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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Understanding, engaging & supporting
ADHD in children is becoming more prevalent. It is often considered only negatively, yet many with ADHD have qualities that are often overlooked due to some of the negative issues that may take precedence. Those attending this training will learn to appreciate the positive, as well as learning to understand the more challenging aspects of this condition.
This training aims to work alongside staff to help them to understand the impact ADHD has on a learner and those around them, and how an understanding of the condition may help the learner to achieve greater academic success.
Primary and secondary school teachers; FE tutors; learning support assistants and SENCOs.
By the end of the course participants will:
- 1. have a better understanding of the nature of ADHD;
- 2. have developed some strategies to support learners;
- 3. know where to go for additional support.;
- 4. have shared experiences.
Session 1 9:30-10:45
- What ADHD appears to be, and what it is not.
- Impact of ADHD in the classroom.
- Overlap with other conditions.
- Medication and food.
- Managing anger.
- Exploring teaching and support styles.
- Sharing experiences.
- Strategies to support those with ADHD and how to improve the classroom environment.
Tutor Information and Related Courses
The tutor is a creative, practical trainer, who has a history of supporting people with learning differences, those who may have mental health issues and those who lack confidence in learning. She also supports, in whatever way required, those who teach, work or live with children or adults with these particular needs. Her Ed.D was based on understanding if and how developing confidence and motivation in the classroom made a difference to academic improvement and brought a change in people’s lives.
A highly experienced tutor, she teaches those with complex emotional and academic needs in a children’s home, is a mentor at Bangor University and supports both children and adults on a one to one basis who need confidence with learning. She is incredibly passionate about her work and believes that any ability, when sensitively and appropriately channelled, can be developed to realise potential.
Furthermore, she has worked as an educational consultant in a hospital for young people and adults with acquired brain injuries and/or autism; has been a trustee and trainer for ParentLink, an organisation that supports families of children with special needs; and she was a board member at Bournemouth University.
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