Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Free Seminar at UNC on 11/19 on Success in High School and College for Young Adults with ADHD/LD

There is a free seminar on Nov. 19 in Chapel Hill regarding a self-determined and successful approach to high school, college and beyond for youth and young adults with ADHD/LD.  The program is geared for both teachers, parents, professionals working with students with learning differences.  This event can be attended live, but it will also be streamed and accessible later on YouTube.  Please see the link below for more info and to learn about other avenues for viewing. 

2013 Burnett Seminar
The 12th Timothy B. and Jane A. Burnett Seminar for Academic Achievement

Looking Forward, Living Now: A Self-Determined Approach to Success in High School, College and Beyond for Young Adults with ADHD/LD
Keynote Speaker: Sharon L. Field, Ed.D.Tuesday, Nov. 19 | 1-4:30 p.m.
George Watts Hill Alumni Center
Free and open to the public - Register today!
Here is a link to complete information about the program.  

2 comments:

Donna Rewalt said...

Parents of Kids with ADHD worry about their child's success in college without the attention and structure present in high school. Coaching is one tool Dr. Fields recommends. Read this article to find out more... http://add.about.com/od/treatmentoptions/a/The-Benefits-Of-Adhd-Coaching.htm

Alicia Yahoo said...

This year's lecture and last year's with Russell Barkley are on youtube.com here: http://www.youtube.com/user/UNCCHLearningCenter?feature=watch