Michael Golds ADHD Memorial Conference 2014
Friday, September 19, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
2014 Annual Michael Golds
Memorial AD/HD Conference
PROUDLY BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE &
EASTERN OAKLAND COUNTY CHADD
Friday, September 19, 2014
Orchard Ridge Campus
Oakland Community College
27055 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Keynote Address by: J. Russell Ramsay, Ph.D.
CEUs will be available for educators, school psychologists and social workers.
For more information contact Tammy Schluchter at email@example.com.
See FAQs below.
How do I select the session I wish to attend?
When you select the quantity of tickets you would like to purchase, and press "Order", you will be directed to a new page for entering purchase information and selection of which break out sessions you would like to attend.
What is the conference goal?
The goal of this conference is to empower individuals with AD/HD and their families, friends, employers, educators, medical and mental health treatment professionals with the most current researched-based information about Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder. At this conference attendees will be provided with information on AD/HD including: symptomology, diagnostic procedures, course of AD/HD across the lifespan, treatment options, common comorbidities, impact of the disorder on learning, relationships, careers, and resources for treatment and support.
What is the conference schedule?
Pre-registration is available now on this website. If you are pre-registered you will pick up your conference folder in this same location. Same day registration begins at 8:00 a.m. in the lobby of J building. Russell Ramsay’s keynote address will be at the Smith Theatre on campus beginning at 9:00 a.m. Following the keynote is the first of three breakout sessions. You will register for one session in each of the three time slots. Choose the session that best fits your situation and answers questions you have. Lunch is included in the registration cost and follows the first breakout session. It is prepared by OCC’s award-winning culinary program students. The final session finishes at approximately 4:00 p.m.
The list of speakers and their session titles and times are on the OCC website www.oaklandcc.edu/mgmc.
During registration, lunch and between sessions, there will be vendors displaying information about services they offer that may be of help to conference attendees. Be sure to take time to visit them in the Lower Level of J building.
Who should attend?
Family, friends, educators, medical and health care professionals who live or work with someone with AD/HD will benefit from this conference. The breakout sessions address a wide range of information pertinent to those newly diagnosed, or sage professionals.
How much does it cost?
Registrations in advance are $75. Registering at the door costs $85. Students with valid ID can attend for $30.00.
Where do I park?
The campus map is on this website. Lot 4 will be open and available for conference parking. Parking for those with handicap plates or placards can park in the adjoining lot. Should Lot 4 be full, you will need to park at the bottom of the hill in Lot 1 or 2. There are stairs coming back up the hill to the conference site. If you know you will need extra assistance, contact Tammy Schluchter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What should I bring to the conference?
When you register, you will receive instructions to view and/ or print handouts for each session. Make a copy and bring the handouts to the conference for the sessions you chose to attend. Wi-Fi access to the handouts will be available during the conference, or you can save them to an electronic device which you will be bringing to the conference.
Handouts are available only to those who register. They will be available for one month following the conference.
How do I contact the Organizer with questions?
Contact Tammy at email@example.com.
What about getting CEUs?
CEUs will be available for some professionals. More information will be posted here as details are determined.
What is the refund policy?
We are able to process refunds up until September 12, 2014. Registration is transferrable to another person. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are transferring a registration in your name to someone else.