How Educational Assistants Can Support High School Students with ADHD
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How Educational Assistants Can Support High School Students with ADHD
Presented by: Les Redick
Located at: Online
About the Session

AUDIENCE: High School EA's are encouraged to attend.

Educational Assistants are lead through a discussion on how ADHD presents itself through the High School years. Guidance is provided on what behaviors to look for in students with ADHD and strategies on how to manage student ADHD symptoms will be provided. As a teacher of students with learning disabilities and ADHD for 30 years, Les will speak to topics like: Disorganization, Irrational Behavior, Poor Social Skills, Poor Problem Solving/Time Management, Homework Issues, Video Game Use and how to talk to parents about medications.

About the Presenter(s)

Les Redick - For over 30 years I have taught ADHD and LD students from grades 4 through 12. In addition to my professional experience, I have personal experience as both my son and I have ADHD. This combination of professional and personal experience has given me an excellent perspective on ADHD, executive functioning issues and motivation. I have been speaking professionally on the topic of ADHD for over 15 years. I recently finished my M.Ed. in Educational Research with a focus on ADHD through the University of Calgary and I currently work at North Point School teaching High School Bio/Chem and CALM 20.

Fee: $0.00

Registration Notes:

This webinar will be recorded and available for registered participants to view for 30 days post event.