Thanks to Dedicated Volunteers
ACO “Spreads the Word” at 2017 International Conference on ADHD


Armed with new rack cards and table-top signage, dedicated ACO volunteers talked with attendees at the recent 2017 International Conference on ADHD in Atlanta, Georgia. Visitors to the ACO table learned the answer to the question, “What is ADHD Coaching?”, and were provided with research sources supporting the value of coaching for individuals of all ages with ADHD. Volunteers staffing the group helped conference participants discover the many benefits of being an ACO member, which included sharing a schedule of upcoming Case Collaboration workshops — great opportunities for professional development!

A huge “THANK YOU” and sincere appreciation goes out ACO Member Coach Renee Crook who coordinated volunteer assignments prior to the Conference, was there for set-up and tear-down, and personally staffed the booth during times when no one else was available.  ACO is also extremely grateful for the time, expertise, and knowledge shared by other ACO members who were a part of our team in Atlanta: Adela Baker, Ron Burton, Donna Desjardins Hunter, Bernice Kaufman, Alison Kravit, and Mary Ann Lowry.  Your contributions made an impactful difference! Thank You!