How exercise and physical activity shape brain function, cognition, and academic attainment in children with ADHD

Stone Hsieh, Ph.D, Lecturer in Biological Psychology, Kingston University

 

About this Event

This seminar will give you insights into how different types of exercise and combining physical activity with school lessons can be a brain energizer for children. In particular, Dr Hsieh will also be discussing how exercise and being fit can benefit brain health, cognition (executive function in particular), and academic attainment in ADHD. The talk will not only include scientific evidence supporting the benefit of exercise, physical activity, or being fit but also cover the latest physical activity guidelines in the UK as well as some hands-on activities which parents can learn to support their children.

About the speaker

Stone Hsieh, Ph.D, Lecturer in Biological Psychology, Kingston University

Online information

Registrants will be emailed the Zoom dial in details on the morning of the webinar.

Pricing & Free Tickets

We charge a modest amount for our seminars in order to help us cover our costs, yet we also want them to be affordable to as many people as possible. We have a limited number of free tickets for those who are not in a position to pay. To apply for a free ticket, please get in touch with us at jenny.c@adhdembrace.org

 

When
29th November, 2022 8:00 PM through  9:30 PM
Location
Online
United Kingdom
Contact
Event Fee
Attendee fee £5.00