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Tacoma, WA, United States, 2006/09/20 - All with an interest in learning about ADHD in adults and its impact on a person's life are invited to attend the 4th annual ADHD conference sponsored by Attention Deficit Disorder Resources - ADDResources.org.
Learn what you need to know about ADHD, how it impacts a person with this disorder, and what can be done about it. Attend the 4th annual conference on October 7-8, 2006 that is sponsored by Attention Deficit Disorder Resources, a national non-profit organization.
This exciting 2-day conference will jumpstart your understanding of ADHD and, for those with ADHD, it will help them to live more happily and productively. For those with more knowledge about ADHD, this conference will broaden their understanding and provide more tools and ideas for improving their own life or the lives of patients or clients.
Learn from Bill Dodson, MD, psychiatrist and popular ADHD presenter doing over 60 presentations a year, is the major presenter on Saturday.
On Sunday, Gabor Mate’, physician and author from Vancouver, B.C, will be our major presenter. His most popular title on ADHD is called, Scattered.
Besides hearing these two outstanding authorities, attendees can participate in four different breakout sessions from a selection of thirty breakout sessions presented by ADHD physicians, therapists, coaches and professional organizers.
The conference is on Saturday and Sunday, October 7th and 8th from 9am to 5pm both days. Registration fees are $65 for both days for ADD Resources members and their guests, or $85 for non-members. Single day registration options are also available. Prices will double on October 1. Advanced seminars for ADHD professionals wanting continuing education credit are $75 each.
The conference is conveniently located at Foster High School, 4242 South 144 th Street in Tukwila. The high school is located about two miles north of Sea-Tac Airport. Several hotels are in the area to accommodate out-of-area attendees. Learn more about ADHD today!
To register for this conference, our website, call or email. The sponsor of this conference is Attention Deficit Disorder Resources, a national non-profit organizatin with a mission of helping people with ADHD achieve their full potential through education, support and networking opportunities.