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Free Webinar Replay: Addressing ADHD Behaviors in the Classroom

Effective strategies for parents and teachers of students with ADHD.

Sit down. Pay attention. Quit squirming. Be quiet. Keep your hands to yourself. These school 'rules' can be tough for any child, but they can be especially challenging for children with ADHD who lack the brain maturity of their peers. Chris Dendy, M.S., explains how parents and teachers can address behavior issues in the classroom.

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In this audio and slide presentation, Chris Dendy discusses:

  • How brain maturity issues are linked to ADHD behaviors in the classroom
  • Effective intervention strategies for addressing challenging ADHD behaviors
  • Teaching ADHD students to turn in completed homework on time

Meet the expert:

Chris Zeigler Dendy, M.S., is a former educator, school psychologist, and mental health professional with 40 years of experience. Chris was inducted into CHADD’s Hall of Fame for her outstanding contributions to the field in 2006. Dendy is the author of Teenagers with ADD & ADHD and Teaching Teens with ADD, ADHD, & Executive Function Deficits. Dendy, along with her son, Alex, created a popular DVD titled Real Life ADHD! A DVD Survival Guide for Children and Teens.

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