ADHD looks very different as it moves from childhood to adolescence through to adulthood. It is important to recognize how these stages reveal themselves and how to reduce the symptoms. Les Redick knows what it’s like to have ADHD. He grew up with ADHD; has raised two children with ADHD; and he has taught students with ADHD for over 30 years. Through Les’ personal stories, parents will understand more fully what it is like to be a child, as well as an adult, with ADHD. They will also gain insight into what ADHD is and how it reveals itself at home. Les shares examples of how individuals with ADHD struggle with executive functioning and offers relevant and helpful strategies.
Join us on Wednesday April 20
7 – 9 p.m.
L.Y. Cairns School
“Be prepared to be teary one minute and laughing the next!”
This event is cosponsored by the ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton and Learning Disabilities Edmonton.
Registration is NOT required – but it’s helpful to know how many chairs we’ll need 🙂