Ask a Question to a Panel of Experts at the Adult ADHD Summit
You can listen to a live Webcast and summit dealing with issues facing adults with ADHD on Thursday, December 4, 2009 at 12 noon. This summit is being hosted by HealthCentral, ADDA and McNeil Pediatrics.
I will be joining a number of experts in the field of ADHD to answer questions. HealthCentral will be selecting a few questions from our members to be addressed at the summit.
If you are interested in asking a question, please visit our "Ask a Question" section. When asking a question you would like to be addressed at the summit, please include "FOR THE SUMMIT" in the question line. I will bring some selected questions from these to the summit.
Everyone is invited to join us for this webcast. Information on logging on will be available on this site in the next few days, as well as on the ADDA site. You do not need to preregister and it is free to all.
You can also listen to the summit by calling the following toll free number:
I am honored to be joining a panel of experts and advocates within the field of ADHD. The summit will be moderated by Evelyn Polk Green, current president of ADDA.
In addition to Evelyn and myself, the panel will consist of:
Dr. Edward Hallowell, psychiatrist and founder of Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health and author of "Driven to Distraction" and "Delivered from Distraction."
Dr. Lenard Adler, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Director of the Adult ADHD Program, NYU School of Medicine and President of the American Professional Society for ADHD
Dr. Ari Tuckman, clinical psychologist treating ADHD, depression and anxiety. Author of "Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD".
David Giwerc, master certified coach with the International Coaching Federation. Founder of ADD Coach Academy.
Natalie Knochenhauer, adult with ADHD. Founder and executive director of ADHD Aware
Uri Roer, EMT in New York City. A recent college graduate diagnosed with ADHD a year ago.
Laura Willingham, adult with ADHD, mother of two children with ADHD and an advocate for people with ADHD, both online and in her local community.
I hope many of you will join us on December 4 for this exciting summit. Please share your questions with this group of panelists.