January 28, 2023 - January 27, 2024
12:00 am - 12:00 pm
Many believe that children with ADHD suffer from poor parenting or lack the moral fortitude to behave appropriately. Nothing could be further from the truth. ADHD is a biological condition of the brain with specific and predictable behavioral consequences. Parents with “inside knowledge” of ADHD and how it really impacts their child’s thinking, learning, behavior, and feelings can powerfully support the needs of the ADHD brain and serve as an advocate and champion to their child.
In this presentation, parents will discover where ADHD occurs in the brain and what functions are impacted—as well as what functions are not impacted. By understanding ADHD’s impact, parents can accurately anticipate where and when a child will need support and how to effectively provide it. Parents will learn how stress plays a dominant role in their child’s life and how to help their child cope and manage that stress.
This learning experience explores how the ADHD brain works differently from non-ADHD brains and provides scores of practical interventions for enhancing ADHD strengths and effectively meeting ADHD-inspired needs for learning and behavior. Parents will learn how to become “the surrogate frontal lobes” for their children with ADHD and how to change the view of ADHD from a purely behavioral disorder to a unique brain construct that can be accommodated with highly successful outcomes. In this illuminating presentation, you’ll learn multiple tools for maximizing the strengths and minimizing the contextual struggles of your child’s ADHD brain.
Pre-Recorded- Group Use: $199
This package is designed to be viewed in a group setting such as a parent, community, or PTA meeting. Modules may be viewed all at once, or each module may be viewed during a separate meeting.
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Venue: Online Course