Our friends at CHADD & ADDitude Magazine have some great free webinars scheduled for September!

Partnership Over Parenting With ADHD

Wednesday, Sept. 15th @ 7:30pm ET

w/ Summer Christiansen

presented by ADDA

free for ADDA members, $9.95 for non-members

The Art of Staying Focused Under Pressure (Without Burning Out)

Thursday, Sept. 16th @ 8:00pm ET

w/ Linda Walker, PCC

presented by ADDA

Free for everyone!

Communicating with Your Child’s Teacher - Part 1

Friday, Sept 17th @ 3pm ET

“Let Me Introduce You to My Child”

w/ Linda Karanzalis

presented by CHADD

The Art of Staying Focused Under Pressure (Without Burning Out)

Sunday, Sept. 19th @ 8:00pm ET

w/ Linda Walker, PCC

presented by ADDA

Free for everyone!

ADHD Ages & Stages - Part 2

Thursday, Sept. 22nd @ 1pm ET

Common Challenges and Practical Strategies for Teens and Young Adults with ADHD

w/ Meg Leahy, MS, NCC, BCC

presented by ADDitude Magazine

The Art of Staying Focused Under Pressure (Without Burning Out)

Wednesday, Sept. 22nd @ 2:00pm ET

w/ Linda Walker, PCC

presented by ADDA

Free for everyone!

Communicating with Your Child’s Teacher - Part 2

Friday, Sept 24th @ 3pm ET

“Supporting Your Child at School”

w/ Linda Karanzalis

presented by CHADD

The Art of Staying Focused Under Pressure (Without Burning Out)

Saturday, Sept. 25th @ 2:00pm ET

w/ Linda Walker, PCC

presented by ADDA

Free for everyone!

Optimizing Executive Functions in Children and Adults with ADHD

Thursday, Sept. 28th @ 1pm ET

w/ Adele Diamond, Ph.D., FRSC

presented by ADDitude Magazine

And there’s loads of fabulous stuff coming up for us ADHDers in the months to come!

October is ADHD Awareness Month with almost daily info-packed webinars & podcast episodes!

And no sooner does ADHD Awareness Month wrap up than November arrives and CHADD, ADDA & ACO bring us the 2021 Virtual International Conference on ADHD. kicks off on November 4th.

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!

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