ADHD involves serious issues but strategies for turning symptoms into strengths exist.

ADDults with ADHD proudly announces the ADHD Annual Conference on Saturday, 20th October, 2018.

Some good reasons to attend.  

    • Learn ways to create a better ADHD life
    • Get tips from leading Australian ADHD experts
    • Discover ways to improve your relationships
    • Deepen your understanding of ADHD
    • Gather ideas or strategies for managing

The conference provides exceptional value! It includes access to trusted ADHD self-help resources plus the chance to hear Australian ADHD experts such as ... 

EDWINA BIRCH, Clinical Psycholgist. Topic: What the public and government need to know about ADHD

DR KEITH CHEE, Consultant Psychiatrist. Topic: ADHD Medications Demystified

ALISON POULTON, Senior Lecturer, Sydney Medical School Nepean. Topic:Why does my partner with ADHD have to be so difficult?

CAROL MARTYN, Organising Coach. Topic: What is the difference between Messy and Hoarding?

DR JEROEN DECARTES, Clinical Psychologist. Topic: Aspergers  and ADHD

DR AMANDA MULLIN, Clinical Psychologist. Topic: Emotional Regulation and ADHD"

Explore free ADHD self-help handouts about key ADHD challenges. Buy essential ADHD self-help resources.

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Download the ADHD Annual Conference Handout


Personal stories and real-life experiences

ADHD is the real-life experience of many adults. Hear four members of our community share their experience and tips for how they make life with ADHD work for them.  Take this valuable opportunity to engage with other adults dealing with ADHD. Perhaps make a contribution of your own. Then stay and chat with others over tea and coffee.

WHEN: Saturday, 1 September 2018 2.00 to 4.30pm.

WHERE: The "Howard Guiness Hall", St Barnabas Centre, 57-61 Mountain Street, Ultimo near Broadway.

We look forward to seeing you there. All welcome.

REGISTER here - and help us prepare seating and catering.

Publications and resources will be on sale, and handout information will be FREELY available.

$5 donation appreciated on the day - to help cover the costs.

Join us after for tea, coffee and conversation.

Catch train to Railway Square near Central Railway. Walk west along Broadway, past Harris St., and Wattle St., and then look out for Mountain Street on the right. Or catch a bus that stops in Broadway near Mountain St (if heading east) or Buckland St (if heading west).



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