Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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Tech Valley High School 
246 Tri-Centennial Dr
Albany, NY 12203

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Sheri Gaylord 
Parent Network of the Capital Region 

Strategies to Help a Child with ADHD or LD Improve Performance in School Work and Homework 

This training will provide an overview of skills that students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities (LD) often struggle with such as: organization, focus, time management, and task completion; skills known as executive function (EF) skills.  Participants will learn the role that EF skills plays in class work and homework performance and strategies to support the learner with EF challenges.  Common accommodations and the importance of teaching/learning EF skills will be explored. Parents will be provided with checklists, sample forms, and other useful tools and resources. 

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 Registration will close 2 business days prior to the scheduled event.


Please Note:

PNCR training events are available at no cost to parents, family members, caregivers, and community members whose children and loved ones have disabilities. We encourage and welcome professionals working with children and families to attend however, please remember, PNCR trainings are NOT designed or intended for use as professional development training hours. The design, content, and delivery of our trainings is focused on informing and meeting the needs of parents and families as they partner with their child's educational team and school district to ensure an appropriate education for their child.

If you are a professional and are not sure if this training will meet your needs please contact the PNCR office at 518-640-3333 or email info@pncrny.org.