"WHY IS IT HARD TO CONCENTRATE WITH ADHD?"

YOUR  CHANCE TO HELP OTHERS UNDERSTAND ADHD

For people with ADHD, distractions can become debilitating and impact everyday tasks many consider straightforward. It is difficult to maintain attention. It's also really difficult to understand why .. and to explain ADHD's impact on us to others who aren’t affected by it. 

The next ADHD AWARENESS AFTERNOON seeks to address these challenges. It will be a unique opportunity to not only learn more about ADHD but also contribute to important ADHD research about how we best explain it to others!

Led by Dr ALISON POULTON from Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney, we will explore how the ADHD mind works, what happens to our concentration minute-by-minute and hour-by-hour plus how this affects our daily functioning.

With limited Australian research into ADHD, this session is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the production of an analogy or illustration that

* people with ADHD can relate to, and

* people who don't have ADHD can better understand

A copy of the event flyer can be downloaded HERE. We encourage you to share with others! 

REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL, so confirm your attendance HERE.

EVENT DETAILS . “What happens to your attention in ADHD” - Special Awareness Afternoon. Where. St Barnabas Centre, 57-61 Mountain Street, Ultimo (near Broadway). When. Saturday 7 September 2019, from 2.00pm to .400pm. 


Dr Poulton has been working with children, adolescents, adults and families for more than 20 years. During this time she has developed an understanding about the types of difficulties experienced by people with ADHD on a day-to-day basis. 

ADHD AWARENESS AFTERNOON: Beating ADHD's Low Moods

 

When life feels like a struggle or things go wrong low mood can begin to take hold.  Ways that we recognise low mood include feeling down, flat or tearful. Being easily frustrated, feeling irritable, concentration problems, appetite or sleep problems are also signs of low mood. 

“People with ADHD feel everything more vividly. When it comes to passion, joy, and curiosity, this is a good thing. When it comes to rejection, overwhelm, and anger, powerful emotions can be debilitating.” says Dr Ed Halliwell M.D. psychiatrist and world-renowned ADHD authority  


 ADDults with ADHD’s next ADHD Awareness Afternoon on SATURDAY 1st JUNE features Dr AMANDA MULLIN, Clinical Psychologist and Director of Mindworx Psychology talking about “BEATING LOW MOOD WHEN YOU HAVE ADHD”. 

Register your seat now. Attendees will learn strategies to build resilience, and to recognise and manage their mood during tough times.

FULL DETAILS (download the flyer) here. Share it with others!

TO REGISTER  and reserve your spot go to: www.adultadhd.org.au

After the seminar mix, chat & meet new people over tea & coffee. ADHD handout information WILL BE FREELY available. Good ADHD publications + resources will be on sale.

Donation on the day is appreciated, to cover venue and catering costs.

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ADDults with ADHD is a not for profit charity dedicated to improving the lives of adults dealing with ADHD in themselves, their family, their friends and their clients.

For over 20 years it has run quarterly ADHD Awareness Afternoons, on practical topics, led by great speakers and giving you the chance to meet and chat with others who live with ADHD, their family or friends. 

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