Author Archive: Pete Quily

Going Public With ADHD Or Staying Hidden In The ADHD Closet? Pros And Cons Of Both Choices. Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group Meeting October 3rd

Our next Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group meeting will be October 3rd. Topic: Going public with ADHD or staying hidden in the ADHD closet. Pros and cons of both choices. Discussion. Discussion Leader: Pete Quily Adult ADHD coach. Time: 6:30-8:30pm. Place: Ravensong Community Health Care Center 2450 Ontario Street, Vancouver, in the basement, see the map on our webpage.

World Congress ADHD Family Day In Vancouver April 23rd

ADHD Family Day will be on Sunday, April 23rd 2017, 8.30 am -4.30 pm at the Vancouver Convention Centre East thanks to the 6th World Congress on ADHD and Caddac. Only $50. Please help get the word out.  Topics > How the Understanding of ADHD has changed > ADHD in the Classroom > Oppositional Defiant Disorder, a new perspective > ADHD and Coexisting Disorders >…
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First Time Outside of Europe. The 6th World Congress on ADHD In Vancouver, Canada, April 20-23rd

Würzburg, Vienna, Berlin, Milan, Glasgow, and now  # 6 in Vancouver. The 6th World Congress on ADHD will take place for the first time outside of Europe, they chose Canada, here in my home city of Vancouver. It will be on April 20–23 2017 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. It is a massive conference with presenters from all over the world. There will…
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Dr. Ed Hallowell Is Speaking In Vancouver, Unwrapping The Gifts Of ADHD

Cross posted to Adult ADD Strengths. Dr. Ed Hallowell, Web,  Twitter,  Facebook,  Youtube has ADHD has written many books on ADHD, taught at Harvard Medical school and is also a great speaker who talks about the challenges AND the positives of ADHD. Given the name of my first blog, Adult ADD Strengths, I appreciate his role as the pioneer of those who…
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We Need Public Adult And Children’s ADHD Clinics In Every Health Region In BC. What Do You Think?

Here’s an idea for your consideration. I’m an adult ADHD coach who has ADHD and runs the non-profit Vancouver Adult ADHD Support group and is on the board of CHADD Vancouver. Tell me what you think of these ideas in the comments at the end of this post. We need to stop the discrimination and neglect of adults and children…
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