Real Answers for Sensory Processing Impairments
May 19th-21st 2020
Real Answers for Asperger’s Syndrome (autism spectrum disorder)
June 15th – 17th
Past Webinar Recordings
Good discipline doesn’t mean an endless parade of nagging, scolding, time-outs, or punishments. Instead, it emphasizes preventing misbehavior in the first place, confronting promptly when misbehavior occurs, then guiding the child or teen toward improved self-control in the future. More information about this webinar.
This two-hour webinar features a kaleidoscope of practical no-cost teaching strategies and classroom techniques that teachers as well as your student (K-12) will enjoy using to improve attention and concentration and control excessive energy and fidgeting. More information about this webinar.
This two-hour webinar shows you how these various factors inter-relate to either enhance or disrupt your child’s brain functioning on any particular day, regardless of the presence or absence of serious mental health impairments such as ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. More information about this webinar.
This two-hour webcast presents high-powered methods of assisting children and teens with ADHD, whether or not they have hyperactivity. ADHD reflects a lot more than disrupted brain functioning; other body parts are usually involved, Dr. Taylor, a leading authority on this topic, will explain what to watch out for when helping someone who has ADHD. More information about this webinar.
Adequate sleep is essential for your child’s success at school and for self-control, mental alertness and emotional control during the day. Sleeping pills aren’t the answer. More information about this webinar.
School violence, shootings and cyber-bullying are very real threats for today’s children and teens. A sense of personal safety is basic to emotional health and essential for happiness and success at school and within the community. Waiting for the police to solve everything isn’t the answer. More information about this webinar.
How can you help lonely, under-assertive, disrespected, unappreciated, victimized, or academically under-performing children and teens? Learn how in this webinar.