CHADD, ADDA, and ACO again collaborated to create a conference that brings together the most current research, comprehensive treatment options, best practices for professionals, as well as practical support and guidance for adults and families impacted by ADHD.
Our theme of Strength in Connection says it all. We strongly believe that our conference is better off when adults with ADHD and their romantic partners, parents of children with ADHD, clinicians of all kinds, coaches, organizers, educators, and advocates gather to connect meaningfully and celebrate our collective strengths. Together we enhance and inspire the larger ADHD community.
This conference will feed not only your mind but also your soul as you meet other like-minded individuals. We welcome some of the most well-known speakers and authors to share their wisdom and research. You will also benefit from conversations with fellow attendees sitting next to you, during the coffee breaks, and wandering the exhibit hall.
It has been two long years since we gathered face to face, and ADDA, CHADD, and ACO are ready to welcome you to Dallas, to the largest international conference on ADHD. The Big D—Dallas—is known for many things, oil, the Cowboys football team, stockyards, and thick steaks. We hope you will find the experience enriching, inspiring, and restoring. We cannot wait to see you!
Connectwith others who are living with and treating ADHD
Learnfrom the best in the field
Sharewith everyone who has anything to do with ADHD
Who Should Attend the Annual Conference?
If you are a member of one or more of the following interest groups, then you should attend.
Adult: Practical and science-based information for adults with ADHD
Coach/Organizer: Skills and practical strategies for working with teens, adults, and families with ADHD
Educator: Practical information on curriculum, instruction, and classroom management strategies to assist students with ADHD
Parent/Caregiver: Research-based information on ADHD, including treatment issues and practical strategies for managing behavior at home and at school
Physician/Psychiatrist: The latest research and information regarding the medical assessment and treatment of ADHD; of particular interest to psychiatrists and primary care providers, including pediatricians, general and family practitioners, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners
Psychologist/Psychiatrist: The latest research and information regarding the assessment and treatment of ADHD; of particular interest to psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, social workers, and therapists
ADHD Empowerment Community / CHADD of San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles
ADHD & EF Life Coach
Fast Brain Coaching, LLC
AACC, CMP / ADHD Coach
Barbara Williams Coaching
ACO (ADHD Coaches Organization) is the worldwide professional membership organization for ADHD coaches. We are committed to being the outstanding resource for our profession. To learn more about ACO, visit adhdcoaches.org or contact us at 888-638-3999.
ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) provides information, resources, and networking opportunities to help adults with ADHD lead better lives. We bring together science and the human experience for adults with ADHD and professionals who serve them. Visit add.org or contact us at 800-939-1019.
CHADD, ACO, and ADDA do not endorse products, services, publications, medications, or interventions, including those advertised through the ACO/ADDA/CHADD International Conference on ADHD. Placement of an advertisement in the conference program book does not represent an endorsement by ACO/ADDA/CHADD, nor does it represent any testimony by ACO/ADDA/CHADD as to the quality of any products, services, publications, medications, or interventions advertised or the validity of the claims made in the advertisement.