About the course:
ADHD is a neuro-developmental disorder that is observable in a child’s behaviour before they turn 7 years old. Common symptoms include hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and impulsiveness, amongst others. ADHD is a largely misunderstood and poorly represented condition, leading to an increase in parental stress and frustration.
Facing a child that is difficult to manage, and constantly receiving complaints from teachers, is a challenging reality for parents of children with ADHD. They often feel overwhelmed and are left to search for expensive therapies and interventions that often bare little and sometimes no visible change.
A little known secret is that transformation starts at home. While professional help is an invaluable resource, parents who proactively work on understanding how to manage ADHD will see far greater results. Education and intervention start with the parents.
This course aims to provide essential handles for parents looking to develop healthy and interactive approaches to help improve the learning and coping abilities of their children with ADHD.
Who should attend?
- Parents with ADHD children aged 6 – 12 years old