It’s never too late to diagnose ADHD

Discuss symptoms experienced by adults affected by ADHD and the benefits of late diagnosis and a multidisciplinary approach to working with adults living with ADHD. The webinar will also discuss co-occurring conditions, stereotypes and stigma.

Learning outcomes:

  • Discuss the symptoms and signs of ADHD and common co-occurring conditions for adults presenting for a late diagnosis.
  • Discuss use of appropriate language to prevent negative narratives, stereotypes and stigma for people living with ADHD.
  • Examine the benefits of a delayed diagnosis and treatment for adults living with ADHD.
  • Outline the benefits of using a multidisciplinary approach when assessing, treating and supporting adults with a recent diagnosis of ADHD.


Monday 7th November 2022


7:15 pm-8:30 pm (AEDT)




Julie Middleton
0407 809 526


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Dr. Roger Patterson (WA – Psychiatrist)
Assoc. Prof. John Kramer (NSW – GP)
Dr. Maddi Derrick (TAS - Clinical psychologist with lived experience) 

Facilitated by Nicola Palfrey (ACT – Clinical Psychologist)


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