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Live Webinar on October 10: When Lack of Motivation Runs in the Family: Getting Kids with ADHD Organized & Focused for Learning

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Not available October 10? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Kids are better able to focus on schoolwork when the home they live in is organized and conducive to learning.

For children with ADHD, and their caregivers with ADHD, that order is easier said than achieved. It’s important to create a structured environment, with effective supports to build time management, so that messy backpacks and homework battles no longer dominate your nights.In this webinar, Ann Dolin, M.Ed., will explain the unique challenges that parents with ADHD may face in helping their children get organized and manage their time effectively for school — and provide approaches for neurodivergent caregivers that turn chaos into calm and lead to improved academic performance.In this webinar, you will learn about:Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.Ann Dolin, M.Ed., has nearly 30 years of experience working with students.

She is a former public school special education teacher and author who founded Educational Connections in 1998. The company specializes in helping students, especially those with ADHD, build executive function skills and study habits to perform better in school and, ultimately, in college.She and her team of more than 120 tutors, executive function coaches, college consultants, and parent coaches provide virtual support to families with kindergarten to college students throughout the country.Ann is the author of Homework Made Simple: Tips, Tools, and Solutions for Stress-Free Homework and Getting Past Procrastination: How to Get Your Kids Organized, Focused and Motivated…Without Being the Bad Guy.

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