ADHD Educational Series

ADHD Foundation Australia Online ADHD Educational Series

Join us for exciting online events where we explore effective strategies to support neurodiverse children and young people.

The ADHD Foundation Australia Team are delighted to announce a new online training program commencing in Term 1 2024 for educator’s designed to supply a valuable professional development opportunity for teachers, school support and teachers’ aides and other school staff. Our webinars will include a diverse range of subjects related to ADHD and other neurodiverse conditions providing a wealth of knowledge and insights to help you better understand and enable students with different learning needs.

Who should attend?

This Educational Series is suitable for both educators, school counsellors, teaching students teachers aide and parents of neurodiverse students. The session aims to equip educators with the necessary skills and knowledge to create an inclusive learning environment that caters to diverse neurological abilities, while empowering and informing parents about these skills to continue that support at home.

These educational series will be delivered by highly trained experts in the field of teaching and education of children and young people with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia and Tourettes syndrome, along with co- occurring mental health challenges.

During these sessions you will learn from educational expertise about practical classroom strategies that every teacher can use from primary school to upper high school.

Term 1, 2024 Program: Select the date to find out more details and register.

February 2024:

  • Leading a Neurodiverse Classroom Book early seats limited

March 2024:

  • Supporting children and young people with a dual diagnosis of ADHD and Autism
  • Supporting Executive Functioning in the Classroom

May 2024:

  • Supporting children to understand, recognise and regulate their emotions
  • Reading, Writing and ADHD

June 2024:

  • Supporting memory in the classroom
  • Girls, Young Women and ADHD

Our presenters:

The ADHD Foundation Australia are delighted to partner with the ADHD Foundation UK and are grateful for their support. Since 2012, The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity have trained over half a million educators and teachers alike and are the largest provider of training in ADHD and neurodevelopmental conditions for professionals in the UK.

These expert presenters are leading practitioners and trainers in the field of neurodiversity. They will share their insights and knowledge while drawing on the latest research and very best practices. You will have the opportunity to engage with, and exchange ideas and experiences during these sessions.

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Feb 28 2024 - Jun 19 2024


7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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