SATURDAY, MAY 4, DALLAS, TX
You may be a parent searching for information to help your child, an adult experiencing problems at work, a high school or college student struggling to keep up, a young adult trying to take charge of your life, a woman whose daily life feels overwhelming, or a professional looking for information to help your clients with ADHD. An excellent lineup of speakers will address and answer some of your most pressing questions.
The conference will offer helpful information for people affected by the disorder, educators, healthcare professionals and coaches.
This one-day event with a full education program, (with continuing education credits) a power lunch, networking, and more. Some of the sessions will include:
- General session with Thomas E. Brown, PhD, on Emerging Changes in Our Understanding of ADHD. Dr. Brown is a trailblazer in the understanding of executive function deficits and ADHD.
- Lunch and Learn session lead by Chris Dendy, MS on Troubleshooting Strategies to Ensure School Success for Struggling Students. Chris Dendy is a nationally recognized expert on ADHD and adolescence.
- an update on stimulant medication
- a session on the role of executive function deficits in ADHD in children and adolescents with Michael McLane, PsyD.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-233-4050.