PARENTING ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVE CHILDREN WORKSHOP
CHILDREN WITH ADHD ARE AT INCREASED RISK FOR LOWER ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
(INCLUDING PEER PROBLEMS AND TEACHER CONFLICTS).
As many as 8% – 10% of school-age children meet the necessary criteria for an ADHD diagnosis. Often mistakenly described as a behaviour problem, attention deficit is in fact a disorder of the brain’s executive function – the ability to plan and prioritise; and it’s a disorder that is widely misunderstood and misdiagnosed.
Join Dr. Zaidi (BSc. Hons, MSc, MSc, PhD) for the Parenting an ADHD Child group workshop as she guides parents through the many ways they can help their child. This workshop is specific to some ADHD challenges, with the top challenges being:
- Organisation and time management
- Friendships and Maintaining Relationships.
Dr. Zaidi will explain:
- The Challenges of ADHD
- The three basic types of ADHD
How parents can:
- Understand their style of parenting
- Create healthy Sleeping and Eating Habits
- Create mindful space for stress-free moments
- Create positive nurturing relationships
Stay tuned for details on our next Parenting an ADHD Child Workshop.
For a private consultation, contact Dr. Quratulain Zaidi
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