Practical, Research-Based Parenting Strategies for Supporting Children and Teens with ADHD [presentation] [video]
For many parents, ADHD is a diagnosis fraught with stigma and confusion, leaving parents wondering how best to advocate for and intervene with their child or teen. Develop a roadmap for supporting children and teens who have difficulties with attention and behavior, utilizing their strengths and building skills for the future, and gain practical strategies for managing symptoms both at home and at school as well as guidelines for when and how to seek additional support.
Presented by Dr. David Anderson, Clinical Psychologist, Sr. Director ADHD and Behavioral Disorders Center, Director of Programs at Child Mind Institute, NY and Dr. Glen Elliott, PhD, MD, Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director at CHC.
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Community Education Session: October 11, 2018
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