In recognition of National ADHD Awareness Week
Thursday, November 06, 2014, 12:00 to 1:30 P.M.
Rackham Graduate School, Auditorium, 915 East Washington St.
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
This event is free and open to students, staff, faculty and the community
A Concert-Style Journey into the Heart of the ADHD Experience
Jerry Mills is an internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter, storyteller and live-wired
educator. He will shake you up, get you involved, make you laugh and leave you changed.
Jerry Mills is an adult with ADHD who travels worldwide sharing what the Chicago Tribune calls
"...an intensely personal look at the challenges and choices we all face." Since his diagnosis, he has shared his personal and unique concert-style presentation with hundreds of professionals and community members from all walks of life: from Liverpool to London, Singapore to Hong Kong, Sydney to Melbourne and all across North America. (www.jerrymills.com)
Blending humor, authenticity, and original songwriting with his poignant personal stories, heartwarming insights, and visual media, Jerry is always a hit. He has produced several audio recordings including Urgent Reply, The Real You, and his newest release, Lifeline.
Come to gain and share insights about how to meet the challenges of ADHD. Questions, answers and refreshments follow the presentation.
For more information, contact Geraldine Markel, PhD, at email@example.com
Sponsored by: The University of Michigan: Office of Services for Students with Disabilities;
Rackham Graduate School; School of Information; Neuropsychology Section, Department of Psychiatry;
Office of Student Services and Office of Multicultural Affairs, School of Dentistry;
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS); The Methylphenidate and ADHD Study;
University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy;
Washtenaw County CHADD Group (Children and Adults with ADD/ADHD);
The Kadden Family
This presentation is part of the National ADHD Awareness Week 2014.
National Sponsors: ADDA, CHADD, ACO, & ADDitude Magazine