Parent to Parent
Providing ADHD Training and Support for Parents
Do you feel lost when it comes to ADHD and its related issues and concerns?
Parenting a child with ADHD brings both joy and challenges. CHADD’s ADHD online courses include both short video lessons about ADHD and downloadable resources that you can read at your convenience.
Throughout CHADD’s self-paced online courses, you will receive support from other parents gain a comprehensive understanding of ADHD, and learn strategies to improve life at home and school.
Start with the Introduction to ADHD. This is a free ADHD course that includes 8 lessons for parents. Family members will learn what ADHD is and how ADHD is diagnosed. Upon completion of this course, learn more about ADHD throughout the other courses in the training series. Learn more about each course by clicking the link below.
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Parent to Parent: Family Training on ADHD provides parents with a comprehensive understanding of ADHD as well as strategies to improve life at home and school. Designed by parents for parents, this training provides ADHD support and information from the parent’s perspective.
Throughout this course, you will learn what ADHD is, its probable causes, the process of diagnosis and assessment, components of a multimodal treatment approach, complementary and alternative treatment options, strategies for creating an ADHD-friendly home environment, and how to support a child with ADHD at school.
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“This course opened the door to many resources. Now we understand what's wrong and we know how to deal with it. This course is a life saver and our family quality of life has improved tremendously with this course.” - Angela, Commack, NY
“Our daughter's brain functions differently - it's not an attitude problem. She learns differently. This course was so helpful! Thank you so much for opening our eyes and instructing us!” - Ann, Farmington, UT
“I would highly recommend this course to parents. I believe it should be “mandatory” for teachers! They are always going to have students that need help.” - Mark, Salt Lake City, UT
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Learning Objectives for Parent to Parent Family Training on ADHD (by Module)