2016 ADHD Conference

The Southeast Regional ADHD Conference is held annually and run by The University of Alabama. The program includes content specific to educators, counselors, parents, adults with ADHD, mental health professionals, medical professionals,  social workers, school nurses, disability ministries and home school providers

Southeast Regional ADHD Conference

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The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, presented the 8th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference, January 22-23, 2016 at the beautiful Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach, Alabama. This past year's theme was "Navigating the Change Points." The conference brought together a multi-disciplinary group of experts to  share their research and interventions on ADHD.

Concurrent Session Tracks:

  • Mental Health/Medical Practitioners
  • Educators/Parents
  • Service Providers

 


Who Should Attend:

The program includes content specific to educators, counselors, parents, adults with ADHD, mental health professionals, and medical professionals. It is valuable for DHR workers, social workers, school nurses, disability ministries and home school providers. Likewise, anyone involved in the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation efforts of children and adults with ADHD will benefit from attending.