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ADHD Coaches Organization
  ADHD Coaches Organization
    Promoting ADHD Coaches and Coaching Worldwide

Vol. 4, Issue 2 • February  2009

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News from the ACO

President’s Letter: February 2009
Sarah Wright talks about the Virginia legal proceedings of a coach.
 Continue reading here.

Registration for the conference is open now. Register today.

Do not delay! Sign up today!

Special Promotions for ACO Members
There is a new YahooGroup set up specially for ACO members to share info about their classes, programs and products. Read about it here.

Tool Kit update
We've moved some of the forms from the Coaches' Tool Kit to make them more accessible. More forms are on the way. In the mean time, members login and check them out here.

We've got new leadership and a new date: Second Tuesday of the month at 2 pm eastern. Read about it here.

New CIRCLE Feature
This month in our member's blogs

See what our members are writing about in their blogs. Continue reading here. 

IAAC Coach Credentialing Launches in March
Read about their plans here.

Virginia Life Coach Law Suit
There's been a lot of talk about this law suit. Continue reading about it here.

Expert Speaker in March
John MacKenzie: Small business accounting for ADHD coaches
Tuesday, March 17, 2009 @ 8 PM EST
Get the dial in info and PIN here

New Members
See who's joined the ACO most recently. Continue reading here.

Board report
The Board Report is a regular feature of Circle. Every month we fill you in on various things the board has been working on in the previous month. We invite your comments and participation. If you've got a question or observation, feel free to contact any member of the board. Make your voices heard! Continue reading here.

The general and usual information:

Third Annual Conference
May 1-3, 2009 Chicago, IL

Why I belong
to the ACO?

ADHD Coaching needs legitimacy as a distinct and recognized field of coaching.

- Pat Wood
ACO member

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