24 July 2020
I am pleased to invite all members to the 2020 AGM of the Australian ADHD Professionals Association.
As an AADPA member, your participation in the AGM is important and a valuable opportunity for the Board to hear feedback and consider the performance of the Association with members.
There is one item of Special Business on this year’s Agenda. A Proposed Resolution which in order to be adopted requires the approval of 75% of voting Members.
The proposed resolution that will take effect from the end of the AGM, removes clauses 44.6 and 44.7 of the Constitution of the Company (be removed) so that there is no limit on terms for office bearer positions. This amendment ensures that the administration of grants is maintained for the term of the grant in accordance with government regulations.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, I encourage you to appoint a proxy to attend and vote on your behalf. For instructions on how to appoint a proxy, please refer to Clause 30 of the Constitution. Download the 2020 AGM Proxy Form here.
To register for the virtual 2020 AGM, please complete the Zoom registration form below. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
On behalf of my fellow directors, I look forward to welcoming you to AADPA’s 2020 AGM and sharing our progress with you.
Prof. Mark Bellgrove
The below schedule outlines the business that will be proposed at the 2020 annual general meeting. (See full AGM Agenda here)
1. Welcome address
2. Acknowledgment of Country
3. Introduction of the Board
AADPA Annual General Meeting
1. Minutes from 2019 AGM
2. Chair’s Report
3. Proposed Resolution
4. Election of Directors to the Board
5. Update on AADPA National Clinical Guidelines
6. Securing ongoing Government funding
Please complete the registration form below including any questions or comments that you’d like to pose to the Board. You will receive a confirmation email with instructions to join the meeting via Zoom at 3pm on July 24, 2020. Please contact us if you have any issues.