“Best source of impartial quality information in the whole of the UK for ADHD” 

Our Teacher Seminars are brought to you in collaboration with Kingston University’s Special Interest Group on Inclusion and Social Justice within the Department of Education. These seminars are 1.5 hour CPD webinars with expert speakers who share their knowledge with us on a variety of topics related to ADHD. The seminars typically run for 90 minutes and comprise a seminar running for 45- 60 minutes and then followed by time for Q&A from participants with our speaker.

ADHD is a complex neuro development condition and children with ADHD also often have co-morbidities. This will affect both academic performance and behaviour at school. Teachers are key critical individuals in a child’s life who can initially spot suspected ADHD and co-morbidities and by providing the individual with the support they need, will also help them realise their potential at school and in life.

Our teacher seminars are focused on teaching professionals and SENCOs to learn more about the complexity of the condition. .

 

November, 2021

Facilitating an ADHD-friendly early years and primary school environment - webinar

17 November 2021 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm - Register now

Soli Lazarus, former primary school teacher and SENCO, ADHD coach and educational consultant will talk on the topic of supporting children with ADHD during Early Years and primary school at this online event. More information

December, 2021

Facilitating an ADHD-friendly secondary school environment - webinar

8 December 2021 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm - Register now

Fintan O’Regan will be talking to teachers at secondary schools who want to learn more about how they can support the needs of children with ADHD. His presentation will include tips and strategies and advice on reasonable adjustments. More information