EXPERTS: Dr. Harold S. Koplewicz, Dr. Matt Biel & Dr. David Sitt ADHD is one of the most common childhood mental health challenges, and parents often find themselves seeking practical, […]
Parenting Styles That Work for Neurodivergent Children: How to Adopt a Strengths-Based Approach to Parenting
EXPERT: Caroline Mendel, Psy.D. Historically, parenting focused on raising obedient and productive members of society and leaned heavily on authoritarian and punitive approaches. But research indicates that balancing warmth with limit-setting […]
5 Thursday from April 7 – May 19
This five-part interactive course has been designed for parents starting the ADHD journey with their child and for those striving to understand their child’s impairments and needs. It will cover the things you need to know about ADHD: what it really is; how it impacts learning, behaviour, and emotional regulation; treatment options, and how to implement home and school strategies. The course will review common impairments experienced by children with ADHD while taking you through the process of developing your child’s profile and a home strategy plan. Working with the school while advocating for your child will be discussed and result in the development of school communication and advocacy plan for your family.