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Your Hosts

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, PCC, is the mother of 3 complex children, a certified co-active coach, public speaker and writer, and the co-Founder of ImpactADHD®. She provides training, coaching and support for parents at all stages of managing “complex” kids. A graduate of Wesleyan University, CT and the CORO Fellows program, ImpactADHD.com fulfills Elaine’s lifelong mission to make a difference in the world in the lives of women and their families. ImpactADHD programs provide guidance for parents, online and on the phone, including videos, home study courses, group and individual coaching.

Read more from Elaine on ImpactADHD.com or the www.HuffingtonPost.com/Elaine-TaylorKlaus/

Diane Dempster, MHSA, CPC, ACC is a trainer, speaker, radio show host, Certified Professional Coach, and co-founder of ImpactADHD®. She coaches parents of “complex” kids to radically improve personal and family life, gaining new skills, increasing confidence and learning to use coaching techniques in parenting. Diane received her Masters from the University of Michigan and coaching certification from iPEC. A certified CHADD Parent to Parent teacher, Diane lives in Atlanta with her family. She is committed to living a conscious, balanced and joy-filled life, and helping other parents do the same.

For more by Diane, visit her blog on www.ImpactADHD.com

Your Speakers

Dr. Mark Bertin
“ADD, Parents and Education”

Join Dr. Bertin and learn about how:

      • Educational plans need to consider the impact of ADHD and executive function on learning, organization and planning.
      • Educational plans must consider the high likelihood of a learning disability occurring along with ADHD.
      • Homework and organizational supports created by parents must also recognize the full impact of ADHD and executive function not only on attention but on time management, organization, and planning. 
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Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC 
“Three Key Pitfalls of ADHD Medication (for Parents) and How to Avoid Them!”

After the Session:

      • Listeners will be able to state an increased understanding of the three most common reasons their children may not be getting full benefit from their ADHD medication.
      • Parents will be able to list three things that would indicate to them that their child’s ADHD medication is working effectively.
      • Attendees will have at least three tools or strategies they can use with their children immediately to help them experience the full effectiveness of their medication.
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Michele Novotni, Ph.D 

“Create a Great Relationship with Your Child’s Teacher”

Dr. Novotni gives great insight on:

      • Try to get a great match with the teacher’s personality/style and your child.
      • Know how much time your child should be spending on homework and how much help you should be giving.
      • Help your child develop strategies, structures and supports to be as self-sufficient as possible regarding remembering items, doing homework, etc.

Join Dr. Novotni and learn about   ADHD Awareness Education Here

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Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D., ACC 

“Reasons for Recess”

In this awesome interview, Kirsten explains how:

      • The best kind of play costs nothing and really only has one main requirement — imagination.
      • Time spent playing make-believe actually helped children develop a critical cognitive skill called executive function. Executive function has a number of different elements, but a central one is the ability to self-regulate. Kids with good self-regulation are able to control their emotions and behavior, resist impulses, and exert self-control and discipline.
      • Children are less fidgety and more on-task when they have recess, and children with ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity syndrome) are among those who benefit most.

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Dr. Thomas Brown, Ph.D.
“The Hidden Truth About ADHD: How Emotions Can Get You Stuck or Moving Forward”

By the end of this interview, Dr. Brown will educate you on:

      • The role of emotions in ADHD.
      • Recognizing, responding to, and managing emotions.
      • “Working Memory” and seeing the bigger picture.

Judy Bass, CEP
“Being Your Child’s Advocate:
Tips for Parents”

In this compelling interview you will learn how to:

      • Be as educated as possible about 504 plans and IEPs. Know what your rights are as a parent. There are many webinars/reading on this.
      • Keep all relevant documentation from pre-school through high school. A paper trail is a key factor.
      • Assess your child’s level of independence and begin including him/her in 504 or IEP meetings, when appropriate.

Free three month subscription to CollegeWebLD. Value: $59. Click here to access.

Ann Dolin
“ADHD and Executive Functions: Tips, Tools, and Solutions for Academic Success”

In this series, Ann Dolin  provides you with:

      • Simple solutions for getting and staying organized.
      • Tools to tackle distraction.
      • Tips to reduce procrastination and quit power struggles.

Click Here to download 6 great E-books will help get your school year started off just right!

