ADHD Awareness Month is going strong, offering up a bounty of great webinars & online expos.
Here are a few links to help you find what you’re looking for – ADHD Awareness Month, events calendars on ADDA & CHADD, and ADDitude Magazine webinars.
It’s also a great time to show your ADHD pride!
What, you don’t already have any ADHD t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags or coffee mugs?
Well, when I spotted these sneakers posted in one of the many ADHD groups on Facebook, I quickly tumbled down a deep rabbit hole and I found myself clicking through Etsy’s ADHD Awareness Marketplace and adding several items to my cart.
Which one would you pick? Or have you got a great one to share?
I finally hit the bottom of the rabbit hole when I found myself with search results for ADHD Awareness on Amazon in front of me and ADHD Awareness gifts on Zazzle open in another tab.
I’m happy to report, I have climbed out of that rabbit hole! And after a bit of thinning out of my Etsy shopping cart (Can you guess which ones I ultimately bought?), I will get on to the other “priorities” on my list for today.
Happy shopping! And Happy ADHD Awareness Month!
There's still time to register for the 2021 Virtual International Conference on ADHD
The conference is virtual again this year, which means no hanging out with our tribe in-person, exchanging ideas, brainstorming new projects, and enjoying some well-earned time off from "being neurotypical", but never fear, the virtual conference last year was terrific! Lots of powerful presentations and opportunities to connect in virtual spaces.
And, with no airplane or train tickets to buy, cars to rent, hotel rooms, and meals to buy, attending the conference is much pretty darned affordable!
With a member's code from ADDA or CHADD, you can get yourself a ticket for the general conference session on the 5th & 6th for as little as $120!