ADHD Group: ‘Along Their Way’ Offers Education and Virtual Support Groups
Along Their Way, LLC offers support groups in person or through video chat, for adults, parents, and caregivers who are coping and learning about ADHD. The next group begins April 7th, 2021 from 6-7 pm MT for six sessions and is $350. Many participants learn more about solutions and strategies to help ignite task initiation and follow-through, decrease negative self-talk and increase social connections to demystify ADHD. Each week Jamie will dive into a different topic leaving plenty of time and space for discussion and sharing. Participants who join these groups will receive information and research on factors that affect executive function, including brain wiring, brain health, processing modalities, nutrition, environment, lifestyle, and stress. Discussions will cover time blindness, poor judgment, procrastination, perfectionism, distractibility, and impulsivity and much more.
Many participants either have a child who struggles with ADHD or is unsuccessful achieving personal goals or executive functioning skills. Another commonality is a recent diagnosis in the family. “I aim to offer a feeling of belonging and empowerment. Taking this step can be life-changing,” said Jamie Blume, founder and CEO of Along Their Way, LLC. Jamie is a certified ADHD and life coach for teens, young adults, and their parents. She herself was a parent of a struggling teen with executive function challenges. Jamie goes on to explain, “Through this community, I strive to offer a safe place to get your questions answers, increase patience for yourself and your loved ones, get emotional support, and hopefully share some laughter.”
Jamie Blume is also meeting with clients in person in and around Denver, Colorado, or video chats nationwide. Blume holds advanced degrees in nutrition, holistic wellness coaching, and public health. As Jamie explains, “I believe that every child is creative, resourceful, and capable of making choices that will lead to a gratifying life; some simply need more help figuring it out along their way.”
If you have any questions and are interested in learning more please contact Jamie Blume at Along Their Way, LLC 303-506-5776 firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Along the Way
Along Their Way support teenagers, young adults, and their families by focusing on the whole being–mind, body, spirit, and heart. Our goal is to provide guidance and insight as to your teenager maneuvers around the rocks, goes through rough waters, and finds areas of flow. Based in Denver, Colorado, we offer guidance through ADHD and life coaching, and group retreats nationwide.