CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) was established in 1987 as a way for parents and their children to not feel so isolated in dealing with their ADHD. Today it is a respected national and international ADHD organization that provides many forms of ADHD education and support which is available to all who live with ADHD, their families and friends, employers, and professionals in health care, mental health care, and education.
Free webinars are one of the many educational resources you can sign up for. All registration is done online and if you can’t attend at the scheduled time, register anyway and the replay will be sent to you within 24 hours of the event so you can view it at your convenience.
The speaker for this presentation will be Max Wiznitzer, MD. Telemedicine and telehealth are growing in popularity. However, if this is a service you are thinking of using there are a few things you need to know. Dr. Wiznitzer will give parents, adults with ADHD, and mental health providers information that will help them in their decision-making regarding this avenue of ADHD care.
Please Note: This webinar was scheduled for 9/21/022 but had to be postponed. The webinar begins at 8:00 pm EDT (that’s 7:00 pm our time).
Go to https://chadd.org/ask-the-expert/ to view dates and topics of Future Webinars and to check out CHADD’s Past Webinar Archive.