13th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference

Responding to ADHD in Times of Crisis
January 28-29, 2021 Virtual Conference
 

13th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference

Responding to ADHD in Times of Crisis
January 28-29, 2021 Virtual Conference
 

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13th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference – Virtual Event

Responding to ADHD in Times of Crisis

The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, will present the 13th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Virtual Conference, January 28-29, 2021. This conference brings together a multi-disciplinary group of experts who share their research and interventions on ADHD.

Concurrent Session Tracks:

  • Mental Health/Medical Practitioners
  • Clinicians/Rehabilitation Specialists
  • Educators
  • Parents

Who Should Attend:

The conference will include content specific to educators, counselors, parents, adults with ADHD, mental health professionals, and medical professionals. The program 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.

Attending the Virtual Conference:

Registered attendees will receive access to the online conference portal, where you can tune in to the sessions from a desktop or laptop computer. Some sessions will be pre-recorded, while others will be streamed live. You will check in and out of the sessions to track attendance for CEUs.



 


Questions?

For more information, please contact Emily Townsend at ehtownsend@ua.edu or 205-348-0356.