ADHD IS REAL
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ADHD IS REAL
Promoting Positive Attitudes and Building Resilience in People with ADHD
Conference Programme at Stockport Guildhall October 15th 2014
8am - 9amRegistration
9am - 9.15Welcome
9.15 - 9.50ADHD and the Criminal Justice System -Phil Anderton
9.50 - 10.30A New Understanding of ADHD - Professor Thomas E Brown
A new way of looking at and understanding ADHD mood and emotion so commonly hard for people with ADHD to manage.
10.30 - 10.50Coffee Break
10.50 - 11.40The Resilience Breakthrough - Christian Moore
11.40 - 12.30Heart. Hospitality. Healing and Hope- the essential ingredients of inclusive schools for learners with vulnerabilities. How do such schools work and what makes their learners thrive?”Professor Loretta Giorcelli one of the most inspiring speakers and educators you will ever hear. We are so lucky to have her at this event as her diary is always full while she lectures constantly across the globe.
12.30 - 12.45Questions
12.45 - 1.45Lunch and networking
1.45 - 2.15pmSharyn and her amazing son Bryn share their ups and downs of living with ADHD, Bryn has just graduated from University. For any parent just starting their journey with a newly diagnosed child this will be a positive and uplifting experience.
2.15 -3.00pmBreaking Down Barriers Marko Ferek is a young man from Croatia who talks passionately and movingly about growing up with ADHD. His talk is of particular interest to teachers who learn what is going on in the mind of a young child who appears not to be paying attention.
3.00 -3.20pm Coffee Break
3.20 -4.45pm“Extraordinary: An Enlightening ADHD Experience” Jerry Mills is a talented teacher, singer/songwriter and ADHD adult from the U.S.. Through engaging stories, original songs, humour and personal experience, he will inspire you to discover just how extraordinary the ADHD experience can often become.
When & Where
ADDISS is the national ADHD charity providing information, training and support to parents, patients and professionals.