Granite Bay, CA, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ADDA, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, is proud to feature Granite Bay’s own Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC as a speaker at the upcoming 14th International Adult ADHD Conference, the world’s largest gathering on adult ADHD, taking place in Detroit, Michigan from July 18-21 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. ADDA seeks out the best ADHD experts, researchers, coaches, therapists and more working with adults with ADHD today to offer attendees the most advanced information available on adult ADHD, making the ADDA Conference is the best place for adults with ADHD, their families and the professionals who serve them to learn about the most advanced research, techniques and strategies in adult ADHD all while making lifelong connections.
A Senior Certified ADHD Coach and trained Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Laurie Dupar will be presenting The Top Three ADHD Medication Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them at this unique three-day conference. Ms. Dupar will join other professionals in sharing her knowledge and experience to inform, educate and empower attendees. Hundreds of people living with ADHD and their families will connect with experts, researchers, coaches, therapists and each other during workshops and presentations on the most advanced information available on adult ADHD.
Laurie Dupar founded Coaching for ADHD nine years ago, allowing her to specialize in working with clients who have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and want to finally understand how their brain works, minimize their challenges and get things done. Her passion is raising awareness of ADHD and is the editor and author of 365+1 Ways to Succeed with ADHD and Brain Surfing and 31 Other Awesome Qualities of ADHD.
More than 8 million adults in the United States live with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD, also known as ADHD and ADD). A person is diagnosed with ADHD when certain characteristic behaviors are displayed over a long period of time such as distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity. Although ADHD is a lifelong genetic difference usually first identified in childhood, it is sometimes only diagnosed in adulthood.
ADDA, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, provides the most up-to-date and accurate information, tools and procedures to help adults affected with ADHD and their families lead better lives. With its annual conferences attended by close to 800 people, ADDA hopes to empower people by offering them a platform to connect and network with others who understand what they are going through.
ADDA 14th International Adult ADHD Conference:
Reach Out for Connection, Hope and Empowerment
July 18-21 - Detroit, Michigan