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

Vol. 3, Issue 10 • December  2008

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News from the ACO

President’s Letter: January 2009
New board members and leadership team welcomed.  Continue reading here.

Contact with the ACO
In addition to making CIRCLE available to all subscribers, the ACO is changing its mail manager to aWeber. We think this will make it easier to manage your subscription. Watch for the email to opt in.  We don't want to lose you! Read more.

Conference updates!
Speakers have been chosen! The hotel is finalized! Registration is coming. Read more.

Update on the ADHDisReal campaign with CHADD, ADDA, Shire and us.  Read more.

Procrastination article
There was a lot of conversation about this article on the members listserve.  Read more.

A discussion about members listing their upcoming events for everyone. Read more here.

Are your dues due?
All membership renewals come around on January 1. If you don't pay, your membership will lapse on March 1. 
Members read here for instructions.
If you're not a member, we'd love for you to join. Get the facts about professional membership here. And join us here.

Members Only: Expert Speaker Series, February 17
Melissa Orlov on ADHD and Marriage. Members get the info here

On March 17, John MacKenzie: Small business accounting for ADHD coaches. Members get the info here

Credentialing and Coaching
The IAAC's take on the subject. Continue reading here.

January new members in the ACO
Read the rest here..

The general and usual information:

Next ACO Conference

May 1-3, 2009 Chicago, IL

Why I belong
to the ACO?

So often we belong to organizations because we're "supposed" to. It's a pleasure being part of an organization where that's not the case & members are willing to share & offer up their wisdom & resources so generously.

- Carrie Greene
ACO member

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