Spryfield Parent/Caregiver of Children with ADHD
Parents/Caregivers of Kids with ADHD -- Spryfield Group
Topic of Discussion
ADHD and Communicating
with Support People
Monday November 20, 2017 at 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Chebucto Family Centre, 3 Sylvia Avenue, Spryfield, Halifax
When: 3rd Monday of the month, change in day indicated in red.
Whom: for anyone, who has a child with ADHD (does not need to be diagnosed) or someone working with children 6-12 years old.
Facilitator: Nicole Clarke
Nicole Clarke is a community-based Social Service Provider of over 15 years and is currently the Family Wellness Coordinator for Chebucto Family Centre. In this role, Nicole provides resource navigation, advocacy and program facilitation to community members and families experiencing transition and growth in a number of life areas; particularly parenting and general wellness. As a mother of two children with ADHD, this subject matter holds not only a professional interest, but a personal vestment. Nicole has seen first-hand the power of people coming together to share and learn in a common experience. Especially in the name of helping each other to support children.
Facilitator: Jane Hall
Jane Hall is an Early Childhood Educator working as a Family Home Consultant with Chebucto Family Centre Home Day Care Agency. Previously she was the Playroom Facilitator at the Centre. She has worked in the Spryfield community for almost 10 years and has lived in the area for almost 25 years. She believes that living with and/or raising a child(ren) with ADHD has many challenges. However, by implementing strategies will help enhance positive ADHD characteristics. Learning how to advocate those needs is key to living up to your full potential.
Having a child with ADHD is not significantly different than having a child with ex. Diabetes. One must learn special skills to look after either one. Both types of children are prescious and special and both need special care and understanding of their respective disorders. The Diabetes Association helps parents of children with Diabetes, we help parents of children with ADHD.
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