Camperdown Academy Workshop Series Presents: Ignite Your Adhd Superpowers: School’s Out…What Now? Co-hosted with Children’s ADDvocacy of South Carolina Tuesday, June 9, 2020 — 7–8 PM This event is free and open to the public. Questions & RSVP: Kate @ 864-244-8899 x110 or [email protected] Zoom Meeting Join Instructions: Go to: www.zoom.us Select: Join A Meeting…
Ignite Your ADHD Superpowers [Session 2]: Build Healthy Relationships & Remove Obstacles to Motivation
Camperdown Academy Workshop Series Presents: Ignite Your Adhd Superpowers: Build Healthy Relationships & Remove Obstacles to Motivation Co-hosted with Children’s ADDvocacy of South Carolina What You Will Experience Gain an understanding of your ADHD child’s needs, wants, and frustrations Learn strategies for building life and self-help skills that meet home and school expectations Explore the…
In this short video Dr. Brannon describes the typical life history of a person with ADHD, outlining the common things this person typically experiences internally and externally.
Newer ADHD medications have arrived and will continue to arrive improving our choices of ADHD medications for children, adolescents, and adults.
Anxiety is a normal response to stressful events such as tests or friend drama
Anxiety disorders arise when the anxiety is out-of-proportion to the situation and impairs daily functioning
All preschoolers are naturally active, impulsive, oppositional, sometimes defiant, and impatient. ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder, so how can you tell if your child’s behavior is typical or outside the range of typical development?
Dr. Woods was a guest speaker on the Quiver Full Adoptions podcast in January, providing information about ADHD to parents who have adopted or are considering it. Listen here, or subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform!
Share this with ADHD teenagers in your life!
Often I see children who explode over what parents and teachers consider small things. It is common in children with ADHD because these children have difficulty with regulating their own emotional responses.