Webinar: Mission impossible? Remote Learning for Children with ADHD.
Cost: FREE, suggested donation $10. This webinar will be recorded and available to registrants following the webinar..
CADDAC is the ONLY national charity focused solely on ADHD. We are happy to offer this webinar for free in light of the impacts of the pandemic. Your donation will help us continue to bring educational offerings like this one to ADHD communities across Canada. Thanks in advance for your support.
We hear you; remote learning is not what you signed up for. It’s challenging for everyone who hasn’t done it before and let’s face it; supporting children with ADHD with remote learning is even more challenging.
After attending the webinar you will:
- Have a better understanding of the unique challenges of remote learning for children with ADHD.
- Use an array of tools and strategies to collaborate with your child, their teachers and other family members in order to support learning.
- Be able to provide resources for teachers to help children with ADHD learn better remotely.
Resource: CADDAC has developed a template letter that parents can use to send to teachers/educators about supporting their kids to be successful in an online learning environment.
Lina Vishnevsky, MSW, RSW, B.Ed
Lina Vishnevsky is a Registered Social Worker and a trained teacher. She works in a children’s mental health organization and has a private practice. Lina’s mission is to empower individuals to achieve their goals. She has a special interest in working with individuals with ADHD in a therapeutic setting. In her work, Lina collaborates with parents, teachers, and administrators to support children with ADHD.
Garry Smolyansky, OCT, M.A
Garry is an Ontario Certified Teacher. It brings him joy to empower students of all ages to learn and develop. He is particularly interested in supporting students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD and setting them up for success. Garry works with teachers to help them understand how to tailor remote learning experiences to ensure they are accessible for all.