“Life Skills Every High School Student Should Learn Before Graduation” [podcast episode #229]

Listen to “Life Skills Every High School Student Should Learn Before Graduation” with Theresa E. Maitland, Ph.D.

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Research presentations that scholars who learn to recommend for themselves in high school are much more likely to reach school. Unfortunately, families spend way more money and time researching and touring faculties than they do creating the advocacy skills that can lend a hand their teens thrive there.

High school is the time to learn the self advocacy skills which can be key to good fortune in college and in lifestyles. In this webinar Theresa Maitland will center of attention on what you'll do throughout high school to help your child understand his or her wishes,, what to invite for,  the right way to ask successfully and easy methods to take care of situations when he or she doesn’t get what they would like.

Sending an adolescent with finding out variations to university without the skills to recognize her needs — and to assertively ask that they be met — is a recipe for problems. In life after high school it is going to be up to the student, now not her oldsters, to take charge of setting up and managing school room lodging.

Listener testimonials:

  • “I always revel in Theresa Maitland, Ph.D., and her work. Thank you, this was once very useful for a father or mother who has a child in faculty who has ADHD/studying incapacity.”
  • “Very timely and really helpful. Has given me ideas on preparation for this 12 months’s annual IEP meeting from a self advocacy point of view for our 8th grader. Self advocacy has been an IEP purpose the previous year, so I need to see how we will transfer the needle this yr!”
  • “I admire the assets and experience you deliver to our consideration. It is superb to really feel ‘standard’ at some degree. Thanks for all that you simply do.”
  • “I found this webinar very helpful. I feel I need all of the data right here and can review it. I’m additionally downloading the resources. THANK YOU.”

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This ADHD Experts webinar was once first broadcast live to tell the tale September 5, 2018.

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Theresa E. Laurie Maitland, Ph.D., is a member of the ADDitude ADHD Medical Review Panel.

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