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ADDA 15th Anniversary

Join us for the 25th Anniversary International
ADULT AD/HD Conference
July 24-27 in Orlando, Florida

Celebrating the Progress of the Past and the Promise of the Future

Topic: Workplace Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD -
Lessons Learned to Improve Your Worklife
Date: Friday, July 25, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Location: Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, Florida – Room: B14-13 (Directions)
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The ADDA Conference is the ONLY LIVE (in person, face to face, full contact, with REAL connections) CONFERENCE dedicated exclusively to EVERYTHING ADULT AD/HD! If you’re an adult with AD/HD, if you live with an adult with AD/HD or if you’re a professional serving adults with AD/HD, don’t miss ADDA’s 15th International Adult AD/HD Conference. For millions of adults living with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) life can be a continuous struggle. You feel alone. People who don’t have AD/HD don’t… can’t… understand. They don’t understand AD/HD affects every area of your life and there’s no end in sight. But there are people who understand…


Workplace ADHD is the resource to find tips and suggestions to those who may experience occasional difficulties in the workplace.

Barbara Mather, Ph.D., is an expert in the area of ADHD in adults. In addition to her ongoing interest in helping young adults with ADHD in the workplace, she is an experienced management consultant in the area of organizational change management (OCM) and has owned a successful consulting business since 2002. As President of Mather Consulting Group, Inc. Barb works primarily with Fortune 500 companies, helping them to achieve organizational success through change management and communication strategies. As a long-term observer of adult human behavior in the workplace, Barb has long recognized many adults with ADHD in the workplace. She is now devoting her time between management consulting and her passion to help young adults with ADHD gain success in the workplace.

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