Live Webinar on July 6: Raise Your Child’s Social IQ: A Parent’s Guide for Kids with ADHD and ASD
Register below for this free expert webinar on raising a child’s social IQ with Christine Lang, Ph.D., on Thursday, July 6, at 1 pm ET.
Not available July 6th? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience. (Please note that access to this webinar replay will remain free until January 6, 2018. After that, you will find it in the ADDitude Store in our library of expert on-demand webinars!)
Making and keeping friends, staying on topic with a conversation, being emotionally over-reactive, and missing nonverbal social cues are just some of the challenges a child with ADHD or ASD may experience. Summer, with its many unstructured social events, can be especially challenging for families. The good news is that in this webinar parents and teachers will learn tools for facilitating friendships.
This webinar will address:
- how ADHD and ASD impact social skill development
- the impact social challenges have on relationships with friends and family members
- tips and strategies to facilitate social skill development
- how to implement social skill development at home and school
- when and how to seek outside help
Meet the Expert Speakers
Dr. Christine Lang received her Ph.D. from Columbia University, with a concentration in behavior analysis. She is nationally Board Certified in Behavior Analysis (BCBA-Doctoral) and is also a Licensed Behavior Analyst. She specializes in working with children with general behavioral and social skill needs, as well as specific diagnoses including emotional and behavioral disorders, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, and speech and language impairments. Dr. Lang is also a tenured Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Special Education Department at Mercy College, in New York City and Westchester County. For the past 15 years, Dr. Lang has provided behavior consultation and therapy for children and teens across a broad range of developmental levels within various domains, including behavior management, social skills, academics, social-emotional needs, and activities of daily everyday life. She works directly with school programs and families to provide individualized support to meet the needs of children with diverse learning experiences.