How can adults with ADHD improve their social radar systems? ADHD Adults often face social problems but is it too late? Can an old dog learn new tricks?
Many adults with ADHD are bombarded with social signals without the attention span and decoding systems to help them pay attention to what others are thinking about them.
Attendees will learn how ADHD adults can understand their own social emotional learning systems.
Participants will walk away with an understanding of how to improve their social skills and their social radar!
This webinar will demonstrate how to improve key social skills that challenge ADHD adults like: developing social problem solving, interpreting social signals, curtailing monologuing and interrupting, building situational awareness and mirroring the behaviors of any group.
- Identify why some ADHD adults struggle with social skills.
- Present the process to improve social skills and to create a plan to move those skills forward.
- Demonstrate how to address key social skills that challenge ADHD adults.
Who: Caroline Maguire, PCC, M.Ed
Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed. is a personal coach who works with children with ADHD and the families who support them. Caroline earned her PCC from the International Coach Federation.
As the founder of a new training curriculum Fundamentals of ADHD Coaching for Families at the ADD Coaching Academy, she teaches other coaches how to coach children with ADHD. Caroline also completed the clinical training program (Level 1A) at Social Thinking.
Her book entitled Why Will No One Play With Me? a guidebook for parents to learn to become their children’s play date coach will be released in 2017.