The University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) is offering a free Understanding and Managing ADHD in High School virtual workshop. The event is 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021 on Zoom. The workshop is free, but participants are required to register and will receive the link to access the online event during the registration process.
This free virtual workshop is designed to help parents or guardians of high school-aged children. Your child may have received a formal diagnosis already, or you may suspect they have ADHD or a similar learning challenge. Participants learn more about what ADHD is, what it “looks” like in high school students, how it differs from what you might expect/how it is presented in media, and where to go from here.
While it is free, workshop participants must register! Please sign up here to secure your spot: Eventbrite Registration.
Participants can expect to learn:
- What causes ADHD.
- What ADHD looks like in high school-aged children.
- How to support a high school-aged child with ADHD at home, school, and with friends.
This workshop includes interactive components and a Question-and-Answer session at the end. To help us better prepare and tailor the content of each workshop, we ask participants to provide their most pressing questions in writing when they register.
- When: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021.
- Where: Online via Zoom (register for the link – check your email and/or spam folder once registered for the link).
- Who: Parents and guardians of high school students.
- Cost: Free, but registration is required.
- How to Register: Click here to register via Eventbrite.
Looking for a similar ADHD workshop but for a different age group? See: ADHD Events for other workshop options.
About the University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF)
The University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) is committed to helping children and families enjoy a happier life, more satisfying relationships, and increased success. UCCF is part of the Mary A. Rackham Institute (MARI) at the University of Michigan. MARI provides high-quality, individualized mental health, neuropsychological testing, and language and literacy services to the community through its service centers, including UCCF, University Center for Language and Learning (UCLL), and University Psychological Clinic.