“Best source of impartial quality information in the whole of the UK for ADHD”
Our Teacher Seminars are brought to you in collaboration with Kingston University’s Special Interest Group on Inclusion and Social Justice within the Department of Education. These seminars are 1.5 hour CPD webinars with expert speakers who share their knowledge with us on a variety of topics related to ADHD. The seminars typically run for 90 minutes and comprise a seminar running for 45- 60 minutes and then followed by time for Q&A from participants with our speaker.
ADHD is a complex neuro development condition and children with ADHD also often have co-morbidities. This will affect both academic performance and behaviour at school. Teachers are key critical individuals in a child’s life who can initially spot suspected ADHD and co-morbidities and by providing the individual with the support they need, will also help them realise their potential at school and in life.
Our teacher seminars are focused on teaching professionals and SENCOs to learn more about the complexity of the condition. .
ADHD and co-occurrence with autism spectrum conditions, dyslexia and developmental coordination disorder (DCD) - online
26 January 2022 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm - Register now
Prof Amanda Kirby, CEO of Do-it Solutions, Emeritus Chair in Developmental Disorders at University of South Wales, Medic and Neurodiversity campaigner More information
9 February 2022 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm - Register now
Paty Paliokosta, Associate Professor in Inclusive Education, University of Kingston More information
Enabling SENCOs and teachers to support ADHD diagnosis and provision for children and teens with ADHD
9 March 2022 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm - Register now
Dr Eleni Paliokosta, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and Dr Rachel Ransley, Clinical Psychologist More information