ACO, ADDA, and CHADD—the leaders in ADHD support for individuals and families—welcome the ADHD community to the 2023 Annual International Conference on ADHD. These organizations collaborate to bring together the best minds in current research and treatment options and professionals offering best practice guidelines for their fields. #ADHD2023 will offer dynamic sessions and events featuring practical support and guidance for adults and families.
This year, they are focusing on what it means to Connect, Learn, and Thrive. It is through the connections we make along with the new skills and approaches we learn from one another that our ADHD community can thrive. At #ADHD2023, we will Connect.Learn.Thrive by gathering as adults and partners, parents of children in all stages of life, clinicians of all kinds, coaches, organizers, educators, and advocates, to inspire one another and enhance all our lives.
This conference will feed not only your mind but also your soul as you meet other like-minded individuals. Some of the most well-known speakers and authors will be welcomed to share their wisdom and research. You will also benefit from conversations with fellow attendees sitting next to you in sessions, during the coffee breaks, and wandering the exhibit hall.
The in-person conference will take place in Baltimore from November 30 - December 2, with a virtual conference option from December 5-6.