“Social Thinking in the Classroom: Help Your Child Make Friends at School” with Michelle Winner, MA, CCC
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn why social thinking is important, how children with ADHD can improve social skills and awareness, which techniques are ADHD-friendly, and more with Michelle Winner, MA, CCC.
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INSTANT ACCESS! In this audio webinar and slide presentation of “ADD-Friendly Ways to Help Your Child Make & Keep Friends at School” Michelle Winner, MA, CCC, discusses:
- Social thinking and why it’s important
- How to improve social skills, awareness, and problem-solving
- ADHD-friendly techniques for paying attention
Meet the expert: Michelle Winner, MA, CCC, is a speech language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of students with social cognitive challenges. She has a private practice in San Jose, California. Michelle is also the founder of Social Thinking, and has written numerous books, including Think Social! and Thinking About You Thinking About Me. Her goal is to help administrators, educators, and parents appreciate how social thinking and social skills are an integral part of the academic experience and are critical for success in adulthood. She was honored with a “Congressional Special Recognition Award” in 2008.