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ADHD Workshop (VIC) – 31 Aug

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IN MELBOURNE – August/September 2019. Lou Brown from ‘Thriving With ADHD Consulting’ is holding three seminars in Melbourne starting on the last weekend in August at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, Carlton VIC 3053. She is an ADHD Coach, Consultant and Advocate from Perth. She is also the author of ‘ADHD in Primary…

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ADHD is not just for kids.

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Jeffrey Choy always found it hard to concentrate from a young age, but his life was suddenly transformed when he was diagnosed with ADHD aged 50. He shares his journey along with Dr Hugh Morgan, who explains why the disorder is not just a problem for kids. Click here to view the interview with host,…

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Community & Carers Information Day 2019 (QLD) – Update

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IN BRISBANE. SUNDAY 28 JULY 2019. ADHD Australia held its second Community and Carers Information Day in Brisbane during the afternoon of Sun 28 July 2019. We had a small but very engaged group of attendees who listened to the numerous presentations in the first half of the afternoon and then engaged in a Q&A…

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Community & Carers Information Day 2019 (QLD)

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ADHD Australia has put together an afternoon information session in Brisbane at the end of July on a variety of ADHD topics. We are pleased to have speaking Ms Christine Morgan who is currently the CEO of the National Health Commission as well as Ms Rose Callaghan who is a Sydney based award winning stand-up…

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ADHD Workshop (WA) – 20 July

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IN BRISBANE – 20 and 21 July 2019. Lou Brown, consultant and coach from ‘Thriving with ADHD’ in Perth, will be in Brisbane the week before she speaks at the ADHD Australia Community Information Day.While she is in Brisbane you may wish to take advantage of attending one of her workshops which will be held at:…

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Newsletter – June/July 2019

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We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Shaping the future of disability policy – 2020 & beyond

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‘Shaping the future of disability policy for 2020 and beyond’ Submission by ADHD Australia in June 2019 The National Disability Policy Reform Team, from the Department of Social Services (DSS), invited the Australian community to take part in its national consultation process of reviewing disability policies. The current policy reform finishes next year so the…

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Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee submission

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Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) Submission by ADHD Australia in June 2019 ADHD Australia recently made an online submission to the next meeting of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) which is to be held in July. ADHD Australia undertook this advocacy step on behalf of all those living with ADHD in an effort to…

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CEO update, 9 May 2019

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Good afternoon, ADHD Australia has undertaken a number of submissions to government and made headway towards having the voice of person’s with ADHD, parents and children heard. We will continue advocating for positive change within Australia for those living with ADHD. Below is a summary of the items which ADHD Australia has been undertaking for…

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Australian Patient Organisation Network conference

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IN SYDNEY. 2nd and 3rd May 2019. The Centre for Community-Driven Research (CCDR) and the Australian Patient Organisation Standing Committee (APOSC) – a group of eight organisations including MS Australia, Unicorn Foundation, SMA Australia, hearts4heart, Muscular Dystrophy WA, Lymphoma Australia, Save Our Sons Duchenne Foundation and CCDR – developed the concept of holding an annual…

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