Free Webinar Replay: Sound Medicine for Your ADHD Child's Brain
How the power of music can unlock your child's true potential.
Crank up the tunes, ADHDers! Studies show that activities such as listening to classical music or learning to play an instrument can improve your child's auditory, visual/spacial, and motor skills. In this audio and slide presentation, host Sharlene Habermeyer shares fun ways you can incorporate music into your child's routine so he can reap the brain-boosting benefits.
Play the webinar and slide presentation of Sound Medicine for Your ADHD Child's Brain, plus get more information from ADDitude.
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In this audio and slide presentation, Sharlene Habermeyer discusses:
- Your brain on music and why it is such a powerful catalyst for learning in ADHD/LD children
- Ways music helps develop three key areas of the brain -- and what this means for learning
- How music can improve your child's information retention, speech and language development, and reading and math skills.
Meet the expert:
Sharlene Habermeyer, M.A., the author of Good Music, Brighter Children, was inspired to write the book after finding out that music helped her severely learning-disabled son. As a result, she researched the effects music had on the developing and mature brain. She has spoken at various conferences, seminars, and schools across the United States as both a keynote and featured speaker. She holds a master’s degree in education from Pepperdine University, California, and currently teaches college. For more information, please visit: www.goodmusicbrighterchildren.com.
Webinar replays include:
- Slides accompanying the audio
- Related resources from ADDitude
- Free newsletter updates about parenting ADHD children
What listeners are saying:
"Sharlene was very informative and packed a ton of information into her presentation. I'm looking forward to doing more research on my own with the resources she provided. Thanks!"
"WOW...wonderful presentation! I am going to start looking in to music lessons ASAP! Thank you!"
"I had not know about the science, research, and literature related to how music helps children with ADHD -- this presentation gave me validation that I am going in the right direction in dealing with my child's attention disorder. Thank you!"
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