Learn How To Cope With Adult AD/HD With ADDA's Spring Teleclasses Starting April 16: Knowledge Is Only A Phone Call Away
MT. LAUREL, NJ – While most people think of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) as a concern for parents with hyperactive children, more than 9 million adults in the U.S. live with this disorder.
For these adults dealing with the daily stresses of work, family and relationships can sometimes seem overwhelming. But this spring help is on the way from the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)!
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.
Teleclass participants will learn ADD-friendly ways to organize their lives, discover how to be more productive at work and be able to ask questions from medical and AD/HD professionals about any aspect of AD/HD.
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 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
-April 23rd: Too Much Muchness- Master Your Day, Desk and Deliverables, with Leslie Robison, Professional Organizer
-April 25th: Paper Paper Everywhere and No Place to Sit, with Linda Anderson, AD/HD Coach and ADDA President
-April 30th: AD/HD and Relationships: We Can Both be Happy, with Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA and ADDA Board member
-May 2nd: Self Care- Walking the Talk, with Roberta Fortune, The Spa Lady
-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
-May 9th: AD/HD and Marriage: A Survival Guide, with Arthur Robin, PhD
-May 14th: Love Your Life, Yourself and Your Kids- It’s Possible!, with Kristi McClanahan, AD/HD and Parenting Coach
-May 16th: Getting Your Bills Paid on Time, with Sally Palaian, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
-May 21st: Workplace Productivity and AD/HD, with Victoria Ball, M.Ed., MCC, ADD Career Coach
-May 23rd: Medication Combinations for Adult AD/HD and Co-Existing Psychiatric Conditions, with David W. Goodman, MD
For more information on ADDA, visit www.add.org or call (856) 439-9099.