ADHD Strategies for Back to School – Complimentary ADHD Survival StrategiesAugust 29th, 2017
Practical ADHD Strategies
When ADHD and other complex kids start back to school, it is a good idea to have a plan for support. Parents often ask me, “What can they do to nurture their child and have a successful school year too?” Learning just doesn’t have to be so hard!
Elaine & Diane at ImpactADHD are really knocking themselves out for back-to-school-season this year. They’re offering: Back to School SURVIVAL for PARENTS, a free mini-training series with a week of support, gifts, raffles and a live event – all from two moms who have been there and know what parents really need to make school a success for the whole family. If you are the parent of kids with complex challenges, register here for free.
Join us and see how you can raise healthy, resilient and confident children.
“You two have put together such an invaluable summit. Thank you!! I’m a teacher and a mother of a son with attention issues. I thought your experts were amazing. I had my 14 year old listen to your speakers and I took several nuggets of information back to the staff I teach with. So great to listen to all the information and ideas. Thanks!” Suzie K, M.Ed., Title 1 Reading Specialist, Sept 2014, ADD School Summit
“Things are so much better I find it hard to believe. I’ve learned so much – mostly that 90% of the problems we had were driven by us, not by our son. We had to understand how to help him learn to do what he was having trouble doing. Now, it’s all him driving the process, and I owe it all to what I’ve learned from you. To be honest, I never really believed we’d be in this place. But you saw the light when I couldn’t see it. Now, I really can’t believe how much improvement there’s been!” Diana B, CA
ADD ADHD Symptoms
- Short attention span
- Poor internal supervision
Learn the best ADHD Strategies for increasing attention span, reducing procrastination and distractibility. Experts will share the best tried and true methods for being successful with ADHD.