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(viewing 11 - 15 of 101)Treating ADHD in the African American Community
Mistrust and stigma can prevent African-American parents from seeking help for their children who are affected by ADHD. Rather than recognizing behaviors as signs of ADHD symptoms, parents might instead describe their child as being “bad.”How to Build Self-Motivation in Teens with ADHD
Motivation problems can be a struggle for teens with ADHD. In school, this directly impacts a student’s academic work. There are strategies teachers can use to help teens become more self-motived and self-directed. The webinar discusses situations such as whether or not to rely on external rewards and consequences to motivate struggling teens, and how to strike a balance between supporting teen independence and providing needed structure and assistance to a teen with ADHD. Goal Setting and Keeping for the ADHD Brain
This Ask the Expert will offer information about how to work toward being productive and successfully achieving your dreams. Learn how to set goals that are SMART and what tips can you use to keep the goals over timeNeurofeedback Treatment for ADHD
Neurofeedback is a way for people to get information about the electrical activity in their brains and change their pattern. The idea of the treatment is to engage in mental exercises to alter the brain waves. However, many are uncertain whether to pursue this treatment regimen. Could neurofeedback be effective for a person with ADHD? This webinar will explore the research and discuss the pros and cons of the therapy.ADHD in Preschoolers: What to Look For and How to Help
Does your young child have ADHD? Deciding if your child should be tested for ADHD during the preschool years is not easy. Most families wait until children start school before an evaluation. But when needed, ADHD can be diagnosed as early as three years old.