The Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada and the University of Ottawa ADHD and Development Lab are hosting an ADHD Workshop in Ottawa
Understanding ADHD in the Home and at School
Date: May 4, 2019 9am to 4pm
Where: University of Ottawa, Social Science Building FSS4007 – 120 University Ave, Ottawa, ON
This workshop is geared to Parents and Educators, Adults and Adolescents with ADHD, and their families, Health and Medical Professionals
- It can’t just be ADHD? The surprise packages that come with it?
- Relationships Matter: Building Positive Relationships in the Context of ADHD
- Going to School with ADHD
- Understanding ADHD in the Workplace Strengths and Impairments
- ADHD and Anxiety
- Adult ADHD and the Family
Judy van Stralen MD, FRCPC
Dr. van Stralen is a community-based consulting pediatrician. She completed her medical degree at McMaster University and pediatric residency training at Queen’s University. Dr. van Stralen is the founder and medical director of the Center for Pediatric Excellence, a multi-disciplinary clinic focused on treating patients with mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders. She is also a consultant at Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville, Assistant Professor at Queen’s University and Staff Pediatrician at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Maria A. Rogers Ph.D., C.Psych
Dr. Rogers is an Associate Professor, Clinical Psychologist, and Director of the ADHD and Development Lab at the University of Ottawa. She is also an Affiliate Investigator at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Dr. Rogers’ broad interests are in the social-emotional and academic development of youth with ADHD across the childhood and adolescent period. She is particularly interested in how parents and teachers interact with children with ADHD regarding learning and school-related issues, and the effects of these interactions on children’s emotional well-being.