Identifying and Helping a Student with ADHD | Educators and ADHD CoachesCHADD Webinar
Original Air Date September 22, 2022 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
Jeffrey Katz PhD
ADHD symptoms affect children in the classroom in a variety of ways. The three presentations of ADHD include primarily hyperactive/impulsive, inattentive, and combined. Some students display the behaviors of just one presentation, while others slide among the three presentations at different points during their lives.
Psychologist Jeffrey Katz presents information that will help teachers and ADHD coaches to know how students are affected by their symptoms and provides proven ways to help students be successful at school.
Upon completion of this webinar, you will be able to:
- List the symptoms of the three presentations of ADHD
- Recognize how symptoms affect children individually
- Explain effective accommodations and interventions based on how a child exhibits symptoms in the classroom
A clinical psychologist in private practice in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dr. Jeffrey Katz has been involved with CHADD for many years. He serves on CHADD’s board of directors, co-chairs the public policy committee, and is a member of the professional advisory board. Dr. Katz specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with an emphasis on ADHD as well as other behavioral and learning issues. In addition, he frequently attends school meetings, bringing his knowledge of ADHD, learning disabilities, and school-based interventions, together with his knowledge of educational regulations, to ensure that students receive the support they need. Furthermore, Dr. Katz is an expert in evaluating individuals who are requesting accommodations on high-stakes testing, such as those for graduate or medical school, and for attorneys sitting for bar exams.
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The webinar is supported by an independent educational grant fom Akili Interactive
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