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Acing University 7-Week Group Program – Feb-March
6 February @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm AWST$770.00
ADHD WA is offering a 7-week group therapy program for students starting or already enrolled at university. The Acing University Group Program is focused on supporting university students with ADHD to effectively plan for, prioritise and complete assignments, avoid procrastination, be prepared for exams and meet university deadlines.
Semester 1 | Feb – March 2024
📆 Date: The program
commences on Tuesday 23 January is now starting on Tuesday 6 February and runs for seven weeks with subsequent sessions on 13 Feb, 20 Feb, 27 Feb, 5 March, 12 March, and the final session on 19 March.
⏰ Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm
📍Location: The ADHD WA Hub – 109 Montgomery Ave, Mount Claremont
Scroll Down to Register Your Spot the Acing University Group Program
Registrations for this program close at 4:00pm Monday 29 January 2024 unless sold out prior as places are limited.
PLEASE NOTE: You must be logged in to your ADHD WA membership account in order to view and purchase a spot below.
If you are not yet a member of ADHD WA, click here to learn more about Membership and become a member today.
Registration and payment mean I understand I am expected to pay the course fee in advance of the start of the course, and I am not entitled to a refund for non-attendance. I understand that receipts for the purpose of claiming Medicare rebates will be issued on a session by session basis, and will be not issued for any missed sessions. I understand that it is the Member’s responsibility to process Medicare claims.
- Participants need to be able to commit to 7 weekly, 90 minute sessions
- Minimum 6 and maximum 10 participants
- Medicare rebates apply for those with an eligible referral
The program is offered under Medicare’s Better Access Initiative (namely Group Therapy). In order to benefit from the Medicare rebate, participants need to have a valid referral from their Psychiatrist, or a Referral and Mental Health Plan (MHP) from their GP.