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Name Motivating Neurodiverse Kids to Do No-Fun, Boring and Tough Stuff: From remote learning to household chores, helping children and teens get started, persist and finish tasks
Date Feb 16 (Tue)
8:00pm EST / 5:00pm PST
Duration: 1h 00m
Location Online
Speaker

Jed Applerouth

Speaker

Dr. Sharon Saline, Psy.D.

Description

Many educators and parents feel frustrated and thwarted in their efforts to teach responsibility, motivation and persistence to students right now, especially those with learning differences. In this webinar, Dr. Sharon Saline, veteran psychologist, author, and ADHD/LD expert, provides insight and tools on how to successfully motivate all kinds of learners at school and at home. Building upon a strength-based, collaborative approach, she will show you how to develop and use strategies to teach all-important executive functioning skills related to motivation, increase personal accountability and create solutions to daily challenges with more cooperation and less arguing.

Speakers: Sharon Saline, Psy.D.; Jed Applerouth, Ph.D.

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