Wirral Skills Building Webinar Programme for Parent and Carers

Dear Parent / Carer,

I understand that your child is on the ADHD Pathway. As part of this Pathway, and in line with NICE Guidelines, you are invited to attend the Parent’s Skill Building Programme around understanding and managing your child’s behaviour, including neuroscience, sleep and environment.

This is a unique opportunity for you to explore strategies to support your child’s development, well being and educational attainment.

Attendance on this programme is essential to progress along the ADHD Pathway to a QbTest and paediatric appointment. The programme was previously delivered face to face, but due to COVID-19 recommendations, the sessions are now run online.

The programme is split over 3 x 1 hour long online sessions.

Session One: Neuroscience of ADHD and Treatment

Session Two: Sleep – Diet & Nutrition

Session Three: Stress Awareness and Self Regulation

The following dates and times are available to access these session; please click on your option to book for each session (these do not need to be in consecutive order).

If you have any queries regarding the online programmes, please email info@adhdfoundation.org.uk

DateSession10am option1pm option7pm option
Mon 26th AprilOne10am
Tues 27th AprilTwo10am
Wed 28th AprilThree10am
Tues 11th MayOne10am7pm
Mon 24th MayTwo10am7pm
Mon 7th JuneThree10am7pm
Sat 26th JuneOne10am
Sat 26th JuneTwo1pm
Sat 26th JuneThree7pm
Mon 5th JulyOne10am
Tues 6th JulyTwo10am
Weds 7th JulyThree10am

With kind regards,

Dr Tony Lloyd
Chief Executive

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