CHADD Online Support – Sept. & Oct. 2019

Event Details

CHADD offers online community support for parents who have children with ADHD and there is also a community of support for adults with ADHD and teachers of students with ADHD.  Go to their website for general information, or visit the Events page to register for upcoming workshops. Most events are free, but you must register on their website with a valid email.

September

Introduction To ADHD

Sept. 4, 2019, 11 a.m. | Register Above | Free

If you are new to ADHD, this provides a brief overview of ADHD’s symptoms and how its diagnosed to parents by parents.

When You And Your Child Have ADHD – Define The Problems At Home Which Create Challenges

Sept. 10, 2019, 3 p.m. | Register Above | Free

 In this second session of our educational series, you will learn to define the problems at home that are creating challenges parenting your child with ADHD.

Supporting Your Child At School

Sept. 11-25, 2019 | Series | Register Above | $49

Do you know how to set your child up for success in the classroom? Throughout this module, family members will learn about how ADHD affects learning and how to request support for your child.

Training On ADHD | Self-Paced Online Courses

Constantly Ongoing | Register Above | Free

Don’t have time for a webinar? Throughout CHADD’s self-paced online courses you will gain a comprehensive understanding of ADHD and learn strategies to improve life at home and school.

October

When You And Your Child Have ADHD – Strategies And Treatment Options That Help With Everyday Parenting Challenges

Oct. 10, 2019, 6 p.m. | Register Above | Free

In this third session of our educational series, sponsored by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, you will learn strategies and treatment options that help with everyday parenting challenges.

What You Need To Know About Substance Abuse, Misuse, Diversion, And ADHD

Constantly Ongoing | Register Above | Free

Learn about substance use disorder and the misuse and diversion of medication. This training is for parents of teenagers and young adults with ADHD.

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