Welcome to the 2021 Virtual International Conference on ADHD - November 4–6, 2021

During our time together, you can expect to have the chance to share information and connect with other conference attendees.  Programming for the 2021 includes blockbuster presentations from Keynote Speakers, ADHD Professional Institute, cutting-edge research through speakers and poster sessions, workshop, network, peer–to peer meetings and a virtual exhibit hall. For additional information and to register online, please visit: http://www.theadhdconference.org.

Remember to check back from time to time as additional sessions will be added and we don’t want you to miss anything!

Welcome Message from Conference Committee Co‐Chairs

Here we go again! We’re back for another gathering of everyone with any interest in ADHD—those who have it, married it, have kids with it, treat it, teach it, research it, or doing anything with it. Or all of the above.

After last year’s quick pivot to an online format, we had especially hoped that this year would be a return to the rowdy family reunion that everyone loves this conference for. What seemed to be maybe an overly cautious decision in January to do a second year online turned out to be very wise indeed. 2021 has probably been a better year than 2020, but it continues to teach us the value of flexibility and the importance of having a wide range of skills to apply to new situations.

This year’s sessions, support groups, exhibitors, and various events really showcase this. We have plenty of sessions that address all the usual stuff that we all deal with daily: helping your kids succeed in school (whatever that looks like this week); how to perform well at work; and how to have a happier family and relationship. But we also have sessions that distill the lessons learned (the hard way) from this very challenging year and a half and how to apply them to whatever tomorrow brings.

We want you to learn a lot so you’re ready for this evolving world we live in. We want you to laugh so that you feel energized to take on life’s challenges. And we want you to connect with all the other amazing people at the conference so that you don’t have to go it alone.

Melissa Reskof

Melissa Reskof

Cris Sgrott

Cris Sgrott

Dr. Ari Tuckman

Dr. Ari Tuckman




If you are interested in being an exhibitor during the conference, please see the Conference Exhibitor Prospectus

2021 Virtual International Conference on ADHD
Sponsorship Levels


  • Acknowledgement & logo placement on event materials:
    • eMails
    • Printed collateral
    • Chadd.org annual conference landing page
  • 6 Complimentary general conference registrations
  • 4 Virtual Exhibit Room Representatives
  • One promoted post on official conference app
  • 2 Full page ads in Attention magazine
  • Virtual booth in exhibit hall
  • Full page ad in conference program book
  • 3 Promoted posts on CHADD’s social media networks (between August – November)
  • 2 Waiting Room Branding
  • Priority listing on conference app and in conference program book listings
  • Online banner ad placement on select Annual Conference page
  • Recognition as a Premier Sponsor on signage
  • 2 session sponsorships (Focus Group)- Note that this could be a focus group session and another activity that could occur at conference or before conference… (Decided by sponsor)

If you are interested in being a sponsor during the 2021 Virtual Conference, please contact Hermoine Wellman at conferences@chadd.org.

If you need any additional information on sponsorship or exhibiting, please contact Hermoine Wellman at conferences@chadd.org

Psychologists, and Other Mental Health Professionals
CHADD has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). In obtaining this accreditation, CHADD has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET Standards which is recognized internationally as a standard of good practice. As a result of the Authorized Provider status, CHADD is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET standard.

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