Where Is My Notebook? Teaching Organization Skills That Last

This expert webinar with Shari Gent aired on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 1 PM EDT.
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Watch a free replay of the expert webinar Where Is My Notebook? Teaching Organization Skills That Last with Shari Gent that occurred on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, from 1-2 PM EDT (12-1 PM CDT and 10-11 AM PDT).

In this free webinar, Shari Gent explains:
1. How to determine your child's unique organizational style
2. Strategies for providing structure that will help your child organize his work space and learn time-management skills
3. Specific products proven to help kids with ADHD get and stay organized for school
4. How to coordinate with the teachers so that organization doesn't fall apart at school

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About the Host

Shari Gent, M.S., NCED, Education Specialist, serves with the Diagnostic Center, Northern California, California Department of Education. Shari conducts trainings in behavioral and educational strategies for students with ADHD in 351 school districts throughout Northern California. In addition, as part of an interdisciplinary team, she provides psycho-educational assessments for a wide variety of students. Shari is the parent of a young adult with ADHD, serves on the editorial advisory board of Attention Magazine, is a CHADD chapter coordinator, and a "Parent to Parent" teacher. Shari was chosen as Educator of the Year by CHADD.

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