ADHD Webcast: How to Explain ADHD to Others with Michele Novotni, Ph.D.
This ADHD Awareness Month, Michele Novotni, Ph.D., answers all of your questions about explaining ADHD to family, friends, teachers, and colleagues in the first of five ADHD Basics webcasts.
Do the people in your life just not get attention deficit? Michele Novotni, Ph.D., shares strategies and sample language you can use to explain ADHD in different settings, and to advocate in your community during ADHD Awareness Month, and beyond.
Play the webinar and slide presentation of What Is ADHD?, plus get more information from ADDitude.
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In this audio and slide presentation, Michele Novotni, Ph.D., discusses:
- How you can promote ADHD awareness in your community
- Language you can use to give a medically accurate picture of ADHD to family, friends, etc.
- Strategies for knowing how and when to talk about ADHD in various settings, such as at your child's school or in your workplace
Meet the expert:
Dr. Michele Novotni is an internationally recognized expert in the field of ADHD. She is the former president and CEO of the national Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), and author of Adult AD/HD and What Does Everybody Else Know That I Don't?
Webinar replays include:
- Slides accompanying the audio
- Related resources from ADDitude
- Free newsletter updates about treating ADHD
What listeners are saying:
"Dr. Novotni is a very engaging speaker and her call to action was inspiring! Thank you."
"Thank you for the great podcast. I took a lot of great information away from today's presentation. I'm definitely going to look into purchasing one or more of the books by the presenter. She was outstanding! Please continue to offer such wonderful podcasts!"
"This was an excellent presentation, filled with valuable information to raise awareness about ADHD. I relish Dr. Novotni's point of view. Thank you for all your consistent efforts for the ADHD community."
INSTANT ACCESS! Play the webinar and slide presentation of What Is ADHD?, plus get more information from ADDitude.