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Upcoming CHADD Webinars on Goal Setting, Organization, and Financial Responsibility
Upcoming CHADD Webinars
CHADD is the national non-profit advocacy group for Children and Adults with ADHD. CHADD's mission is to provide information and support for the ADHD community. You can subscribe to their free newsletter at CHADD.org.
Teaching Goal Setting, Organization and Financial Responsibility
Featuring Ann Dolin, Holly Hitchcock Graff, and Christine Kotik June 9, 10 & 11
Teach Your Child How to Set Goals and Manage Time June 9, 7:00 - 8:00 PM EDT Learn seven interactive, fun ways to teach your child how to set goals and manage time this summer. Students want a break. Students need a break. But many students also just had a full year of school with very little in-person support from their teachers. Not only will they experience learning loss, but they also haven’t had the opportunity to practice the all-important executive function skills that are a part of everyday school life. And this is especially important for students with ADHD. Fortunately, there are ways kids can have a carefree, fun summer on their terms and also learn goal setting, planning, and easy strategies to manage their time along the way. Encourage Better Organization at Home June 10, 12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT Keeping your home and children with ADHD organized can be difficult! Join us as professional organizer Holly Hitchcock Graff gives simple, fun tips to help you better organize your children, family, and home—and encourage everyone to participate in keeping it that way. Learn how to: • Keep organizing simple and easy • Look at organizing from a child’s perspective • Turn organizing into fun family time • Make it rewarding Teach Your Child Financial Responsibility June 11, 3:00 - 4:00 PM EDT People with ADHD have more credit card debt, fewer assets, and less money saved for retirement than people who don’t have ADHD. They are also more likely to split up with their spouse or partner because of financial arguments. Learn what you can do as a parent to teach your child to be financially responsible, avoid the pitfalls of impulsive spending, and invest in their future. You can better prepare your child with ADHD for living independently.
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If you need academic help, executive functioning support, or general advice for your student with ADHD, please do not hesitate to give us a call! (214) 444-3431 Sam Barnes Owner and Center Director