ADHD CONFERENCE: High Point in 2018

It was almost standing room only at this years popular ADHD Annual Conference. A host of expert ADHD speakers gave their time generously to the large packed auditorium at St Barnabas Conference Centre Sydney on Saturday 20 October 2018.

The event is a highlight of ADHD Awareness Month. It acts as a focal point and forum for ADHD expert speakers to pass the latest information onto individuals, loved ones, carers and educators. All funds made from the conference cover the cost of putting on the event run by ADDults with ADHD.

Over 130 attendees seeking the latest evidence-based information and support resources came from around Sydney, NSW, ACT, VIC, SA and QLD.

People attend to obtain information on ways they can create a better life, deepen their ADHD understanding or take away new ideas and strategies for managing symptoms.

Dr Edwina Birch opened the conference with a high level overview of the ADHD issues currently facing Australia, where currently based on research 1 million meet the diagnostic criteria, but the majority still remain untreated. The audience were encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas on what needs to be done to improve ADHD awareness, reduce the stereotypical misconceptions and to consider both the social and economic costs of not treating ADHD for society as a whole.  

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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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