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Update from Jen – November 5

Hello, Everyone! Thank you so very much for all your positive thoughts and well wishes. The good news is that Erin is still pregnant! I promise to update everyone when the babies arrive! :)

In the meantime, more good news: With all the craziness going on here that spilled over into the conference, I’m happy to inform you that we’ve arranged to have all the conference materials available to you for SIX months, instead of three. And we’ll email you before the site comes down, so no worries.

Even more good news: Congratulations to the winner of the conference evaluation raffle, Lynne Kulick! Lynne wins free registration to the 2014 conference. Thank you to all who provided feedback!

Update from Jen – October 13

Hello, Everyone! As many of you will remember, Erin (the Conference Manager) and I needed to streamline the conference operations this year because Erin is pregnant with twins and due in December. But you know how life loves to throw curve balls, right?

Unfortunately Erin was sent to the hospital on the last day of the conference. (No joke – right between David N. and David G.) She and the babies are fine, but Erin will remain in the hospital until the babies are born. Even though a hospital stay is no fun, we hope that she will be there for many weeks because every day the babies are in the womb, the better it is for them.

With these new developments, we ask for your patience and understanding. Erin is now on medical leave, and I am now on family leave. As such, I’m afraid that I have to cancel Monday’s bonus session. I apologize, and I promise to make it up to you all when I am back at work in 2014.

If you have a question or need support, please do email us at support@adhdconference.com. We will respond as soon as possible.

Thank you all so very much for you understanding and well wishes. I’ll update you again when the babies are here–hopefully not anytime soon! :)

Thank You for Joining Us at the 6th Annual Virtual AD/HD Conference!

As you may have heard me mention, I was a little nervous about whether or not attendees would like this year’s new Master Class format, but I worried needlessly! Once again, we had close to 500 people registered, and we’ve already received great feedback on the Master Class format from attendees and speakers alike! And that makes me very happy. :)

Just a Few Final Things to Note…

Master Class Replays, Slides, and Other Conference Materials Will Be Available for 3+ Months

Please don’t worry if you missed a live Master Class or forgot to download a handout! The conference website will remain live and active for a full 3 months. That means you have through the first full week of January 2014 to download anything you missed, and to connect with other adults with ADHD.

And don’t worry—we will, of course, email you a reminder or two before the member site expires.

Virtual Bookstore

So many of our speakers have written books, and you’re no doubt wanting to get your hands on some of them! We’ve made it easy for you with the virtual Bookstore. There you’ll find links to all the books written by the speakers. You can browse at your leisure, and shop conveniently on Amazon.com, instead of having to search all over the internet or run out to the store.

Speaker Pages

If you really liked what a speaker has to say, then be sure to check out their Master Class page for a direct link to their website and other resources that they have to offer!

Thank You!

Thanks for making the 6th Annual Virtual AD/HD Conference a fantastic event! It won’t be long before we start work on next year’s conference, and I hope to see you again next year!

Jennifer KoretskySincerely,
Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC
Virtual AD/HD Conference Director & Author of Odd One Out: The Maverick’s Guide to Adult ADD