Beth Ardell & Susie McDaniel
“Brain Skills 101: How They Help
at School and at Home”

Beth and Susie will let you know how:

      • There are 2 parts to learning: knowledge & intelligence (cognitive skills)
      • Cognitive skills include: long-term memory, short-term memory, visual processing, auditory processing, processing speed and logic and reasoning.
      • Cognitive skills/IQ is not fixed and can be changed through brain training.

2 great gifts for you! “The Cognitive Skills Game Pack” and “Unlock The Einstein Inside.”

Marydee Sklar
Procrastination Frustration?
3 Tips to Help Your Child

Join Marydee  and learn about how:

      • You can’t do what you can’t do.
      • Time is Invisible: Be a scientist and collect data.
      • You Can Stop the excuses: Anticipate the challenges.

Here’s a free video for you to view – “Getting Unstuck – Understanding Directions.”

Rick Green
“Your Child Has The Answers
To All Your Parenting Concerns”

Rick shares great inside information explaining:

      • When ADHD folks are interested in something we are unstoppable. And with the rapid pace of change, hoping that your child gets a ‘proper education’ and ‘lands a good steady job’ is actually limiting their lives to what you know to be true.
      • There are three things your child needs from you. 1. Love. 2. Support. (Which comes from love.) And 3. Trust. (Which also comes from love.)
      • Rather than having more things to do, or worry about, it’s time to do less. To relax. Or at least control that desire we all have to ‘save’ our children. By letting go of expectations and dreams, you allow kids who will never ‘fit in’ to become who they truly are and be a unique contribution to the world.

Rick rants about the desire to fit in and be “normal”. What does that even mean? And why strive for it? Find out Here FREE! Value:$5.95

Robert Tudisco, Esq.
“Do’s and Don’ts of Student Advocacy”

This session will take a practical look at some of the mistakes parents make and how to rectify them with practical strategies and suggestions to maximize the opportunity to get their children the help they need in school.

Join Robert and the COPAA in: “Fighting Stigma.” Watch a great presentation HERE!

Jed Applerouth
“Streamlining Homework Time:
Efficiency and Structure to Help Your Students Thrive.”

Jed answers your questions on:

      • Why is homework so difficult for kids with ADD and learning differences?
      • Cognitive skills include: long-term memory, short-term memory, visual processing, auditory processing, processing speed and logic and reasoning.
      • What are the most common mistakes that parents make in helping their kids with homework?
      • What are some sure-fire strategies to help students become more organized and efficient?
      • How to know when your child needs some outside help?

Jeanmarie Keller
“How to Stretch Your College Budget”

During this interview, Jeanmarie shows you how to:

      • Know where you’re at.
      • Hone in on colleges right for you.
      • Jump through the financial aid hoops.

Don’t get blindsided by a college bill you didn’t expect or can’t afford – Get your Special Report Here FREE! Value: $15.97

Alan P. Brown
“Mindful Over Matter: How to Help
Power Up Your Kid’s Brain”

Great points Alan will cover:

      • How well-fed is your child’s brain when heading off to school? We’ll cover the fundamentals of this absolutely fundamental matter.
      • You can teach simple mindfulness concepts to a child as young as five – and they can help power up the mind in many ways.
      • There are many tactical tips and tricks for powering up a young mind and helping it power through homework and difficult, stressful days.

Don’t unwittingly making your ADHD worse. Click here to receive your free eBook! Value: $9.99

Dr. Charles Parker
“Treating Medication Treatment Failure”

Dr. Parker educates you on:

      • The body effects medication rates of metabolism
      • Chronic medical problems create metabolic challenges
      • Drug interactions and genetics always make a difference

Learn the “Predictable Solutions for the 10 Most Frequent Problems with ADHD Medications.” Get your 25-Page FREE Special Report Here! Value: $9.99

Tara McGillicuddy
“Practical Parenting During the School Year”

Tara will teach you practical ways on self-care and how to:

      • Ask for help: Delegating.
      • Set Goals: Evaluate and Re-evaluate.
      • Slow down and simplify: Use guides and systems.

Let Tara help you end procrastination with this awesome audio: “Procrastination: Answers and Solutions.” Get it HERE, FREE! Value: $9.99

Jeff Cooper
“If My Child Can’t Focus,
Why Can He Play Video Games for Hours?”

Jeff will teach you to:

      • Look at ADHD through the lens of an Executive Functioning condition.
      • Illustrate how an executive functioning construct might change the paradigm around supporting those with ADHD
      • Introduce an attention based approach to helping those with ADHD manage around things that are difficult for them to engage attention in.

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