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Tara
02-22-04, 07:59 PM
Canada’s 1st Annual

AD/HD Community Conference

Carleton University Theatre March 27 and 28

Speakers have been selected to address the true and real everyday needs and issues of the AD/HD Community

If you wish information on AD/HD proper call 613.ADD.ADHD or visit www.adhdcanada.ca

Speaker line-up

Saturday March 27th — doors open 8:00 am First speaker at 9:30 am

Dr. Cheryll Duquette University of Ottawa Faculty of Education, professor, and author of recently released Students at Risk: Solutions to Classroom Challenges. Cheryll provides invaluable insights to various teaching styles.

Warwick Dyer United Kingdom Behaviour Change Consultancy, Youth Behaviourist, Great Britain. Mr. Dyer’s approach to behaviour modification has gained wide recognition in Great Britain. Why? Because his method works. Please visit his web site for more information: www.advice4parents.free-online.co.uk/index.htm

Lunch

Dr. Carney Matheson Paleo-DNA Laboratory director, speciality - Ancient DNA. Dr. Matheson presents his review of 2001 research dating suspected AD/HD gene group DRD4 back 40,000 years in our human linage dispelling the myth that AD/HD is something new. www.ancientdna.com/

Robert Cooper AD/HD advocate and owner of AD/HD In Perspective speaks to the need for the formation of a Canada wide AD/HD Community registry and organization. “We the AD/HD Community are currently left to deal with our situations individually when the majority of our struggles are due to restrictive educational and social systems.” Contact Robert through www.add-adhd-inperspective.ca

Sunday March 28th Doors open at 11:00 — Town Hall Meeting 1 to 3 pm

AD/HD Community Town Hall Meeting

Guaranteed to be a lively afternoon of AD/HD Debate. The AD/HD Community suffers the same ramifications as any other minority does or has in the past. The afternoon’s discussion revolves around defining the needs of the AD/HD Community. Bring your views, concerns and solutions and be counted!

Admission

Saturday $20.00 adults / students $10.00 with pre-registration ($25.00 and $15.00 at the door)

Sunday $10.00 for everyone

For registration and information contact

613.ADD.ADHD [233-2343]

AD/HD Community conference is proudly presented by AD/HD In Perspective Inc.

QueensU_girl
09-24-09, 09:27 PM
It's in Ottawa (Carleton University). :( That's about 500 km from Toronto.