POSTPONED – The Childhood Face of ADHD: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder in Students

Date(s) – 02/07/2018
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Cary Hall
1605 Mass Ave

**Event postponed due to weather. New date will be announced soon.**
We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

Presentation Description:

In this presentation, Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell, practicing child and adult psychiatrist, founder of the Hallowell Center, and former instructor at Harvard Medical School, offers insight into the Childhood Face of ADHD and how ADHD and learning disabilities impact the student emotionally and socially. Because he and two of his children have ADHD themselves, he recognizes the importance not just of proper diagnosis and treatment but also the importance of developing the positive attributes most people with ADHD possess. He will provide an introduction to the world of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and explain what it feels like to have ADHD from a child’s perspective. Thank you to Indian Americans of Lexington for their generous donation to make this presentation possible.

Please be sure to register for this event so that we can ensure we have enough space and materials.  Please register by February 1, 2018.


This event is fully booked.