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Free Webinar Replay: Diagnosing and Managing Learning Disabilities in ADHD Adults and Children

Is it ADHD or a learning disability?

ADHD and learning disabilities often have overlapping symptoms, or exist together. Nancie Payne, Ph.D., shares expert advice on identifying learning disabilities in ADHDers and managing LD in a professional setting.

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In this audio and slide presentation, Nancie Payne, Ph.D., discusses:

  • Is it a learning disability or ADHD?
  • The right -- and wrong -- way to diagnose a learning disability.
  • The best strategies for managing a learning disability at your job.

Meet the expert:

Dr. Payne, president of LDA of America, is currently the CEO/President of Payne & Associates, Inc., assisting children and adults with non-apparent disabilities and providing professional development throughout United States and Canada. She holds a B.A. from the Evergreen State College, an M.S. in Organizational Development/Human Resources from Chapman University, and a Ph.D. in Adult Learning/Postsecondary from Capella University. Dr. Payne is the author of Adults Who Have Learning Disabilities: Transition from GED to Postsecondary Activities and Job Accommodations: What Works and Why in Learning Disabilities and Employment, among others.

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  • Slides accompanying the audio
  • Related resources from ADDitude
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What listeners are saying:

"Dr. Nancie Payne is knowledgeable, effective, and always appropriate with her presentation language and suggested strategies. Thank you for allowing her to host this informative podcast."

"I thought Dr. Payne's podcast was very informative. I teach special education and my students and I share many of the same challenges. We're coping and learning together. Thank you."

"Many thanks to Dr. Payne for the excellent information and Q&A session. The podcast was very informative and very empowering!" Replay This Free Webinar

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