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Free Webinar Replay: Kid-Friendly Strategies for Managing Time with an ADHD Mind

Learn why children with ADHD struggle with the concept of time--and what you can do about it.

Time-challenged ADHD children are often (unfairly) labeled "lazy," "unmotivated," or "procrastinator" -- which can lead to integrity and self-esteem issues. In this audio and slide presentation, host Marydee Sklar explains how to drop the labels and teach your child the time-management skills he needs to succeed.

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In this audio presentation, Marydee Sklar discusses:

  • Why executive functions underlie time-management challenges
  • How your child can improve time-management skills by becoming a "time scientist"
  • The best external time tools to support your child's ADHD brain

Meet the expert:

Marydee Sklar is a time management educator and the founder of Executive Functioning Success. Her unique approach to teaching time management, the Sklar Process, comes from her background as a reading specialist as well as her own experience with executive function deficits. You can learn more about Sklar at her website: www.executivefunctioningsuccess.com.

Audio replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the audio
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about parenting ADHD kids

What listeners are saying:

"Sklar presented an extremely helpful seminar that delivered real, actionable insight."

"As an ADHD time-challenged mom raising an ADHD time-challenged 8-year-old, this information has me feeling more prepared to deal with homework challenges and timed tasks. Thanks!"

"Wonderful! Sklar really inspired me. Can't wait to try out the tools she suggested. Thank you."

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