Family School POP 6-12
Family School POP 6-12
Next course: Saturdays January 27 to February 24 2018.
Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Available over Skype and over the phone (note you would have to pay any long-distance charges). (If we mail your books add $5.00 S&H).
Cost: $70.00 (Family Membership in Excalibur); $80.00 all others (includes all class materials: 2 books and numerous emailed articles for each session you attend). Certificate of Completion for at least 80% attendance.
You can also mail your application and cheque to Excalibur ADHD Associaiton, 32 Dundas Street, Dartmouth, NS. B2Y 2T9.
Last day to register: Tuesday January 23, 2018. If using Skype or the phone please, register earlier, so we can mail you the books.
If you want to use the phone, please, send in a signed confidentiality agreement with your payment to Excalibur ADHD Association, 32 Dundas Street, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 2T9. We need them before Friday January 19, 2017. You may use this method for Skype as well. Please, note you cannot receive the articles without an email-address.
Who is it for: parents, teachers, daycare workers, police officers, nurses, anyone interested in working with children.
Family School POP is a course teaching people how to coach a child 6-12 years old with ADHD toward success.
This is a ten (10) session course taught over five (5) weeks. A certificate will be issued for attendance of 80% or more.
Sessions deal with:
- Take care of yourself.
- What is hyperactivity?
- Why not understand your child?
- How to communicate with your child.
- How to encourage good behaviour.
- How to set limits.
- How to reward.
- How to use Time-Out & Down Time.
- How to deal with your child's behaviour in public.
- Dealing with schools/daycares.
Facilitator: Maya Warnock, B.A. (Hon), M.B.A.
Maya is the founder of Excalibur ADHD Association and its president. She is a paraprofessional mental health worker specializing in ADHD. She has worked with children with ADHD since 2002. Her education includes child development and psychology (M.S.V.U.), school-aged care (St. Lawrence College) and Simply ADHD (an ADHD Coaching Course) plus several courses in working Memory training. She has been a Working Memory coach since 2012. She has completed the Mental Health First Aid for Adults working with Youth. She is a facilitator for several support groups, Saturday & Summer Camps for 6-12 year olds, and the parent-facilitator for Family School POP both 3-6 and 6-12 year olds. She wrote the books for the POP courses. Dr. Sam Goldstein, a world-renowned expert in ADHD, read them and wrote the forward to them.