Listen to “Overcome Your Student’s Toughest Daily Challenges and Get the School Day Back on Track”
Winter break is the perfect time to regroup to ensure a more successful second half of the school year. Tune in for Sharon Saline, Psy.D.,’s strategies for better mornings and bedtimes, managing screen time, avoiding homework hassles, and more.
Listen to “Overcome Your Student’s Toughest Daily Challenges and Get the School Day Back on Track” with Sharon Saline, Psy.D.
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The school year is flying by and your child is still struggling with the challenges they faced on Day One. You are not alone. Many parents of children with ADHD feel like they’re taking two steps forward and two steps back at this point. Good intentions and thoughtful plans haven’t panned out as expected. Whether your child struggles with following morning or bedtime routines, a homework schedule, regulating screen time, or organizing chores, you’re frustrated and tired of the pushback and arguments. Now, before the holiday break, is the perfect time to regroup and make necessary changes that teach lasting executive functioning skills.
In this webinar, Dr. Sharon Saline will help you create effective routines that both you and your child can follow with more consistency and success. By using incentives that matter to kids, simplifying your expectations, and co-creating achievable goals, you can shift from what’s not working to something that does. You’ll learn practical tools for re-thinking and overcoming common obstacles, increasing your child’s cooperation, and working together effectively to solve daily challenges. With fewer arguments and more buy-in from your son or daughter, you can devise a more successful path together.
In this episode, learn how to:
- Create simple, productive routines for morning and bedtime tasks.
- Manage screen time more effectively with the Easy On/Easy Off method.
- Avoid homework hassles by using family work time.
- Improve cooperation, follow through, and self-control based on the 5 Cs approach.
- Use incentive–based motivation for chores.
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Sharon Saline, Psy.D., is a member of the ADDitude ADHD Medical Review Panel.
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on December 4, 2019. ADDitude thanks our sponsors for supporting our webinars. Sponsorship has no influence on speaker selection or webinar content.
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Updated on January 31, 2020