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Webinar Recording: A Parent’s Role in School Success for ADD Kids

$9.95

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What exactly IS a parent’s role in a child’s education? And is it different if that parent has ADHD? As a parent, it’s hard to know when to yep in to help, and when to let your kids do it on their own. Join leading ADHD parenting experts Elaine & Diane from ImpactADHD to get a better handle on what YOU should do to help your child find school success this year, and what you shouldn’t.

Listeners will:

  • Understand the parents role in supporting a child at school.
  • Learn tools for helping your child be more independent.
  • Identify common mistakes parents make.

Who: Diane Dempster & Elaine Taylor-Klaus, from ImpactADHD.com.

Audio recording only.

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ADDA Members get access to Webinar Recordings FREE! To access, login to the member’s area, or purchase a membership.

What exactly IS a parent’s role in a child’s education? And is it different if that parent has ADHD? As a parent, it’s hard to know when to yep in to help, and when to let your kids do it on their own. Join leading ADHD parenting experts Elaine & Diane from ImpactADHD to get a better handle on what YOU should do to help your child find school success this year, and what you shouldn’t.

Listeners will:

  • Understand the parents role in supporting a child at school.
  • Learn tools for helping your child be more independent.
  • Identify common mistakes parents make.

Biography

Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster are the co-founders and parenting coaches of ImpactADHD.com, a leading parenting resource providing support for parents internationally, online and on the phone. They are passionate about guiding parents to reduce the stress of raising complex children.

Through a combination of coaching and training, ImpactADHD teaches a proven method for parents to confidently raise independent & successful kids. Providing parents with a learning community where they are encouraged to take a “coach-approach” to managing their child’s complexities, they teach parents tools to tackle challenging issues, allowing them to once again enjoy the ride of parenting!