Atlanta Educators, This One’s For You!

Greetings Atlanta Educators!

As you might be aware the 30th Annual International Conference on ADHD is going to be held in your back yard on November 9-12, 2017, at the Atlanta Hilton!

We think you will love our theme, “Connect & Recharge.” This year, CHADD and ADDA have joined forces to provide you with an extraordinary experience.

We’re bringing you all that you love about an ADDA conference: the highly-anticipated talent show, guest speakers such as Sari Solden, the camaraderie, the fun and so much more. We truly have something for everyone at this years’ conference. This is all part of our “Connect” theme. Plus, as an ADDed bonus, we’re including everything you may have wished to experience about CHADD: keynote speeches, another hilarious and heartfelt Rick Green show for our Friday Fundraiser, continuing education presentations by top-notch researchers and clinicians, tips for parents / adults, and plenty of support.

Here are some of the sessions designed for educators during the Pre-Conference. And many more! Just take a look at our lineup!

  • Helping Students with ADHD SUCCEED in College: Applying Behavioral Activation and Motivational Techniques presented By: Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, PhD
  • Females with ADHD Across the Lifespan presented By: Ellen Littman. PhD
  • Memory Magic: Learning How to Remember presented By: Joan Teach, PhD
  • Exercise and ADHD: Enhancing Performance through Physical Activity presented By: Zara Harris, MS, OT and Ruth Mulvany
  • Building Self-Motivation in Teens with ADHD: What Parents and Teachers Can Do to Help presented By: Margaret Sibley, PhD

Sure, you can sit at your computer and download practically anything you want to know about ADHD, but here you will meet the authors of those articles, ask the questions that are on your mind, share insights with old and new friends, and laugh with people who share your journey. Take advantage of all of the formal and informal opportunities to get to know other participants, organizers and speakers. Have lunch with a new friend. Exchange concerns and experiences in a networking session. Have a few laughs at our evening events. Take home lots of new ideas and good memories.

As an Educator in the Atlanta area, we would like to offer you a discount to attend the conference. We have set up a promotion to allow all educators to receive a 10% DISCOUNT off the Non-Member Rate registration until August 31, 2017. To take advantage of this discount you must click the following link: Non-Member Promotional Discount for Atlanta Educators. You may also opt to manually enter the discount code: ADDAATLED17. By clicking on this link your rate of $210.60 for the Pre-Conference (savings of $83.40) and $269.10 (savings of $29.99) for the General Conference will automatically populate in the system.

As a special ADDed benefit, ADDA Members receive an instant savings of $60.00. Guests who are interested in attending the conference who are not already ADDA or CHADD members, can save $30.00 on their ticket to the conference simply by signing up for a one-year membership. Full instructions can be found here: ADHD Conference 2017
It’s all here for you to absorb and enjoy, so Connect & Recharge with ADDA & CHADD!

Text CONFERENCE INFO to 51555 to receive occasional updates from ADDA about the International Conference on ADHD

Please Note: This promotion is not valid with any other promotional offer, and may be cancelled or modified at any time, with or without notice as determined by the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA). TM + Copyright 2017: Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), Children and Adults with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

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