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Live Webinar on February 10: Bonding Activities: Effective, Practical Relationship-Building Ideas for ADHD Families

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Not available February 10? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Do you ever feel like your relationship with your child or teen revolves around their ADHD — and not who they are as a person?

That all your time is spent talking about school and chores and what’s NOT done? ADHD can sometimes obscure your child’s true self and prevent joyful connections.Here, learn how and why the three core symptoms of ADHD — dysregulated attention/focus, impulsivity, and hyperactivity — get in the way building a relationship with your child.

For each of the three core facets of ADHD, learn how to identify when and how symptoms are affecting the parent-child relationship — and how to overcome those challenges with relationship-building strategies.Get conversation starters and sample language for each parenting stage — childhood, middle school, and high school — plus strategies to build connections, ideas for one-on-one activities they’ll love, and advice for better listening and asking questions to build connection will all be included.Finally, learn how to use games in fun, engaging ways to build connection — this includes board games, conversation games, cooperative games, art/craft activities, and outdoor games.

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