ADHD: Classroom Supports
Date(s) - Apr 25, 2022
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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ADHD: Classroom supports covers a foundational understanding of ADHD, executive functioning, and the impact on early childhood classrooms. We explore the history and stigma behind an ADHD diagnosis, how it fits under the neurodiversity umbrella, as well as how children with ADHD may interact differently with their environment. We will dive deeper into self regulation, impulsivity, and the implications ADHD has for learning.
Facilitator: MONICA MADDISON
Monica has served neurodiverse children (and their families) for over a decade. This experience ranges from one to one support, therapy, behaviour consulting, classroom advocacy, and inclusion planning. Monica is a college instructor and speaker – educating adults in how to care for children through a neurodiversity affirming, intentional, and inclusive practice.
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