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CEO update, 31 August 2018

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Good afternoon, In response to a number of requests to update the various ADHD groups, and their members across the country, about what ADHD Australia has been up to I have listed below a summary of the activities and achievements for ADHD Australia since I arrived in the September of last year. ADHD Australia has…

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IMB Bank supports ADHD Australia

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IMB Bank Community Foundation supporting ADHD Australia On Wednesday 27th June, Illawarra-based IMB Bank awarded funds to enable a new project which will expand a one-stop website for ADHD families across Australia. ADHD Australia, Westmead Hospital’s Centre for Research into Adolescent’s Health (CRASH) and the Westmead Hospital Foundation (previously known as the Westmead Medical Research…

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Newsletter – January 2018

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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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Len Russell joins ADHD Australia as its inaugural CEO

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Len Russell was appointed as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of ADHD Australia in early September 2017 to lead the organisation from being a board based volunteer management organisation into one which represents ADHD issues more consistently across Australia. His focus will be delivering on the organisation’s mission and bringing the ADHD community together as…

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Newsletter – June 2017

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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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Newsletter – December 2016

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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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Finding Dory movie raises ADHD and memory

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The main character is Dory, a fish with short-term memory loss. The movie has a lot for parents to chew on. Learning and attention issues in general and for ADHD and working memory issues in particular. Read the interesting assessment of the movie and parenting implications here.

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