ADHD Experts Podcast Episode: Social Success Strategies
Helping Your ADHD Child Make Good Friends
Children with ADHD may have a hard time making close friends. Michelle Garcia Winner give parents strategies they can use to teach their child a social "vocabulary" and help them master interactions.
Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC, is a speech language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of students with social cognitive challenges. She has a private practice in San Jose, California, where she works with clients and consults with families and schools. Michelle is the founder of Social Thinking and the related treatment strategies. She has written or co-authored numerous books. Michelle’s goal is to help administrators, educators, and parents appreciate how social thinking and social skills are an integral part of students’ academic experiences and are critical for success in adulthood. She was honored with a “Congressional Special Recognition Award” in 2008.
In her ADHD Experts Podcast episode, Michelle Garcia Winner addresses your questions about:
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- Strategies for helping your child master all forms of social interaction
- Teaching your child the “vocabulary” of social engagement
- How to “map” your child’s social skills to put him on the path to success
Read what people are saying about Michelle Garcia Winner's Podcast...
"This was the most helpful podcast I've listened to so far. The concepts and practical ways of breaking down social behaviors so that a kid with ADD can digest it - it was brilliant and demystifying. Thank you.
"Excellent way to crystallize our understanding of what we see with our ADHD children's social experience. This is exactly what I have been looking for!
"Thanks so much for providing this excellent speaker. I intend to explore her website and will likely use her strategies as I work with families and children with ADHD and autism."
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