“Boosting Your Teen’s Executive Functions and Building Independence — Together” [podcast episode #209]
Tune in as Peg Dawson, Ed.D., offers parents the new tools they’ll need to manage these turbulent years and help teens with ADHD navigate executive skill challenges.
Listen to “Boosting Your Teen’s Executive Functions and Building Independence — Together” with Peg Dawson, Ed.D.
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Adolescence is brutal — for teenagers and their parents! On top of raging hormones and escalating academic demands, teens with ADHD are navigating executive skill challenges that contribute to a “perfect storm” that overpowers most parents’ standard parenting strategies.
You need a new tool set. And that begins with understanding how your teen’s brain is developing — and how ADHD impacts her changing brain. Second, you need to learn new strategies for working with your teen without driving him away. The good news: Time-tested approaches exist to help your teen transition to adulthood successfully. It’s just a matter of learning and practicing them — together.
- [Self-Test] Could Your Child Have an Executive Function Deficit?
- Pick Your Battles, Parents
- Why Teens Stop Trying — and Achieving — at School
- Inside Your Teen’s ADHD Mind
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on February 20, 2018.
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