ADDitude ADHD Experts Podcast

“Your Teen Is Not Lazy! How to Best Motivate an Adolescent with ADHD” [podcast episode #202]

Tune in and learn from Adam Price Ph.D. on how to become your teen’s biggest ally as he or she develops greater independence and discovers the keys to self-motivation.

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Girl holding smart phone outside

Listen to “Your Teen Is Not Lazy! How to Best Motivate an Adolescent with ADHD” with Adam Price, Ph.D.

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ADHD kills motivation. Most research conducted on motivating a child with ADHD centers on the brain, and rightfully so. However, other important factors also impact a person’s drive and determination — ones that parents can influence. Here, learn how to become your child’s biggest ally as he or she develops greater independence and discovers the keys to self-motivation. Also learn to strengthen the most important resource you have in the quest for self-reliance: the parent-child relationship.

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The sponsor of this week’s ADDitude webinar is….
Winston Preparatory School: A highly individualized and responsive setting for 10-21 year olds in NY, CT, & NJ with learning differences such as language processing disorders, dyslexia, nonverbal learning disabilities, Asperger’s, ADHD, and executive functioning difficulties. Winston’s unique model of education provides intense skill remediation and helps students build independence, responsibility, self-awareness, and self-advocacy. Key for our students is the focus on assessment-based remediation, a daily one-to-one Focus Program, skill-based curriculum, small homogenous class groupings, expert faculty, social-emotional development, and a supportive community. Learn more about Winston and sign up for an Open House by visiting www.winstonprep.edu/apply-now

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Updated on July 15, 2021

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