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ADHD Coaches Organization

Vol. 5, Issue 7 -  July    2010

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News from the ACO

Presidentís Letter
Read about Ian King's message of personal creativity, living bigger for himself and his clients and celebrating his birthday. Ian invites ACO members to join him and play bigger themselves. Read about it here.

Let's Connect On-Line
Follow ACO membership offerings, activities and events by following us on Twitter and Facebook. Get the info here.

IAAC Credentialing Update
New initiatives are laid out to move coaches onto the credentialing path sooner while making it easier for current credential holders to maintain their credentialing status. These initiatives are in alignment with IAAC's mission in global credentialing. Read about it here.

Editor's Note: Let reality and imagination converge
Invest in an ACO survey about coaching practices. Read about it here.

Members stuff

Expert Speakers Series:  ACO member benefit
Each month the ACO presents an expert speaking on topics ranging from organization through human technology interface. Sound interesting?
You'll need to log in to get the call-in info for all ESS teleclasses.

August 17 Expert Speakers
Members Melissa Knight and Stacey Bauberger August ESS hosts will speak about their work assisting students at Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Learn what role the brain plays in the behaviors of college students with ADHD and/or executive function disorders.

  • Discover the differences between entering college freshmen and the adult college population.

  • Ponder strategies used to find balance between students and their families.

September 21 ESS:
Empowering Youth with ADHD
Jodi Sleeper-Triplett
For many adolescents and young adults with ADHD, coaching helps them learn techniques to become more focused, stay on task, and improve time management and organizational skills. These executive functioning skills are the building blocks for success in the future. Read more here.

Mark your calendar for upcoming sessions

New recording posted
Ian King's ESS talk on Diversity and Inclusion is posted here.
Check out all the recordings available to ACO members.

Coach Chat .

Open to all ADHD coaches: Second Tuesdays
Next call is Tuesday, June 8, 2:00 EST
Dial in: (919) 424-5871
PIN: 959 113#

New Members in July
Has your neighbor joined ACO? Anything's possible. Read all about it.

Board report
The Board Report is a regular feature of Circle. The ACO Board makes decisions every week during board meetings - read about everything from pre-registrations for the 2011 conference to volunteers on the Leadership Team. This month read about what goes on to plan your ACO membership activities

Have You Read a Good Blog Lately?
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