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Each month ADHD Support Australia brings you an expert in an ADHD-related field to empower you with the information you need on your ADHD journey.

Since COVID-19 restrictions came into force in April 2020 our speaker evenings and events have been available online.

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All online speaker evenings are $15 plus booking fee, unless otherwise advertised. 

In 2019 ADHD Support Australia were endorsed to provide NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher level.

However, from 1 Jan 2021 NESA have withdrawn accreditation from ALL providers of NESA PD so unfortunately at present we no longer offer this, but I will keep you informed of future developments.

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Dr Mona Delahooke – Beyond Behaviours – Live Online Q & A

April 29 @ 11:00 am-12:30 pm

Dr Mona Delahooke – author of the break-through book ‘Beyond Behaviours: Using Brain Science & Compassion to to Understand & Solve Children’

Dr Mona Delahooke – Beyond Behaviours – Live Online Q & A

We have another very special guest speaker joining us in April for a live online Q&A!

Dr Mona Delahooke – author of the break-through book ‘Beyond Behaviours: Using Brain Science & Compassion to to Understand & Solve Children’s Behavioural Challenges’, is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 30 years experience caring for children and their families.

She is a frequent speaker, trainer, and consultant to parents, organisations, schools, and public agencies and has dedicated her career to promoting compassionate, relationship-based, neuro-developmental interventions for children with developmental, behavioural, emotional, and learning differences.

Over the last 30 years, as a psychologist, Dr Delahooke became increasingly concerned about the shortcomings in how we help children and teens with behavioural challenges and developmental differences. She believes many of our current approaches are out-dated, since they were developed well before the “decade of the brain”, which provided a wealth of knowledge about how humans develop psychological resilience and informed us how to apply this knowledge to behaviourally challenged and neuro-divergent children.

This talk will be highly relevant to parents, family members, teachers and other professionals working with children with ADHD or behavioural challenges.

I invite you to join me in speaking with Dr Delahooke, who is leading a movement that insists we do better for our vulnerable children by using cutting edge brain science, emotional development, compassion and HOPE.

Please send your question for Dr Delahooke to

Her website is

To find out more/book tickets see link in bio.

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The talk commences 11am AEDT (Sydney time) so if you are not in this time zone please check using this link what time this will be for you.

(Dr Delahooke is calling in from LA where the time will be 8pm Wed 28th April if you’re in LA)

I look forward to seeing you there – Vivian

PS – for teachers in NSW please be advised that NESA have changed their criteria for NESA PD providers and ALL providers who were accredited are now no longer accredited. ThereforeI’m unable to offer teacher PD for this event as I have in the past but it is highly relevant to teachers so please come along and invite your colleagues!




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