Events

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P2P: Helping Your Child with ADHD with Remote Learning

 February 13, 2021—February 28, 2026 Ongoing

Online Learning Course

Cost FREE

 

Tips are provided for parents who have ADHD to manage remote learning. Parents with and without ADHD will benefit from the strategies that are provided. New lessons are being added daily. The first lesson is now available. Sponsored by Takeda Pharmaceuticals

 

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Your Next Steps: College and Career Prep for Young Adults with ADHD

 March 3, 2021 7:00 PM, EST

Jodi Sleeper-Triplett MCC, SCAC

 

THIS WILL BE RECORDED. A LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED 24-48 HOURS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Preparing for college or entering the workplace for the first time can be challenging, especially when you are managing your ADHD and executive function challenges.  You want to be independent and treated like an adult while…

 

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Groundbreaking research estimates life expectancy of adults with ADHD is reduced by 8.4 years, often the result of poorly managed co-occurring medical conditions, including obesity, substance abuse, and smoking. These conditions are linked by health-related behaviors that are symptomatic of ADHD and which can result in poor adherence to medical advice and regimens. In this…

 

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THIS WILL BE RECORDED. A LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED 24-48 HOURS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Are you a current or future college student who isn’t sure how to make a strong transition to higher education? In this webinar, Dr. Sharon Saline, veteran psychologist and author of “What your ADHD child wishes…

 

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How to Find and Work with Your Doctor | for Youth + Young Adults

 April 21, 2021 5:00 PM, EDT

Sarah Cheyette MD

 

THIS WILL BE RECORDED. A LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED 24-48 HOURS AFTER THE BROADCAST. One of the most important things to consider when looking to manage ADHD is who should be on your “team.” This team should consist of a doctor whom you trust and work well with and has…

 

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ADHD, Executive Function, and The Art of Getting Kids to Listen

 April 28, 2021 7:00 PM, EDT

Caroline Maguire ACCG, PCC, MEd

 

THIS WILL BE RECORDED. A LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED 24-48 HOURS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Many parents feel that their child is purposely not listening to them. Are they are getting a payoff for being stubborn or selfish? This is a very common thought, albeit, a possible misconception. Sure, your child…

 

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THIS WILL BE RECORDED. A LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED 24-48 HOURS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Medication is not a requirement for ADHD management. There are many behavioral strategies to improve habits and to combat inattentive, hyperactive, or impulsive tendencies.  However, medication can be transformative when the right dosage and product are identified…

 

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Current & Upcoming Events

Training on ADHD | Self-Paced Online Courses

 April 4, 2020—August 31, 2030

Ongoing online event

 

Don’t have time for a webinar? Throughout CHADD’s self-paced online courses you will gain a comprehensive understanding of ADHD and learn strategies to improve life at home and school. Learn more about CHADD’s eLearning products

 

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Recent & Past Events

The Psychology of ADHD Medication

 May 31, 2020—January 2, 2021 Ongoing

The Psychology of ADHD Medication

 

There is no perfect or one-size-fits-all treatment, so it involves making personal choices—this session is provided in order to help you make the best possible choice for your specific situation. Watch this online training for free to learn more. Certificate of Completion provided at the end of this online course.

 

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