Virtual Conferences on ADHD




Connect with experts in the ADHD community and interact with others experiencing the same challenges.

Register now for CHADD’s Virtual Conference Series on ADHD and gain a better understanding of ADHD medications, get useful tips to help you overcome hurdles and succeed in your daily life, and learn what proven strategies may work for you or your family. Join the live virtual conference, or watch on-demand at your leisure. Attend one or all – and Live the Good Life, Even with ADHD.

Date Time Session
07/15/14 3:00 pm
5:00 pm
Exercise and ADHD with John Ratey, MD Register
07/22/14 3:00 pm
5:00 pm
ADHD, Eating and Weight Regulation Register
07/29/14 3:00 pm
5:00 pm
Mindfulness and ADHD: Practical Tools for Daily Life Register
If you're interested in purchasing the entire Health and Wellness series, click on the register button below.

Complete Health and Wellness Series Register

Comments from Conference

  • This has been incredibly efficient, hopeful, and helpful. Thank you.
  • Love your positions and your way of sharing information. Thank you for all of your contributions to making the world see the positive side of ADHD.
  • Thank you for giving me a new positive framework - the American Eagle - that I can use with my middle and high school students who often times see little hope for a successful and personally fulfilling future.  I will use the "race car brain with bicycle brakes" phrase as our new mantra. Thank you.

Recordings from Previous Virtual Conferences

Previous Webinar recordings are now available for purchase thru the CHADD Store.

All You Wanted to Know about Medications for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and More
2014 Virtual Conference on ADHD-May 3
Impact of Emotions in Individuals and Families with ADHD
Demystifying the IEP: How You Can Be Your Child’s Best Advocate when Behavior is Involved
How Strength Based Approach to ADHD Can Lead to Positive Outcomes
ADHD, Your Child and the Law
To Do or Not To Do-That is the Question. Behavioral and Cognitive Skills to Overcome “Not To Do”
Games and Toys: How to Help Your Child with ADHD Focus on Play
Exercise and ADHD with John Ratey, MD