attend different get-togethers in any given month. Average meetup attendance is between 6 and 15 people.

Garry Finney

Annual General Meeting 3 Dec 2016

The Annual General Meeting of ADDults with ADHD (NSW) Inc is scheduled for 1:00pm 3 December 2016 in the St Barnabas Centre, 57-61 Mountain Street, Ultimo near Broadway.

Current financial members are invited and eligible to vote at the meeting.


ADDults with ADHD: 20 Years Young

ADDults with ADHD has been operating for 20 years to provide support for adults with ADHD and their families.

ADDults with ADHD CelebrationThere have been 8 Presidents over the past 20 years and many other volunteers serving on the Committee of Management, in the office and at events. ADDults with ADHD is a wholly volunteer-run organisation. However, the quality and range of its services is high and the services comprehensive for the relatively small band of dedicated volunteers who have maintained its operation over the years.


ADDults with ADHD

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ADDults with ADHD (NSW) Inc is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run organisation established in 1995 to address the needs of adults with ADHD and related conditions, and their families.  We are a registered charity with Deductible Gift Recipient status.

As far as we are aware ADDult is the only organisation specifically supporting adults with ADHD in Australia.

Our membership includes professionals such as psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, educators and researchers as well as lay people interested in or impacted by ADHD.

ADDults with ADHD is committed to reducing the stigma associated with ADHD and dispelling the myths and misinformation that has been prominent in the media and in the community at large for many years. We are on the look out for opportunities to provide education about, and to raise awareness of, adult ADHD in the media, government and health professionals based on research and clinical best practice.

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