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Practical Solutions for ADHD Workbook for Teens

This is a workbook for teens diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or executive functioning weaknesses, or for those who have challenges with study skills. It is divided into three sections: Executive Functioning Skills, Study Skills and Personal Development Skills. It includes self-assessment sections in each area, along with practical tips, and areas for teens to write about their own challenges and choose strategies that may work for them. This workbook speaks directly to teens in a non-judgemental way. It offers real help for many of the areas that teens with ADHD, or those that suspect they have ADHD, really need. It requires some self-direction but the strategies and tips inside will definitely help teens to improve all areas of their lives.
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Online Self-Paced Executive Functioning Course for Parents

Practical Solutions for Strengthening Executive Functioning Skills in Children and Adolescents

When your child is first diagnosed with ADHD and you begin to learn about the executive function challenges that go along with it, it probably feels like a relief to have an explanation for why your child struggles more than others. Executive functioning skills can be scaffolded, built, and strengthened over time with the right methods and support.

Good news! This course gives you all the information that you need to do that in an easy, step-by-step format. It will inspire you into action!

By purchasing this self-paced, online course you are taking the first steps toward helping your child and your whole family to achieve improved executive functioning skills, success, and self-esteem.
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On-Demand Webinar Courses for Parents

Streamlining Routines

Make all of your routines easier when your child or children have ADHD.  Evening, morning, and those crazy vacation schedules can all run smoother with a few key tips just for kids with ADHD. If you’ve tried timers, visual schedules, bribes and threats and you still struggle with daily routines, this is the workshop for you! We will discuss practical problem-solving methods that you can use immediately. 

Supporting Emotional Regulation in Children with Challenging Behaviors

We will define what regulation is, how to help your child achieve and maintain a state of felt safety, and how to advocate for their own self-regulation needs. This workshop will do more than add tools to the self-regulation toolbox; it will give you the tips and strategies needed so that your child can effectively use them when needed. This is a must-attend for all parents of children with ADHD who struggle to stay regulated!

Set up for School Success

From homework routines to backpack and desk organization, this is everything you need to start the new school year on the right foot. Start the new school year with more than good intentions! Start with a practical plan that will really work this year. This workshop will tackle everything school-related so you can all feel more confident.

Navigating Power Struggles

This webinar offers a step-by-step guide to stop the standoffs and start having more peace in your home. No parent enjoys being locked in a power struggle – and the desire to not budge an inch can leave both you and your child in a frustrating cycle that repeats. We discuss gentle but effective techniques that will lead to improved problem solving and emotional regulation. You will learn how to proactively avoid power struggles but also what to do when you find yourself in an impending power struggle.

Is it Behavior or Sensory?

This webinar will help you distinguish between the two. You will learn what to do to help your child when they are having a meltdown and how if it is sensory related, your strategy will differ. We will discuss how behavior is communication as well as what sensory “red flags” to look for that will be a sure tip-off that your child is communicating sensory discomfort to you. We also discuss sensory interventions to try as a first line of assistance for your child, which will ultimately lead to better behavior.