How to respond to ADHD in times of crisis is the theme of the 13th Annual Southeast Regional ADHD Virtual Conference on January 28-29, 2021.
Published: January 9, 2021
Join a multi-disciplinary group of experts as they discuss topics including Working with Explosive Children at Home and School, Strategies for Surviving COVID in the Classroom and Still Teach Students Effectively, An Overview of New Children’s Mental Health Services, Ensuring that Eligible Students Receive Accommodations During the COVID Crisis, plus, a panel discussion on Stresses and Strategies for Coping with the Pandemic.
National and state experts will provide fresh research as well as proven and effective strategies to help educators, parents, counselors, and medical professionals maximize their response to ADHD diagnosed children and adults during this unprecedented pandemic. COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of American families as students learn remotely, medical professionals shift to telemedicine and teletherapy, and children and adults deal with many complexities of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
For more information, visit adhd.ua.edu.