Classroom Matters: Parenting your child with ADHD

Parent Classes, Workshops & Groups
City: 
Berkeley
Ages: 
School-Aged, Preteens, Teens, Young Adults

Feel like parenting your kid with ADHD is like living "Groundhog Day" every day? Does your daily agenda include reminding your kid to do all the things eleventeen times? Are you worried your kid will never have the skills they need to leave the nest? ADHD is one of the most common neurological differences diagnosed in kids, yet parents often don't know about its defining features and how they show up at home. Some common misconceptions about ADHD often lead to a lack of understanding about the impact our words and behavior have on our students. This workshop is designed to provide parents and caregivers with the latest research and information, delivered in accessible and digestible language, to further understanding and foster compassion.
ADHD presents its own unique set of issues around parenting. We're here to help you develop a toolbox to:

  • Create connections
  • Foster accountability
  • Understand more
  • Stop the fights

PARENTS/GUARDIANS | $75 PER FAMILYSaturday, April 10 | 5:00-6:30pm PSTVia Zoom Register here.

Contact
Lisa Miller
frontdesk [at] classroommatters.com
510-540-8646