Connect & Recharge : International ADHD Conference ADHD, an Executive function deficit, can cause impairment in many different areas including planning. So how do ADDers get to the next conference where they can connect with peers, professionals, and helpful products? By getting a little help from their friends and community.
ADDA presents, The ADHD Conference; Planning and Budgeting to get there.
In this session we will share: an ADHD friendly budget plan, discount websites and tips for travel lodging and meals in Altanta, and a private FaceBook Group for connecting with other conference goers.
Why should you go to all this trouble? Because being at this conference can transform your life, shape life long friendships, connect you to resources and the latest and greatest ADHD experts. The sense of belonging and connecting with people who get you makes this…
- Personal enrichment and benefits of attending ADHD conf
- Budgeting & minimizing expenses getting to and at the event
- All the details necessary to plan both financially & logistically for Conf attendance
Who: Abraham Breuer, AAC
Abraham Breuer is a Life Coach with Extensive training, knowledge and personal experience of ADHD. He was born and raised in New York. After graduating, he trained as a real estate professional and at the turn of a decade, he found himself managing a rental real estate portfolio, which he continues to oversee and manage to date.
While he did make a comfortable living from real estate, he had spare time in abundance and volunteered as a big brother and mentor to help teen age kids who needed a supporting hand. Mr. Breuer worked with them, made them feel understood, despite the various challenges they had, THIS was what he really enjoyed doing.
Fast forward several years, Mr. Breuer decided to continue impacting the lives of teens and their parents professionally and on a deeper level. He enrolled in a comprehensive Coach Training program at the ADDCA (ADD Coach Academy)* with a specialty in ADHD, Parent and Family Coaching. This gave him the professional edge and the multiple tools he employs today as an ADHD, Family and Parent Coach & Consultant.
Abraham Breuer has combined his 15 years of experience in handling people from all walks of life with his coach training and hands on experience with teenagers to apply it to his greatest passion – which is increasing the parent-child relationship of those who would otherwise be struggling a lifetime.
Find him online at: http://www.familyadhdcoaching.com/