The College of Continuing Studies is adapting our business operations to continue to serve our customers amid the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Employees will work remotely to assist students, conference and training session attendees and organizers, OLLI members, clients of health, safety and environmental consultations, and others. Bryant Conference Center, Bryant Museum and UA Gadsden Center are closed until further notice. For the latest COVID-19 University of Alabama updates, please visit the UA Health Information website.

12th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference

2020 Focus on ADHD!

The University of Alabama, together with a statewide advisory committee, will present the 12th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Conference, January 23-24, 2020, at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 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 (Separate parent track is new in 2020!)


Who Should Attend:

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

Hear what Dr. Mark Thomas, conference co-chair, and Linda Mays, former news anchor on ABC 33/40, have to say about this conference.


For more information, please contact Sea Talantis at or 205-348-3014 or Mandy Guin at or 205-348-6222.

The Southeast Regional ADHD Conference Center is sponsored by:

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