ADHD Online Events

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.

Book in below and you'll be sent a link and instructions on how to join the talk via Zoom call.

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However, from 1 Jan 2021 NESA have withdrawn accreditation from ALL providers of NESA PD so unfortunately at present we no longer offer this, but I will keep you informed of future developments.

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August 2021

Supporting the social skills & friendships of Children with ADHD with Dr Sarah Wilkes-Gillan

August 19 @ 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
ONLINE Australia

Online talk with Dr Sarah-Wilkes Gillan on Supporting the Social Skills & Friendships of Children with ADHD

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September 2021

A Conversation with Dr Edward (Ned) Hallowell – ADHD Q & A

September 9 @ 9:45 am-11:00 am
ONLINE Australia

A Conversation with Edward (Ned) Hallowell – ADHD Q & A
What if instead of thinking of ADHD as a deficit and a disorder, we saw it for what it really is, a way of being in the world which with the right support can be a wonderful way of being?

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October 2021

Anna Dedousis-Wallace – Using the CPS Model for Challenging Behaviour

October 14 @ 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
ONLINE Australia

Using the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions Model to Understand & Find Solutions for Challenging Behaviour with Anna Dedousis-Wallace

The Collaborative & Proactive Solutions Model (CPS) is an innovative, empirically-supported, evidence-based treatment developed by Dr Ross Greene from Harvard Medical School. This non-punitive, non-adversarial, trauma-responsive model of care is designed for families of behaviourally challenging children and teens.

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