Free Webinar Replay: A Summer Schedule for Kids with ADHD: How to Balance Fun, Independence & Structure


The faculty yr is winding down, and your little one is understandably fantasizing of lazy summer days free from homework, alarms, and pressure. You are in a position for a break, too, and hopeful your baby will get pleasure from down time, a drugs smash, and some critical working round. Your summer fable sounds stress-free and fun, but it may in fact cause more problems and sleepless nights.

Why? Children with ADHD thrive on structure. When you strip away the school-year routine totally, disaster often ensues. Instead, take a measured means to summer by way of working with your youngster to establish schedules and targets, and to create an environment that fosters a laugh and leisure — and symptom regulate.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to involve your little one in setting up a summer schedule with general buy-in
  • Effective rewards techniques that may lend a hand your little one apply the summer regulations and structure while increasing his or her independence
  • How to praise your youngster successfully, provide sure reinforcement, and to building up pro-social behaviors all the way through the summer months
  • How to actively ignore bad conduct to scale back energy struggles

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast survive May 23, 2018.

Meet the Expert Speaker:

Dr. Sarah Tannenbaum is an affiliate director of the Summer Enrichment Institute at Judge Baker Children’s Center and a Staff Psychologist on the Center for Effective Child Therapy at Judge Baker Children’s Center. Dr. Tannenbaum has intensive revel in delivering evidence-based remedies to caregivers and youngsters ages 3 to 18 years previous in person, workforce, family, and parent-only codecs. She has had training in cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT), dialectical behavior remedy (DBT), child-parent psychotherapy (CPP), and is qualified in the Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, or Conduct Problems (MATCH-ADTC) protocol in addition to parent-child interplay remedy (PCIT). Dr. Tannenbaum has practiced in a big variety of clinical settings together with a residential treatment heart, a partial hospital program, and neighborhood mental health centers where she has carried out both in-home and school-based treatment as well as school session.

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