Free Webinar Replay: The Teen Brain on ADHD: A Parent’s Guide to Boosting Executive Functions and Building Independence — Together

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Adolescence is brutal — for teens and their folks! On top of raging hormones and escalating instructional demands, teens with ADHD are navigating executive skill challenges that give a contribution to a “easiest typhoon” that overpowers most parents’ same old parenting strategies.

You want a new tool set. And that begins with understanding how your teen’s brain is creating — and how ADHD affects her changing brain. Second, you need to be informed new strategies for operating along with your teen without using him away. The excellent news: Time-tested approaches exist to help your teen transition to maturity successfully. It’s simply a subject of learning and working towards them — together.

This webinar will deal with the following topics:

  1. how the adolescent brain changes and the demanding situations these changes provide for the pupil with ADHD
  2. the primary developmental duties of youth and how they have an effect on the parent-child relationship
  3. the tools folks want to connect with their teens as they change into more independent
  4. how oldsters can lend a hand their children take keep an eye on in their lives while protective them from critical risks
  5. methods oldsters can use to help their teens transition to adulthood effectively

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related sources from ADDitude
  • Free publication updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was once first broadcast reside on February 20, 2018.


Meet the Expert Speaker:

Peg Dawson, Ed.D., gained her doctorate in school/baby clinical psychology from the University of Virginia. She worked as a faculty psychologist for Sixteen years in Maine and New Hampshire, and, for the past two decades, has worked at the Center for Learning and Attention Disorders in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where she makes a speciality of the overview of children and adults with finding out and consideration problems. Dawson is co-author of Smart but Scattered and Smart but Scattered Teens.


Webinar Sponsor

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