Volunteer Corner

Up-Coming Conferences / Classes

Support Groups and
Parent-to-Parent Training

Did you know that CHADD of Utah is run by volunteers?

 We are parents, grandparents, and adults who know what it is like to live AD/HD. We desire to share reliable information on AD/HD to help the parents, children, family, friends and educators understand AD/HD.

But, there is too much to do.  We cannot do it alone.

Have you benefited from previous contact with CHADD?

Do you have a couple hours or more a month to help?

Critical Volunteer Needs


Summer Camp in 2014?

8 through 12 with AD/HD
and related challenges

2014 Dates
Mid-June 2014





Do you have students with ADHD in your classroom? Every teacher does. Do you feel challenged to find the balance between the needs of your class and helping the student with ADHD learn effectively? You are not alone.

 If you are a parent of a child with ADHD who is struggling in school, would you like to learn about effective classroom interventions?

Then Teacher to Teacher is for you.

 Click Here for  Details

Annual CHADD of Utah Conference
(in collaboration with Davis School District)

"Good Days are When Bad Things Don't Happen"

Presented by

Dr. Sam Goldstein, Ph.D

January 23, 2014
7-9 p.m.
Bountiful High School Auditorium
Bountiful, Utah

Click Here for Flyer


Family Links

February 28 - March 1, 2014
Murray High School
Murray Utah


Spanish Family Links

April 12, 2014
Murray High School
Murray Utah


Utah Parent Center
The Utah Parent Center has frequent workshops, conferences and  classes throughout the year.  Please check out their web page and sign up for their email about these  seminars and other issues facing parents.


Allies with Families

Policy Information Network
Free Sibshop

Note:  The Sibshops are repeated throughout the year.  Please check the Allies with Families web page for schedules.  
Allies with Families Web Page


Location/Date Change!
Utah County Support Group
For Parents and Adults

2nd Thursday Each Month
(Except December, July, August)

700 - 830 p.m.

Provo City Library
Young-Card Room #308
550 North University Avenue


Parent-to-Parent Teachers teach parenting classes in
Eleven Areas of the State

We have a new series of classes starting Fall  2013

Click on the Parent-to-Parent link for  details.

Now is the time to

If you need specfic information on these classes, please
email info@chaddofutah.com


to attend our
Local Parent-to-Parent classes?

How About On-Line Classes?

The training is now available as an online class. You can watch the presentation on your computer and interact with the presenter by phone or headset from your home.

Please  click here for details.


Parent to Parent Classes
taught in Espanol in Salt Lake County

Call Lorena Layser  at 801-791-7621  or  
Julie Moreno at 801-272-1051 (Utah Parent Center) or at 801-867-2375 for information about the cost of these classes and times and location.

Las clases enseñadas en español están disponibles ahora en condado del lago salt. 

Llame Lorena Layser en 801-791-7621 o Julia Moreno en 801- 272-1051 (centro del padre de Utah) o en 801-867-2375 para la información sobre el coste de estas clases y épocas y localización.

Newly Discovered Resources More Resources Tidbits

You may want to add a bookmark for each of these resources.


Help Me Grow is an infoline that can connect parents with children from birth to age 8 years to community services. Parents, healthcare providers, educators or anyone else can have a single point of access to multiple resources and services for children in Utah County. Simply dial 2-1-1 and ask for Help Me Grow.


Reliable information and resources to help physicians and parents care for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN)


This website is maintained by a school counselor and a Mom of children with challenges.  The local  (within Utah) resources on the webpage are worth reviewing.  The resources are constantly being updated, so please return here frequently to get the latest information..


Finding ADHD items on Intermountain  Healthcare's web page.  Move your  mouse over the Health Resources menu.  Choose Health Resources by Topic. Scroll down to the “Topics A to Z” list and click A. Click Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. 

  • Basic handouts on ADHD in English and Spanish
  • Fact sheets for parents of students with ADHD, on working with teachers — in English and Spanish.
  • A handout for teachers on managing ADHD‐like behaviors in the classroom, assisting with ADHD evaluations, and working with the families of students diagnosed with ADHD
Web Resources for Cyberbullying

Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use

Cyberbullying Research Center




What are Possitive Behavior Interventions?

The TA Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports has been established by the Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education to give schools capacity-building information and technical assistance for identifying, adapting, and sustaining effective school-wide disciplinary practices. 

The latest news section has recent articles on 

  • Learning Is Not ‘Hard-Wired’
  • Transitioning to College
  • Bullying
  • Court cases on special education on the rise
  • Understanding shut-down learners
  • Federal strings on RTI Funding causing decreased help for children.

For details, please click on latest news.


Do you want to get Regular Email Updates on ADHD Related Stories?

The National Resource Center on AD/HD (NRC) (help4adhd.org)  publishes a bi-monthly newsletter. 
Click Here to Sign Up

NRC also produces
ADHD in the News

It is produced weekly by the NRC Library Services, and provides an overview of major stories in the media on research and other developments about ADHD and related disorders. NRC states: "We recognize that not every story included  reports good science or represents good journalism. We encourage readers to access a wide range of sources in obtaining their news and information about ADHD."

Click Here to Access "ADHD in the News"

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