TRANSITIONING FROM TEEN TO YOUNG ADULT
Dr Tony Lloyd speaks on reframing and understanding 21st century thinking of the biological, sociological and psychological differences and needs of this neurodiversity age group.
Who should attend?
This online speaker event is for parents, support workers, educators, clinicians and anyone who would like to gain valuable and practical knowledge on understanding and support to help young people move positively into adulthood.
Join us for this informative talk to gain insights of the changes facing this age group of young people insights on best practice to enable teenagers reach adulthood positively poised to gain employment.
DATE: 21 July 2022
Join us in your own time zone Anywhere in Australia.
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START TIME 7.00PM QLD/NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS
START TIME 6.30PM NT/SA
START TIME 5.00PM WA
START TIME 9.00PM NEW ZEALAND
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INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER DR TONY LLOYD
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPIST AND CEO OF ADHD FOUNDATION IN THE UK
Dr Tony Lloyd is the CEO of the ADHD Foundation UK Neurodiversity Charity – the largest user led ADHD and Neurodiversity Charity in Europe.
He is the co-author of six national reports and several expert consensus statements, research papers and patient information booklets.
These include ‘A lifetime Lost or a Life time Saved and Bridging the Gap published in 2017 and he contributed to the report on Social and Economic Impact of ADHD published in 2018 and more recently led and commissioned the UK National Expert Consensus Statement authored by Dr Susan Young. Dr Lloyd brings 25+ years as a mental health practitioner and consultant advisor and we are delighted to have him speak to our community.
Tony argues that the very prevalence of neurodiversity is such that 1 in 5 of humankind can not be errors of genetics or ‘disordered’ – but rather, are a reflection, of the natural diversity of human intelligence and creativity.
Dr Tony Lloyd believes that 21st Century learning requires critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, innovation and solution focused approaches particularly at this vulnerable age of change in biological, sociological and psychological changes that happen during these years.
Contact Details www.adhdfoundation.org.au
Enquiries to ADHD Foundation email@example.com www.adhdfoundation.org.au