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Understanding ADHD with Priscilla Morrison, Psy.D.

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If you have a student or a child who is frequently distracted, constantly moving around, or unable to wait their turn, you may be concerned about attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Although ADHD is a well-known diagnosis, many may not truly understand the complexities of the different subtypes. In addition, it can be difficult to understand why individuals struggle across a variety of domains. There are common misperceptions that are easily confused with actual diagnostic criteria. Further, it can be difficult to understand how to help children and adolescents with this diagnosis. This workshop is designed for individuals who are interested in learning about the diagnosis of ADHD, clinical interventions, and academic accommodations. Participants will be provided with an overview of the diagnosis, the different subtypes and will also learn about the evidence-based interventions. Finally, recommendations for academic accommodations will be discussed.


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