Triangle Area CHADD
Parent-to-Parent Workshops
Family Training on AD/HD

Parent-to-Parent Workshops are a series of interactive classes covering a variety of topics pertaining to the understanding of and management of AD/HD.

Classes are typically offered over one or more weekends.
Classes may be scheduled over successive Saturdays, or over one full weekend.
Total class time is approximately 14 hours.


Topics Discussed in the Sessions Include (but are not limited to):
  • Overview of AD/HD
    What is AD/HD?  -  AD/HD & Co-Existing Conditions - Girls & AD/HD - When You Also Have AD/HD - Talking to Kids About AD/HD

  • From Assessment to Treatment
    The Science of ADHD   -  Assessment / Evaluations for ADHD  -   Multimodal Treatment Plan   -  AD/HD Medications  
    Drug Abuse an Issue?   -  Complementary/Alternative Plans

  • Parenting Strategies & Positive Behavior Interventions
    Parenting Strategies  -  Behavior Management Tools & Skills  -  Sibling Survival Skills  -  Severe Behavior Issues

  • Education
    Comparison of the IIDEA/Section 504 Options  -  Managing the IEP Process  -  Accommodations & Interventions
    Executive Functioning & School Success - Transitions to Middle/High School - Help with Homework

  • Teen Challenges & Future Success
    Self Esteem - Ad/HD & Teens - Safe Driving - Disciplinary & Criminal Settings - Financial Literacy
P2P Kids
For Information About the Next Session Contact Us with questions and to express your interest.
To Register for a Workshop Open the registration form. Complete it and return as directed.