“How to Distinguish ADHD Warning Signs from Typical Toddler and Preschooler Behavior” [Video Replay & Podcast #325]

Episode Description

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Most children and preschoolers exhibit some ADHD-like signs — changing into simply distracted, speaking without end, shifting around like a leaping bean — as a part of their normal and wholesome construction. These neurotypical behaviors are tricky to differentiate and distinguish from the patterns associated with ADHD at this sort of younger age. As a result, many fogeys fall into the entice of looking ahead to behaviors to beef up. However, ready too lengthy may cause critical problems for youngsters who do have ADHD. Untreated symptoms put them at nice possibility for long-term social, emotional, academic, and behavioral difficulties.

Early detection and intervention are critical for children with ADHD to conquer the ones dangers. Therefore, oldsters and practitioners will have to know how to establish early warning signs of ADHD and how to interfere effectively to optimize youngsters’ long-term success in all spaces of functioning.

Listen and be informed from Caroline Buzanko, Ph.D., about:

  • How to determine early warning signs and successfully diagnose ADHD in young children (ages 3 to 8)
  • The importance of early intervention and key spaces to goal
  • Practical and effective methods to help small children with ADHD and related difficulties
  • The position of medication for treating ADHD in young children

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Dr. Caroline Buzanko is a certified psychologist and scientific director of Koru Family Psychology. Dr. Buzanko has worked with youngsters with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families for greater than two decades and specializes in maximizing connection, self belief, and resilience. She facilitates ADHD-related groups and workshops across North America and is an adjunct assistant professor on the University of Calgary. | See expert’s full bio »


Listener testimonials:

  • “This was some of the easiest I have participated in for a long time!  Be positive to carry her again!!”
  • “Love the focus on little toddlers and preschoolers — a kid’s vanity wishes to be secure and supported and this starts EARLY in life!”
  • “This presentation used to be very pertinent and thorough — thank you so much”
  • “This was once such an awesome and informative webinar. The experience of Dr. Buzanko was evident.”
  • “I have participated in many webinars and/or Professional Developments pertaining to ADHD. This was some of the BEST I have viewed. Thank you!”

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