ADHD Mums! Change Your ADHD Child’s Behaviour in 7 Days!



Discover the Secret to Unlock Your ADHD Child’s Potential, Proven Strategies to Turnaround Your ADHD Child’s Behaviour

What you will learn

Understand the science behind your ADHD child’s difficulties

How to motivate your ADHD child

Empower yourself with ADHD truths

How to be a better parent and banish your guilt

Description

Behaviour is brain based.

Your ADHD child’s behaviour  is greatly influenced by their brain development. Your ADHD child  is not being naughty or rebellious. They just have deficits in their executive functions. These are found in the pre-frontal cortex in the brain.

Regular parenting strategies don’t work for your ADHD child. You need ADHD specific behaviour management strategies. These will only be effective when you understand the root cause of your ADHD child’s difficulties and misbehaviour. Your ADHD child  really does want to succeed at home and in school.

The right ADHD knowledge is the key for all change.

The right ADHD knowledge brings acceptance and understanding.


In this course you will will gain a deep understanding of your ADHD child’s executive functions and how they work to help your ADHD child succeed in life. This is the root of all change. You will  learn just how powerful your child’s executive functions are, and how they play a vital role in your child’s ability to focus and behave at school and at home.

Armed with this knowledge, and the simple and easy to implement ADHD tools that you will learn, you will be well on the way to help your ADHD child manage their behaviour and take ownership of their ADHD.

The sky isn’t even the limit!

Content

Introduction
Introduction
What are executive functions?
Your child’s executive functions depend on age and genetics
Your child’s (and your) behaviour is largely brain based
Common conditions that can affect your child’s executive function performance
The connection between your child’s learning and their behaviour
A Brief overview of the 11 executive functions
Some executive function skills your child needs to complete a school project
The first of the 3 core executive functions – self-awareness
Working memory
Emotional self-regulation
Motivation
Flexible thinking
Focused attention
Decision-making and planning
Time management
Organisation
Starting tasks/procrastination

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