Ann Dolin, M.Ed. President and Founder of Educational Connections

Are you ready to kick-start a fantastic school year for your ADHD child?

Join us for our free 5-day summit, dedicated to empowering parents and providing valuable insights into navigating the school year challenges of ADHD.

Each afternoon, at 1 - 2 PM ET, from September 11th to September 15th, 2023, immerse yourself in live webinars led by educational leaders and childhood development experts as we equip you with practical strategies to better support your child's learning journey.

    Ann Dolin - headshot

    Founder & President of Educational Connections

    With over 30 years of experience working with children facing ADHD challenges, Ann is a trusted go-to resource to empower parents throughout their child's academic journey.

    She has developed practical strategies to help kids earn better grades, score higher on tests, and build outstanding college applications. Ann and her team specialize in helping students and parents build executive function skills to overcome school-related challenges, meet goals, and alleviate the household stress surrounding academics.

    The goal of this summit is to bring together professionals with an array of expertise who are dedicated to serving students with ADHD. Together, we open the door to learning.


    MONDAY, September 11th

    Michelle Mullaley PhD

    MICHELLE MULLALEY, Ph.D.Clinical PsychologistCo-Owner of Bridges Therapy and Wellness Center

    No More Nagging: How to Improve Communication with Your ADHD Child


    TUESDAY, September 12th

    Dr. Robert Brooks

    ROBERT BROOKS, Ph.D.Clinical PsychologistHarvard Medical School Faculty

    Nurturing Motivation and Resilience in Children and Teens with ADHD


    WEDNESDAY, September 13th

    Kristin Landis, J.D.

    KRISTIN O. LANDIS, J.D.College Consultant at Educational Connections
    Former Admissions Evaluator at the University of Virginia

    The Roadmap to College for Students with ADHD


    THURSDAY, September 14th

    Clifford Sussman, MD

    CLIFFORD SUSSMAN, M.D.Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist
    Internet Gaming Disorder Expert

    Managing Your Child's Excessive Screen Time and Gaming


    FRIDAY, September 15th

    Kathi Gould Headshot

    KATHI GOULD, M.Ed.Executive Function Program Manager at Educational Connections
    Former Classroom Teacher
    Parent of ADHD Student

    A Parent's Guide to Study Skills and Organization for Students with ADHD


    Mark your calendars and get ready to embark on a week-long journey of empowerment and growth!

    Let's make this school year a resounding success for your child.


    Opening the Door to Learning for Students with ADHD is free to attend. You must register in advance so we may send you the Zoom links. You only have to register one time to attend one event or all five (and to receive a link to watch the replays).

    Feel free to invite a friend to join you. We can't wait to see you there!


    When and where is the summit?

    Opening the Door to Learning for Students with ADHD is a virtual event. It takes place each afternoon from 1-2 PM ET from September 11 - 15, 2023.

    What if my child doesn't have ADHD?

    While our summit is designed to address the unique challenges students with ADHD face, the strategies shared at this summit can be beneficial to ALL parents and students!

    Can I invite a friend or organization to attend?

    Absolutely! This summit is entirely free for anyone to attend, and we encourage you to share the registration link within your community.

    What if I can't make it to the live events?

    No worries! The benefit of attending the daily events from 1 -2 PM ET is participating in the LIVE Q&As. If you can't make it, we encourage you to still register, and we'll send you each replay.