Monday, July 15, 2019
Welcome to Monday – Day One of the
Succeed with ADHD Telesummit!
How it works:
The audios below are available to you for FREE for 24 hours starting at 8am Pacific Monday morning.
Each audio is approximately 30 minutes long. You can listen to them all at one time or spread them out during that 24 hour period (these audios expire at 7am Pacific on Tuesday when a new set of featured speaker audios will arrive in your inbox)…you get to choose what works best for you.
How to listen:
You have two ways of listening in – Simply click on the audio play button – the white triangle! – or call in using the details provided.
Any questions? Just let us know at email@example.com. Enjoy!
It’s 9:00PM! Don’t You Have Homework To Do?
Presenter: Leslie Josel of Order Out of Chaos
As parents of children with ADHD, do you dread the nightly homework battles? Are your evenings spent hovering and helping your child through assignments? If you answered yes, then this session is for you!
Creator of the award-winning Academic Planner: A Tool for Time Management, Leslie Josel will explain her signature 4-step process for getting students unstuck and started. She’ll share the signature strategies she uses with her coaching clients to help them stay on task, on time and on track. You’ll learn how to set up an environment so it engages your student to get homework done and creative ideas for planning long term projects and boredom-busting “games” that strengthen the homework muscle. Leslie will teach you solutions to help your child learn how to plan for exams, and know when they are fully prepared. And, through hand-on exercises, you’ll learn how to create a “Personal Homework Profile” for your child so they can learn their best practices to get homework done. FOR THEM!
Or Replay By Phone – Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 107-249-340#
You, Your Child and Their Teacher - How to Help Everyone Get Along
Presenter: Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC
The school year hasn’t even started yet and already you may be anticipating how your child’s teacher is going to get along with your child. Will they understand your child? Will they be supportive? Will they be open to hearing your concerns and input? What do they know about ADHD and Executive Function? And if you are a teacher, you may be wondering how can you best collaborate with the families landing in your classroom this fall and have a positive interaction even when the parents are under so much stress and have so many concerns. As both a Parent Coach and a Teacher trainer, Cindy Goldrich has a unique perspective on how you can bridge what sometimes feels like a great divide and start the school year off with success.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 107-312-970#
Tired of Shame and Blame? Stop Feeling 'Less Than' and Start Sharing Your Fabulousness
Presenter: Dr. Sharon Saline
All too often, people with ADHD carry around shame that holds them back from accepting themselves and feeling truly good about who they are. Growing up receiving frequent feedback about what they could do differently, they’ve adopted those statements and transformed them into limiting negative self-talk. Sometimes the shame is obvious; other times, it’s more hidden. Reducing negative thinking is crucial for fostering the self-esteem and resiliency we all need to live successful, productive and connected lives. In this session, participants will learn how to transform shame and blame into awareness without judgment. Learning to practice self-compassion and accept that you’re doing the best you can with the resources you have at any given moment offers people the freedom to make mistakes and move on without debilitating self-criticism. Dr. Saline will teach specific tools for helping people change their perceptions of ‘mistakes’, identify their strengths and focus more on what they’re doing well each day.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 107-507-955#
Understanding the Relationship Between ADHD and the Gut Microbiome
Presenter: Dr. James M. Greenblatt
Just about everywhere you turn, there are studies and discussion about the importance of gut health and its effects on physiological and mental fitness. In his presentation, Dr. James Greenblatt describes the relationship between gut bacteria and behavioral disorders in young children. He shares new research and scientific literature, as well as thirty years of clinical experience and explains how to test for dysbiosis, abnormal bacteria in the gut, as well as guidelines for recommended treatment.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 107-313-096#