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Interactive ADHD Child Parenting Course

Start: October 6, 2022 6:30 pm
End: November 24, 2022 8:30 pm
$50+HST
Live Zoom Sessions

This Program/Event has multiple upcoming sessions:

Oct 6th, Oct 13th, Oct 20th, Oct 27th,

Thank you for your interest in CADDAC's Interactive ADHD Child Parenting Course - while our October course is full, please add your name to our waitlist! We will contact you in waitlist order when a new session opens!


Weekly Sessions: Oct 6th, Oct 13th, Oct 20th, Oct 27th,

Please note this course is in the Eastern Timezone

This course is both instructional and interactive with a third of the time devoted to questions and discussion. Homework sheets are assigned at the end of each session and reviewed at the beginning of the next session as you work through the development of your child’s profile and home and school plans.

This course is geared to parents of children between 4 and 18 years of age and is approximately 7.5 hours in total, divided into 5 sessions.

  • Session 1
    ADHD Overview & Impacts on Learning
  • Session 2
    ADHD Treatment & Impairments in Self and Emotional Regulation
  • Session 3
    Family & Parenting and Home Strategies
  • Session 4
    Working with Schools & School Advocacy
  • Session 5
    Sharing of Your Home and School Plan / Discussion of Success and Struggles

Heidi Bernhardt, RN

Over the past 30 years, Heidi Bernhardt has helped raise awareness and understanding of ADHD among parents, those with ADHD, educators, health care professionals, industry leaders, government officials and the public through presentations, conferences, media interviews, and advocacy work.

Heidi Bernhardt, is a psychiatric nurse by training, mother of three grown sons with ADHD and the founder of the Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada (CADDAC), a Canadian charity dedicated to awareness, education, and advocacy for ADHD. Heidi is the past Executive Director of the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA), a national not-for-profit organization of the leading clinicians and researchers in ADHD in Canada, from 2006 to 2012. During these years she built CADDAC in her volunteer life, nationally incorporating CADDAC as a not-for-profit in 2006 and becoming the Executive Director and President from 2012 to 2019. Heidi currently focuses on  ADHD education material and systemic advocacy while holding the role of Director of Education and Advocacy for CADDAC. She also continues to teach and present on ADHD for CADDAC.

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