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Living and thriving with ADHD: A webinar for parents and young people

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About Event

Have you ever felt confused or frustrated by your ADHD? Do you know someone who has it and you would like to learn more?​ ADHD can be challenging, but that it doesn’t mean you can't live an awesome and thriving life.

Join Nick Kenny from KYDS Youth Development Service on the 17th May from 6:30-7:30pm or 23rd May from 1:30-2:30pm (option to stay on for Q&A afterwards) for this interactive webinar on how to go from “falling” to “focused” with ADHD.

​​Key takeaways include:

  • ​​Understand what ADHD is (and what it is not)

  • ​​Discover the benefits and limits of medication

  • ​​Learn simple and effective strategies to help manage symptoms

  • ​​Find out how best to support a young person who has ADHD

"Very informative practical and direct" - Karen Elazzi

​​About the presenter:

​​Nick Kenny is Partnership Manager of KYDS Youth Development Service, Chief of Speakers Tribe NSW, and mental health speaker. Since lockdown, he has helped over 4000 people take charge of their mental health through workshops & presentations, working with dozens of schools across Sydney.

​​After struggling with ADHD while attending a selective school and into adulthood, Nick has learned the tools and awareness to best manage both ADHD and stress. His passion is now helping others to live their best life through mental health education.

​​He holds a Bachelor of Arts (honours), a Master of Politics & Public Policy, a Diploma of Counselling

"5/5. Excellent workshop. Easy to digest info. Thank you" - Vivien Lee

About the organisation:

​​KYDS Youth Development Service has been offering free and ongoing counselling to young people and their families since 2005. With offices in Lindfield, Hornsby, Chatswood, Waitara, St Ives, Avalon, St Ives and Gordon, they deliver over 5000 free session each year to over 400 families.

​​The service is barrier-free, with no GP referral or mental health plan needed, and no limit to the number of sessions.

​​They have also been running in-school workshops since 2005, delivering to over 50 schools in the area, and regularly offer free webinars for parents, teachers and students. For more information, phone 9416 0900 or visit

"So valuable. Thank you" - Nina Kovach