Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is term used to describe a spectrum of learning and behavioural and socialisation differences
Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a negativistic and hostile behaviour which often overlaps with ADHD
The impact of ADHD and ODD within schools and families can be highly significant unless proactive systems and strategies for effective teaching and management are introduced and adapted for specific individuals.
This full day course will deliver a range of options for inclusive educational approaches to meet the needs of children and young persons with ADHD and ODD
£225 + VAT (Early bird)
£260 + VAT (Standard rate)
Early bird offer is available 2 months before course date.
Includes lunch, refreshments, full set of course notes and CPD Certificate.
- Considering symptoms, causes, prevalence, impact and diagnosis routes and options
- Girls and Boys with ADHD and ODD and other co-morbidities
- Introducing the SF3R model of management of Structure, Flexibility, Rapport, Relationships and Resilience to meet Educational, Behavioural and Socialisation goals.
- Setting rules, rituals and routines, accessing the curriculum, seating and goal setting, organisation, study skills, homework and the role of rewards and sanctions
- Dealing with Mood, Motivation, Distractibility, Disruption, Defiance and Anger
- How best to deal with peer interaction during class and non-classroom time, including the issues of bullying behaviour
- Looking at the role of multi-agency intervention and the role of medication
- Home school collaboration and communication and preparing the child and family for transitions
- Developing a series of case studies and sharing expertise and experiences from delegates of teaching and managing children and young persons with ADHD and ODD