Subject: ADDA Offers Teleclasses on AD/HD College Related Issues
Learn How To Cope With Adult AD/HD In College With ADDA'S Spring Teleclasses Starting April 16: Knowledge Is Only A Phone Call Away
Beginning April 16, ADDA is offering a series of 12 teleclasses, open to anyone with a telephone and a willingness to learn, that will present effective strategies for handling these everyday challenges. The hour-long teleclasses are free for ADDA members and $10 per class for non-members.
Well-respected experts in the medical and mental health fields, as well as AD/HD professionals that work with adults with AD/HD will explain how people can successfully cope with issues in the workplace, in college, and in relationships, as well as explore parenting from an AD/HD perspective. Teleclasses are appropriate for adults with AD/HD, parents with AD/HD children, educators, medical and mental health professionals, other AD/HD professionals and interested members of the general public.
Registration is now open online at www.add.org for the teleclasses.
ADDA Spring Teleclass Partial Schedule (all classes are from 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET):
-April 16th: Everything You Wanted to Know About AD/HD But Forgot to Ask, with Terry Dickson, MD
-April 18th: ADD-Friendly Ways To Organize Your Life, with Judith Kolberg, Professional Organizer
-May 7th: Here We Are-Now Educate Us! Strategies to Assist Students with AD/HD in their Transition to College, with Tracey Rush, MS, College Advisor
For more information on ADDA and to view the complete teleclass schedule, visit www.add.org or call (856) 439-9099.