Saturday 27th April
We are excited to be holding a whole day of ADHD training. This day is aimed at parents or professionals working with children with ADHD.
We have an exciting line up for the day with guest speakers to bring you a full day of ADHD. We guarantee you will walk away with a new perspective of the ADHD mind.
The workshop will be lead and delivered by Graham Boulter – Chair of ADHD Norfolk
Guest Speakers include –
Kelly Saddleton – Adult ADHD
Hayley Willson – Being a parent of an ADHD child
Mel White – The EHCP Process
This programme will allow parents and/or any professional working with, how to understand their child by tapping into their world. Learning ADHD specific techniques and strategies is the answer, in turn improving family life.
What is ADHD?
Do we really understand what ADHD is? What are the myths and what is real? With ADHD having a huge stigma in society we can sometimes struggle to know what’s what. The programme will look into the symptoms of ADHD/ADD, how they can present, including hyperactivity, anxiety, disorganisation, forgetfulness.
How we manage frustration, aggression and loss of control, looking at the process and why it can happen. Strategies to minimise reaction and de-escalating techniques and how the executive functions are affected by ADHD/ADD.
Looking at medications used for ADHD, how they work, potential benefits and side effects. Understanding the importance of nutrition and medication. Exploring alternative therapies that can help support our young people. We will talk about alternative therapies that can be used to compliment other treatment.
Supporting your children to reach their full potential
Learning tips and tricks to teach or use with your young person including sleep, strategies for school, waking up and organisation. Ever wondered what your child feels like at school? ‘The ADHD Experience’ with give you an insight in to how they feel every day at school.
ADHD and the community around you
Where to go for help and support and what services are available. Including when a parent has ADHD and may need support too. Covering EHCP process, other local organisations that can help and services available.
Looking after YOU
This is all about you! You have heard the saying ‘put your oxygen mask on first before anyone else’s? This is so true. To parent we need to be healthy and well and make sure we make time for ourselves. Learning ways to put you first so it becomes part of your routine throughout the day and believing in yourself.
The whole day costs £65-00 per person.
If you book two places at the same time it will cost £120.00 saving you £10-00.