“Practical Organization and Time Management Strategies for Middle and High Schoolers with ADHD” [Video Replay and Podcast #186]
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how middle and high schoolers can stay organized at school with Michelle Cooper and Michelle Grey.
“Why didn’t you bring home the right textbook to do your homework?”
“How will you complete a month-long project in one night?”
“What do you mean, you don’t know what homework is due tomorrow?”
If you’ve ever asked these questions of your child, you know how challenging staying organized is for kids with ADHD. Students today have more demands, distractions and busier schedules than ever before. Using the strategies, tips, and resources offered in this webinar, parents can improve their children’s organizational and time management skills and thus their academic success.
This webinar will give you strategies for:
- managing the day-to-day organizational challenges facing students inside and outside the classroom
- understanding your child’s “thinking style” and finding organizing methods and tools that fit his or her style
- using organizational systems that will improve his or her chances of academic success
- collaborating with your child and his teacher to support his efforts at organization
- using products, books, and websites to ease the process of organization for your student
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- “Very well done presentation and flow. Loved they finished in time to answer lots of questions. Got lots of information out in a short amount of time.”
- “I listened with my daughter. It was a good learning experience for her on why I have micromanaged her. Hopefully we can get her to do it now.”
- “I appreciated the reminders to provide POSITIVE reinforcement to children with ADHD. Also, the importance of parents being examples for children. I truly appreciated the positive strategies presented by the experts, thank you!”
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Michelle Cooper and Michelle Grey have more than 25 years of professional organizing experience combined and more importantly, are mothers of teenage children. Having had corporate careers and successful individual organizing businesses, Michelle and Michelle joined forces in 2006 to create Student Organizers of Atlanta (SOA). They conducted extensive research about learning styles, brain function, ADHD, Executive Functions, LD, and other topics. Cooper and Grey are active members of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), NAPO-GA, Golden Circle of NAPO, and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD). They were both members of the 2007 inaugural class to become Certified Professional Organizers (CPO®). Both participate in continuing education classes regularly to adhere to the strict standards required to maintain their professional certification.
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This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on July 20, 2017. ADDitude thanks our sponsors for supporting our webinars. Sponsorship has no influence on speaker selection or webinar content.
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