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ADHD family online support program
ADHD family online support program
For a family of a child with ADHD, a morning before kindergarten or school can be a challenging and stressful time. Here's an example of what a typical morning routine might look like:
Wake up time: You've been woken up by your child and when you encourage them to get dressed and ready for the day they have a hard time transitioning from one task to another, often can't find their clothes, so you're constantly nagging your child to stay on track.
Breakfast: Sitting down for breakfast can be difficult for some children with ADHD, as they may struggle to sit still or focus on eating. You may need to provide a structured routine for breakfast, such as setting a timer or using a visual schedule, to help their child stay focused, and this can feel like an overwhelming system to set up.
Time to leave: Getting out the door can be a challenge for children with ADHD, as they may struggle with transitions or have difficulty remembering what they need to bring with them. Your nagging your child to find their socks and shoes, without being distracted by their toys or the home environment. You would like to create a checklist or use visual aids for the morning but you don't know where to start.
Drop-off at kindergarten: Saying goodbye can be a difficult time for both you and your child. Children with ADHD may have a hard time separating from their parents, and parents may worry about how their child will do throughout the day. There may be a lot of tears, tugging and shoving. You feel exhausted before your day has even started.
As you can see, a morning routine for a family of a child with ADHD can be complex and require a lot of planning and support. Our ADHD support program can provide families with the tools and strategies they need to make mornings and other daily routines easier and less stressful.
I offer personalised training videos and educational materials that can help you to develop routines and strategies that work for your child's unique needs. With the right support, you can start your day with less stress and more confidence that your child is set up for success.
This ADHD support program is divided into two parts, each designed to provide your child with the tools and strategies they need to succeed.
The first part of the program is focused on learning from you about where your child is at, with a simple checklist and a video of basic movements for your child to copy so I can observe where their focus and motor skills are currently at.
The second part of the program is focused on providing you and your child with strategies, routines, and visual supports to help them with their focus, self-regulation and sensory integration in real-world situations. We work together to set goals and develop strategies for success in areas such as academics, social skills, and self-regulation.
This program is convenient and flexible, allowing you to access it from the comfort of your own home, on your own schedule. You won't need to worry about taking time off work or finding childcare to attend appointments.
The program material is accessible 24/7, so you can fit it into your busy schedule.
I understand that every child with ADHD is unique, which is why this program is tailored to meet your child's specific needs.
Investing in this online ADHD support program can make a significant difference in your child's life. With this program, your child can develop the skills and strategies they need to succeed both academically and socially. You can have peace of mind knowing that your child is getting the support they need to reach their full potential.
Register today and you will receive a welcome questionnaire that helps me to get to know your child and your family's needs, and then we work together from there, supporting you with the strategies, checklists, routines, and transition resources that you need.