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CADDAC 2016 ADHD Conference In Vancouver BC
  Want to learn more about ADHD in adults, children & teens? Come to CADDAC’s 8th annual ADHD conference here in Vancouver. Tell your ADHD friends, doctors and teachers. Cross posted to BC ADHD CADDAC, Centre For ADHD Awareness annual Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder conference used to comes out west to […]

CADDAC 8th Annual ADHD Conference in Vancouver BC November 12th ...


I was interviewed on News 1130 Am Radio on October 14th 2012 by Brock Hunter @brocknhunter on the events that the many hardworking, creative, hyperfocusing volunteers of my Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group, myself and our supporters have done for ADHD Awareness Week Oct 14-20th in Vancouver and 7 other […]

Pete interviewed by News 1130 Am Radio on ADHD Awareness ...



Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson Declares ADHD  Awareness Week in Vancouver, BC,  Oct 14-20th, 2012. This is the 2nd Year Vancouver city council and the Mayor declared ADHD Awareness Week in Vancouver, BC. I have a scan of the proclamation below. Last year was the first year when Mayor Gregor Robertson […]

Vancouver Mayor Declares ADHD Awareness Week in Vancouver, BC Oct ...


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I’m restarting the Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group, the local Adult ADHD support group that I started and ran for 3 years until we became homeless and the group stopped. It’s the adult group of CHADD Vancouver, which I’m on the board of. We have found a new home for […]

I’m Restarting the Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group



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Here are the notes and the links for my presentation ADHD – Busting The Myths, Breaking The Stigma, Showing Reality, One Post And Tweet At A Time for Mental Health Camp Vancouver April 25, 2009. I won’t be able to cover all this material during the session so I have […]

ADHD – Busting The Myths, Breaking The Stigma, Showing Reality, ...


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This is for a presentation I’m doing at Mental Health Camp Vancouver (a conference combining social media with mental health) called ADHD – Busting the myths, breaking the stigma, showing reality, one post and tweet at a time. While ADHD is especially stigmatized as the orphan of mental health conditions, […]

12 Ways to Fight Mental Health Stigma With Social Media



UBC and SFU are hosting two free public forums titled “Searching Health Information Online” as part of the Technologies for Better Health project. It’s led by an experienced medical librarian. Free, but you need to register online. When we use the Internet as a source of information about health and […]

Searching Health Information Online Free Vancouver, Surrey Public Forum


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Today’s Vancouver Sun Monday April 13th 2009 has an article on Adult ADHD on p A5. The title is B.C. lacks resources to treat, diagnose adults with ADHD by Amy O’Brian. Web version is here. They interviewed a local adult with ADHD, John Scrivin. Please check it out and let […]

B.C. Lacks Resources to Treat, Diagnose Adults with ADHD – ...



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Photo Credits: dogsbody and Brent Granby Vision Vancouver’s Gregor Robertson’s campaign understood the internet, social media, and web culture much better than the NPA’s Peter Ladner’s did and that’s one of the many reasons he won the 2008 Vancouver civic election. In this comprehensive post I compare and contrast the […]

Vision Vancouver vs The NPA Civic Election Social Media and ...


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Why Blogs & Other Social Media Matter. Quantifying The Dangers Of Not Cluing In. 29 Social Media & SEO Metrics.   Here’s what I’ll be showing you in this post: Comparison chart of the data Overview slides of the data Analysis and opinion Links to both campaign’s social media profile […]

Barack Obama Vs. John McCain Social Media and Search Engine ...