Parents/Caregivers of Children with ADHD-Cole Harbour/Dartmouth/Eastern Passage Group
Topic of Discussion:
Working with the School
This session is available on Skype
Information on Skype Group main page.
Join Us and learn from other families dealing with Children with ADHD
ThursdaySeptember 28, 2017 @6:00-7:30 PM.
32 Dundas Street, Dartmouth, NS Map to 32 Dundas
When: Third Thursday of the Month (except July, August & December)
Whom: for anyone with a child with ADHD less than 12 years old (does not have to be diagnosed) or someone working with children.
We gratefully accept donations. Excalibur ADHD Association is a charitable organization registered with Revenue Canada.
Maya Warnock is a paraprofessional mental health worker, who has worked with children with ADHD for several years. She ran the Excalibur After School Program for five years. She is educated in child development, child psychology and school-aged care. She is a facilitator for both Family School POP courses and several Support Groups. She wrote the books for the POP programs and the text for "Colouring Book for Kids with ADHD, their Siblings and Friends". She is the program leader for the Summer Camps and the Saturday Camps. She is the lead coach for Working Memory Training. Other training includes: Simply ADHD, First Aid for Mental Health for Adults Working with Youth and several courses in Working Memory training.
There will be speakers from time to time (may have a cost). We will also show videos about ADHD. Watch this page for more information as it becomes available. 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.
Join us to learn more from each other, seminars, videos and invited specialists.
We now know that children with ADHD can have successful lives providing they get the correct support and encouragment.
There is help but no cure for ADHD
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