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Torrance Memorial Health System
3330 Lomita Blvd, Torrance, California 90505
In people diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), brain chemicals called neurotransmitters are less active in areas that control attention, concentration and impulse control. ADHD can lead to difficulties in school and social interaction. It can also present challenges affecting employment, relationships and daily living. Many people are unaware they have ADHD, leaving them surprised and mystified as to their lack of ability to pursue goals in life. Learn the signs of ADHD in children and adults and how to successfully diagnose and manage this disorder.
Elizabeth Fong, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Joshua Lichtman, DO, Psychiatrist
Jack H. Schnel, EdD, Psychologist
Introductions: MaryLou Hayden, Miracle of Living Committee
Moderator: Moe Gelbart, PhD, Psychologist
FREE- NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Location: Hoffman Health Conference Center, 3315 Medical Center Drive, Torrance, CA 90505
Can't attend? Visit TorranceMemorial.org/MOL to stream the lecture live and submit questions in real time. You can also view the taped lecture at 10 am on the Monday following the lecture at Torrance Memorial. Reservations required.
Please call 310-517-4711 for more information or to purchase a copy of the lecture.