Educators and Mental health professionals encounter and support children with ADHD every day. In this webinar, world-renowned ADHD expert Dr. Russell Barkley covers 14 principles for managing a child with ADHD. Whether you are teaching, assessing, or treating students with ADHD, these research tested principles will enhance your ability to support these children.
This session includes a lecture from the speaker and will be followed by a question and answer period. Participants will have a chance to submit questions in advance of the event, as well as in the live chat. The webinar was held on November 19th 2021
Participants in this workshop will learn:
- The importance of conceptualizing ADHD as a disorder of executive functioning and self-regulation
- How ADHD causes children and teens to be “time blind”
- The importance of off-loading the working memory demands of a task on to another external storage device, such as lists, cards, journals, sticky notes
- The importance of parents and teachers practicing daily forgiveness of themselves, strangers who misunderstand their child, and their child for their transgressions
- The importance of organized workspaces and materials that facilitate homework and other task accomplishment, such binders, bins, Trapper Keepers, etc.
- And many more
Hear our esteemed speaker address these topics and more within our live webinar.
This webinar was recorded using Zoom. All registrants will receive a link to the recorded webinar and all presentation materials.
Those who view the recorded webinar will still be eligible to obtain continuing education credits. Earn 3 Continuing Education (CE) credits from the Canadian Psychological Association for attending this event.
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