Webinars & Podcasts

“How to Build Confidence in Your Child with ADHD” [Video Replay & Podcast #168]

Access the video replay, listen to the podcast episode (#168), and download the slide presentation for this ADHD Experts webinar originally broadcast on October 27, 2016.

Episode Description

Research suggests that, by the age of 10, a child with ADHD will receive 20,000 more negative messages than will her neurotypical peers. Due to attention deficits, impulsivity, and executive function deficits beyond their control, kids with ADHD struggle daily to prove that they measure up to their classmates. Still, they face negative comments and consequences that may crush their self-confidence if not counterbalanced with positive parenting techniques at home.

Watch the Video Replay

Enter your email address in the box above labeled “Video Replay + Slide Access” to watch the video replay (closed captions available) and download the slide presentation.

Download or Stream the Podcast Audio

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Kirk Martin, the founder of Celebrate Calm, and his son, Casey, both have ADHD. Together, they have given 500,000 parents practical, concrete strategies to stop power struggles, meltdowns, and yelling. You can reach Kirk at www.CelebrateCalm.com.


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