STARTING 20th September 2018
A practical and positive course, delivered by a professional team, for parents of children aged 5-12 diagnosed with ADHD.
Using ideas and footage from the Parents Plus programme, it offers parents the opportunity to meet and support each other in enhancing their relationship with their child, preventing and dealing with the behavioural difficulties which so often accompany ADHD.
Commencing Thrs evening 20th September for 6 weeks
Attention deficit disorder is multi-faceted, far-reaching, and largely hidden. What caregivers and educators see poking above the surface are just a fraction of its symptoms. This is critical to keep in mind, and to guide your daily teaching and learning tactics.
AS THE mother of 13-year-old twins with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), assistant head teacher Carolyn Lawler is uniquely qualified to support families when a child at her school is diagnosed with the condition
First-hand experience with her daughters has also helped her spot girls with ADHD symptoms and steer families towards a diagnosis. It's estimated that one in 20 children has ADHD and boys are three times more likely than girls to be diagnosed but Carolyn believes this is because it is often not picked up in childhood.
Many people think the words “tantrum” and “meltdown” mean the same thing. And they can look very similar when you see a child in the middle of having one.
Do you have drawers crammed with paperwork, or boxes and boxes of unorganized files? Many adults with ADHD face this overwhelming, frustrating problem — and face financial, emotional, and organizational hurdles as a result. Here’s what you can do to start getting a handle on paper clutter.