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HEARTS & MINDS - 11th International ADHD Conference
    ADDISS INTERNATIONAL ADHD CONFERENCE
    

10-12th October 2013

Adelphi Hotel Liverpool

Renowned speakers from all over the world, personal stories, the latest research and guidelines, entertainment and insight - this is so much more than a conference. It is a place to make new connections, to network – make new friends.

from heart to heart
It is somewhere you can meet people who simply ‘get it’. A place to open your hearts and minds; laugh, cry and leave with a sense of belonging.

The conference is open to anyone involved with, or affected by, ADHD – healthcare professionals, teachers, social workers, the probation service, carers, parents, families and ADHDers.

Don’t miss out!

Sign-up now online HERE.

For the latest information and programme on the International ADHD Conference: www.adhdconference.org.uk

Or, contact ADDISS on tel: 0044 (0)20 8952 1515. Alternatively, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Thoughts from last year

The ADDISS conferences have been remarkable. Andrea Bilbow, CEO at ADDISS, has been able to invite international speakers and persuade them to present without payment and in eclectic style.

The atmosphere of these conferences has been open, stimulating and very varied. They have been able to blend personal experiences, good science, and inspirational presentations in a way that can be interesting and helpful for a range of people - from those first encountering ADHD in their children or themselves to those who have spent professional lifetimes in the subject.

Professor Eric Taylor

ADDISS’s conferences are always very well organised with a plethora of established experts in ADHD and related conditions presenting the latest research and thoughts in this area. Although I know a lot about ADHD already, I always come away feeling invigorated and like I’ve learnt a lot eager to share my new found knowledge.

Healthcare professional
        

The speakers were really friendly and approachable - I particularly loved hearing judo Olympic Gold Medalist Ashley McKenzie and his mum talk so frankly about the challenges they’ve faced along the way. I’m can’t wait to find out who is closing this year’s conference.

Parent

 



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