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

Vol. 4, Issue 3 • March 2009

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News from the ACO

President’s Letter: March 2009
It's all about the economy, doncha know? 
Continue reading here.

2009 Conference, Sadly, Canceled
Read about it here.

Saying Goodbye to Laurie Dupar
Read about it here.

IAAC announces certification process begins
Read about it here.

RoundTable date change
Next call is Tuesday, April 14, 2:00 EST
Dial in: (712) 432-6060
PIN: 730 0526#
Read about it here.

Members stuff

Expert Speakers Series

Tuesday, April 21, 8:00 p.m. eastern
You'll need to log in to get the call info available here

Melissa Orlov talks about marriage and ADHD.  What are common themes in marriages with ADHD? What strategies can be used to improve these relationships? How can struggling couples get their marriages back on track so both partners can thrive?
This meeting was rescheduled from February.

Why do you belong?

We think testimonials are a great way to share with readers our thoughts about the value of membership in the ACO.  Please visit here and give us a couple of words about why you belong.

New Members
See who joined the ACO this month. 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:

SAD NEWS

CONFERENCE CANCELED

Why I belong
to the ACO?

I believe ADD Coaches need to work together. I believe ADD coaching is a little different and thus needs educating and understanding.

- Deborah Bollom
ACO member

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