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Parent to Parent: Family Training on ADHD | Skillman, NJ

Jan. 7, 2018 1:30 pm - Feb. 11, 2018 3:30 pm

  • Location : All Saints' Church
  • Meeting Type: Regional and State Events

Description :This weekly seven-session class begins on Sunday, 1/7/2018 and ends on Sunday, 2/11/2018.
Sessions begin at 1:30 PM EST and ends 3:30 PM.EST

$175.00 registration fee. You must be a CHADD member to attend.
Contact Katherine at k.mcgavern@gmail.com to reserve your place in the course or for questions. Registration fee due by December 31.

TO SIGN UP:
1. Contact: Katherine McGavern k.mcgavern@gmail.com
2. Join CHADD if you are not a member.
3. Send a check for $175 To Katherine McGavern | 77 Adams Drive | Princeton, NJ 08540
4. Fill out and return Katherine’s email with requested information.

Notification of enrollment acceptance will be mailed or e-mailed to you.

The course includes a state-of-the-art curriculum with the training provided by an experienced, certified Parent to Parent Teacher. Each of the weekly two-hour sessions covers an area of information absolutely essential to the successful management of ADHD. And best of all, the training is from a parent's perspective, brought to you by experts who have faced the same struggles, questions, and challenges you face. In addition to the classes you will receive a Parent to Parent Workbook full of helpful articles, tips and worksheets to use in your own family.

SESSION 1: Overview of ADHD
SESSION 2: Assessment to Multimodal Treatment
SESSION 3: Developing Parenting Strategies and Positive Behavior Interventions-Behavioral Management, Part I
SESSION 4: Developing Parenting Strategies and Positive Behavior Interventions-Behavioral Management, Part II
SESSION 5: Educational Rights for Your Child with ADHD
SESSION 6: Building an Education Team: Bridging the Gap Between Home and School
SESSION 7: Resiliency, Teen Challenges and Future Success

Transitioning to Adulthood with ADHD | 4 Session Online Course

Jan. 11, 2018 8:00 pm - Jan. 25, 2018 9:00 pm

  • Location : Online
  • Meeting Type: Webinar

Description :

Register for the series. You'll be directed to the recordings for Part I, and be registered for the live Part II webinars. Register here

This webinar course will be offered in two parts.

Dates: Part I Thursday, October 5 and Thursday, October 26.
Part II Thursday, January 11 and Thursday, January 25.

Time: Sessions begin at 8:00 PM ET and end at 9:00 PM ET. Please make adjustment for different time zones.

Course Fee: Free. This series is sponsored by an educational grant from Supernus Pharmaceuticals.

Register for the series. Register here

This course supports parents and caregivers of young adults with ADHD. Through this four webinar series parents and caregivers will gain tools to support their young adult with ADHD in the transition to independence. The course will help participants empower their young adult by improving communication, assisting and supporting their child in making decisions, and helping them become their own advocate. The information will focus on parents and caregivers of teens and young adults with ADHD between the ages of 16-21.

Presenters: Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA & Stephanie Sarkis, PhD, NCC, DCMHS, LMHC

Webinar 1: Understanding and Supporting Young Adults with ADHD Watch a recording.
- Recognize delayed development of executive functions in the teen years
- Identify when to step in and when to step back
- Apply parenting strategies to young adults with ADHD such as using natural consequences and negotiating differences of opinion

Webinar 2: Helping Your Young Adult Become Independent Watch a recording.
- Identify organization and time management strategies for school and work
- Recognize financial management tools and strategies
- Discuss a plan for work/play balance

Webinar 3: Transfer of Clinical Care
- Explain the benefits of medication
- Recognize the importance of continuity when medication is currently part of a young adult’s treatment plan
- Discuss professionals who can support young adults with ADHD, such as therapists, coaches, and prescribers and the benefits of each

Webinar 4: Exploring Options after High School
- Identify college and vocational training opportunities
- Discuss the traits of a successful student
- Explore options outside of college and vocational training

Register here Use the register link to sign up for the remainder of the webinars in the series. All registrants for the webinars will receive a recording of each webinar. This course is meant to be taken as a whole series and each webinar will build on previous information.

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