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Live Webinar on July 26: Meet the Teacher: How to Build Relationships This Back-to-School Season

Not available July 26? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Parents and teachers see different facets of every child, and this is especially true for students with ADHD.

The way neurodivergent learners respond in various settings often depends on their comfort levels, interest, confidence, and motivation.It is important for parents of children with ADHD to share relevant and helpful information with new teachers each school year. This open, transparent communication allows educators to better decode and support a child’s needs, and collaborate with caregivers on solutions.

This webinar will highlight tools and tips for collaborating both in person and via targeted emails because the more parents, students, and teachers connect effectively, the more likely it is that students will thrive.In this webinar:Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ADHD-CCSP, is a mental health counselor, ADHD Certified Clinical Service Provider, and teacher trainer. As an ADHD specialist, she supports parents, educators, and other professionals in addressing the impact of ADHD and executive functioning on learning, motivation, and behavior.Cindy received her Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers College, and her ADHD coach certification from the Institute for Certified ADHD Professionals.

She has trained with Dr. Edward Hallowell and Dr.

Ross Greene. Cindy is a recognized keynote speaker and provides professional development for school districts and other professional organizations worldwide, addressing how ADHD and executive function challenges

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