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ADHD in Adults: a conference for people with experience of ADHD in adulthood

The Maudsley adult ADHD service is hosting their first national conference for adults with lived experienced of ADHD on Friday, 22 January 2016 from 09:00 to 16:00 (GMT) at the ORTUS learning and event centre – 82-96 Grove Lane London, London SE5 8SN .

This conference has been developed in a collaboration between mental health professionals and service user experts with a grant from the Maudsley Charity. The aim of this important event is to raise awareness of ADHD in adults and provide an opportunity to come together to share experience and learning.

Session highlights:

Research and clinical updates

Positive experiences of ADHD

What support is available for adults with ADHD?

ADHD in the workplace

How is ADHD portrayed in the media?

Mindfulness and ADHD

There is a £5 cover charge which will be refunded if registrant attends conference. Registration includes access to the full conference, refreshments and lunch.

Here is a link to more Information

Here is a link to the Agenda

Here is a link to Booking Information

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