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ADDA Offering Resources and Education For AD/HD Awareness


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Posted Sep 11, 2007 at 10:11:51 AM
Subject: ADDA Offering Resources and Education For AD/HD Awareness

ADDA is celebrating National Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Awareness Week , Sept. 16-22, by offering resources and a free series of interactive teleclasses on AD/HD to educate the public about this disorder that affects about 9 million American adults.

This is the fourth consecutive year National AD/HD Awareness Day is being celebrated. ADDA is the lead organization again this year in ensuring Awareness Day is celebrated nationwide! Visit www.add.org/awareness to learn more about ADDA's efforts.

Get Educated With ADDA’s Teleclasses and Regional Meetings
ADDA will kick off AD/HD Awareness Day with a week-long series of free teleclasses - interactive courses offered by AD/HD experts over the telephone – for members from September 17-20. Course topics during this week include: Everything you Wanted to Know about AD/HD but Forgot to Ask; Finding a Career that Works for YOU!; Just Diagnosed, Now What?; and Conquer Procrastination and Create Progress. To find out more, visit: www.add.org/store/teleclasshome.html

Regular fall teleclasses will then run every Wednesday night through November 28. For a schedule, visit: www.add.org/store/teleclasshome.html

ADDA is also holding a series of four regional meetings beginning September 29 in Providence, RI, to educate adults with AD/HD and professional working with them. For information, visit www.addregionals.org

Do Your Own Part to Increase Awareness
In addition to participating in ADDA’s events, you can do your own part to increase awareness! Visit www.add.org/awareness to find out how you can join our awareness campaign.

Join ADDA as we raise AD/HD awareness and empower AD/HD individuals to live full and successful lives!


Sincerely,
The Attention Deficit Disorder Association
(www.add.org)

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