Bringing up a child with ADHD requires different to traditional parenting skills. Normal rule-making and household routines can become almost impossible. It can become frustrating to cope with some of the behaviours which result from your child’s ADHD, but there are ways to make life more manageable and to make living with ADHD more stress-free.
The ADHD Centre runs a programme for parents working through practical and relevant frameworks to better understand your child’s symptoms, supporting you with implementing accommodations for your child’s ADHD, and teaching you the tools and strategies to build your child’s awareness and self-regulation.
This 8-step course combines learnings from the latest neuroscience studies, fun and dynamic exercises and worksheets, and an inside knowledge on what’s it like to live with and support someone with ADHD. It is tailored to your needs as a parent so that you can become agents of change for your child’s development.