EXPERT: Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW (The ADHD Dude)
Children and teens with ADHD may struggle with making and keeping friends because of deficits in social executive function skills – the underlying processes that are involved in social skills ranging from perspective-taking to reciprocity and cognitive flexibility.
Better social skills begin to take root when we understand the foundational skills that cause the most trouble – from internal dialogue and cognitive flexibility to perspective-taking and understanding context – and the strategies that effectively build and support these skills in ADHD brains. Join us to learn more about the impact of executive functioning on social skills and gain some strategies to help kids with ADHD bolster these skills and strengthen their friendships.
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