Understanding ADHD - for Professionals

24 September 2018
09:30 15:30
Serious Stuff

 

This highly commended training is delivered by our experienced trainers and facilitators, parents of ADHD individuals and most importantly, ADHD people themselves. It truly empowers all those who participate to get their voices heard.

Our training will provide:

Morning:
A theoretical understanding of ADHD providing knowledge about the characteristics and diagnostic criteria. We will look at how these differences are expressed: creativity, challenging behaviour, impulsivity, communication difficulties, social issues, mental health experiences, executive function challenges, aptitudes and skills.

We will also briefly explore parenting ADHD children giving a view of the parent's/carer experience.

Afternoon:
Insight into the unique perspective of ADHD people through listening to a panel of adults, each with their own experience and story to share.

The panel will be followed by smaller discussion groups where you will have the opportunity to engage, explore and ask questions of our panellists to support you in developing your own practice in supporting individuals with ADHD.

Delegates will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance on completion of the course.

The “Empowering” project also provide tailor-made neurodiversity training (ADHD and/or autism) to meet the particular needs of your profession or workplace. Please contact CAAS for more information.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Please specify any dietary requirements upon booking. 

Ticket Price: £40 Subsidised / £75 

We have 15 subsided places available at a rate of £40 per person. Any further bookings will be at the standard rate of £75 per person.

To book please click the link below:
https://adhdforprofs.eventbrite.co.uk

Centre for ADHD & Autism Support 

Our "Empowering Ourselves to Be Heard" Project is central to the philosophy of what we believe in at CAAS. To truly understand autism we need to listen to the voices of autistic people. We aim to support and empower autistic individuals and those around them.