The mission of ADHD Awareness Month is to educate the public about ADHD by disseminating reliable information based on the evidence of science and peer-reviewed research.
The debate about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is over. And the truth about ADHD is clear:
ADHD is a non-discriminatory disorder – affecting people of every age, gender, IQ, and religious and socioeconomic background.
Long ago just about every mainstream medical, psychological, and educational organization in the U.S. concluded that ADHD is a real, brain-based medical disorder, and that people with ADHD of all ages and backgrounds benefit from appropriate treatment. So, do you know what appropriate treatment is? Are you up-to-date on what kind of help is available? A lot has changed in the last 20 and even in just the last five years. Get strategic. Learn more.
Free Presentation for Parents
Executive Function Skills:
The key to success in life and in school
Executive Functions are the set of neurologically based skills responsible for Mental Control and Self-Regulation needed for academic performance, social skills, and life skills. They govern the HOW you do what you DECIDE to do. This presentation will briefly explain what Executive Function skills are and will include tips, tools, and strategies parents can use to promote optimal success in all aspects of life. Followed by Q & A with ADHD Parent Coach Cindy Goldrich
Date: Wednesday, October 9th
Location: Hampton Inn, 120 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
Time: 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Contact: Cindy Goldrich, 516-802-0593 [email protected]
Sponsored by: Allied Pediatrics of New York
For more information about National ADHD Awareness Month, please visit: adhdawarenessmonth.org