Detailed information and registration forms available on the following links:
Calm And Connected: Parenting Children with ADHD©
Six 1.5 Hour Sessions Workshop Series
Managing Homework and School for Kids with ADHD:
Tips, Tools, Strategies… and Your Role©
Two 1.5 Hour Sessions Workshop Series
In addition to working with individual schools and districts, I provide Regional Workshops at Eastern Suffolk BOCES, Western Suffolk BOCES, and Nassau BOCES. Teachers and administrators in any district throughout Nassau or Suffolk County can attend any of these workshops. Call your BOCES for information to cross contract.
Best Practices for Balancing the Needs of Students with ADHD/ Executive Function Deficits in the Mainstream Classroom
Full Day training for General Education teachers, Special Education teachers, School Administrators, and Support Service professionals
Support for Paraprofessionals in the Mainstream Classroom
This workshop will address the specific challenges that paraprofessionals face as they work to support the needs of the individual student, the learning environment, and the classroom teacher.
Executive Functions and ADHD in Children & Adolescents: Proven Techniques to Increase Learning and Manage Attention Seminar
This full day seminar is to provide educators, speech language pathologist, occupational therapists, social workers, and mental health counselors with updated knowledge on how to support students and parents in school and at home. CEU’s are available. For details and registration, please go to PESI.com
- Mon., Jan. 25, Macon, GA.
- Tues., Jan. 26, Atlanta, GA.
- Wed., Jan. 27, Marietta, GA.
- Mon., Mar. 14, Parsippany, N.J.
- Tues., Mar. 15, South Plainfield, N.J.
- Wed., Mar. 16, Eatontown, N.J.
- Mon., Apr. 18, Cheyenne, CO.
- Tues., Apr. 19, Denver, CO.
- Wed., Apr. 20, Colorado Springs, CO.
Featured Conference Speaker and Webinar Presenter
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
LDA 53rd Annual International Conference, Orlando, Florida
Teaching Grit, Perseverance and Frustration Tolerance to Children and Adolescents
The ability of students to control their emotional and cognitive impulses greatly impacts their ability to succeed academically and elsewhere in life. This session will give specific rational, tools, and strategies to help children develop their self- regulatory skills. Using mindfulness, exercises, stories, and games, participants will learn to help students develop their ability to manage sustain their focus, manage their frustration, and persevere to achieve their goals.
Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 1pm EST
How Mindset Impacts Learning
Perception is reality. According to research, a child’s confidence, motivation, and perseverance at school are all hugely impacted by his own personal perceptions of how well he learns. In other words, if you think you’re a strong student, you will become one. This presentation aims to help parents and educators foster self-confidence and improve motivation for kids who struggle with learning challenges. We will explore the best ways to help children see themselves as learners and to help them persevere amid setbacks.
Free Parent Presentations
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