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Free Webinar Replay: Social Thinking in the Classroom

Teach kids to become "social detectives" and identify hidden social cues.

Children with ADHD may be excluded by "friends," but not know why. In this audio and slide presentation, hosted by Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC, find out how to help your child develop his "social thinking vocabulary" and respond to subtle social cues.

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In this audio and slide presentation, Michelle Garcia Winner discusses:

  • How to develop your child’s social skills
  • Ways to help your child understand how his thoughts impact his emotions
  • Exercises for teaching expected and unexpected behavior in any situation

Meet the expert:

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. Winner is the founder of Social Thinking and the related treatment strategies. She has written and co-authored numerous books. Winner'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.

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the audio
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about ADHD at school

What listeners are saying:

"Michelle Garcia Winner is so insightful and right-on with her approach to social learning challenges. I would love to have her return for a 'Part 2!'"

"This was an excellent presentation-- one of the very best I've attended through ADDitiude. The speaker provided lots of great information. I'll definitely be coming back to listen again!!"

"Michelle Garcia Winner shared great tips for helping ADHD children realize that their behavior is "unexpected." I now know how to address my son's behavior in a positive, clear way. Thank you!"


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