The Accountability-Keys to ADHD Course based on the book ADD Stole My Car Keys. It is co-authored by international ADHD expert, Rick Green (Order of Ontario and Order of Canada), and Dr. Umesh Jain, M.D., PhD.

Each Accountability-Keys course is limited to 14 nice ADHD folks. An RSVP and confirmation is required to be admitted to this course. New participants will not be admitted after the WEEK 2 meeting. Join our Meetup group – Toronto Adult ADD/ADHD Support Group – to receive notification of upcoming course dates and meetings. 

Who Are You?

Find Out Why You Act and Think The Way You Do & Learn How to Become Accountable

ADD Stole My Car Keys: The Surprising Ways Attention Deficit Disorder Affects Your Life & Strategies for Creating A Life Your Love

A small group course to discover, learn and share the ways and the means to empower our ADHD selves.

Week One: Common Beliefs ADHD People Share
Week Two: Signs from Childhood
Week Three: Common Behaviours in ADDers
Week Four: Common Misbehaviours
Week Five: Signs of Inattention in Adults
Week Six: Signs of Hyperactivity & Impulsivity
Week Seven: Disorders That Resemble, or Combine with ADHD
Week Eight: Familiar Frustrations of ADHD Adults
Week Nine: Familiar Complaints of the ADDer’s Family
Week Ten: How ADD Impacts Work and Finances
Week Eleven: Unconsciously Compensating
Week Twelve: Amazing, Unexpected, Sometimes Hidden, Often Unappreciated Strengths of ADHD Adults

The Top 8 reasons to be in this Accountability Course:

  1. Learn more about the ADHD than 99% of the rest of the Adult ADHD population (of which most don’t even know they have it).
  2. To go through a book in a structured empowering and effective manner. The book is quite simple to read through, though it is easily ten times more powerful to do it in a group setting.
  3. Meet 12 other supportive and committed folks who only want to enrich their lives further.
  4. Have FUN ….and grow big time.
  5. Become accountable to the group for accomplishing mini achievements throughout the twelve-week course – as well as an option for free follow up Alumnae meetings.
  6. Learn about a few ‘free’ resources that are available in our great city that are relevant and accessible to you.
  7. Make it affordable and possible for others to have the same powerful experience  – and certainly not spend the thousands of dollars that many feel trapped into paying.
  8. Learn a lot about tips that really allow you to be empowered to making real positive changes.

The book ADHD Stole my Car Keys is phenomenal – especially when used in a structured and facilitated group format. I have been very fortunate to know the authors, Dr. Umesh Jain and Rick Green, quite well over the past 15 years.

Dr. Jain is an internationally recognised scientist and teacher in the area of ADHD, impulsivity in children/adolescents and psychopharmacology. He has earned both a PhD in Adult ADHD and M.Ed – an academic pursuit that very few medical doctors ever do.  I have been to about one hundred of his ‘teachings’ on the topic of ADHD as well as personally met him over 50 times. Unfortunately, he has moved on to other ventures travelling across the big ocean twice a month. His absence is a void in the ‘simple’ treatment of ADHD.

Rick Green is the most authentic person that I have ever met. A  household name for his television productions in the 1980s, he is co-founder of comedy tripe The Frantics and co-creator of The Red Green Show.  His dedication to raising the international awareness and understanding of ADHD was rewarded by the Governor General of Canada who appointed him a member of the order of Canada in 2017.  Check out his site:

ADHD Toronto Co-founder, Wayne O'Brien, a former patient of Dr. Jain, recipient of ``hundreds of hours`` of one-on-one sessions, and participant in extensive group structured courses and small-group experiences.

Wayne O'Brien with Order of Canada recipient and book co-author, Rick Green

The book is available for purchase online and in class. Reference copies will be available onsite too.

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