Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most common neurodevelopmental disorder reported in Australian children. ADHD can impact many aspects of a person's life so it's important to identify and put the right strategies in place to support them.
This course provides psychologists with detailed information about how to assess for ADHD and the most effective evidence-based therapies to help manage the symptoms of ADHD.
There is a lot of information available about how to diagnose ADHD and which therapies may help. This course consolidates all of this information into one place to provide psychologists with a comprehensive understanding of ADHD.
When you complete this course, you will feel more confident in diagnosing ADHD in children and young people, making decisions about the most appropriate therapies for your clients and providing additional support recommendations to parents, teachers and other professionals.
Greater public awareness and the release of the national Clinical Practice Guidelines for ADHD has led to an increased demand for assessment and support. It is important for psychologists to be equipped with the knowledge and tools to provide the most accurate evaluation of symptoms and practical recommendations to support their clients.
Learning Links has more than 50 years of experience providing support to children and adolescents with learning difficulties including ADHD. We want to share our broad knowledge and experience with other psychologists to ensure every client gets the best support for their needs.
This course brings together the latest evidence, diagnostic criteria and clinical practice guidelines to provide psychologists with a comprehensive guide to supporting clients with ADHD. We examine best practice assessment and therapy approaches for psychologists to offer support throughout the lifecycle of a client with ADHD.
The course content will cover:
Our Attention on ADHD course provides all the information and strategies you need to start supporting children and young people with ADHD.
*For the duration that Learning Links offers this course
This course is suitable for:
This course is not suitable for counsellors and psychologists who are experienced with diagnosing and supporting children and adolescents with ADHD.
New course for teachers and allied health professionals coming in 2024.
Michelle is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist with more than 18 years of experience.
She is Executive Manager of Psychology at Learning Links and is currently Chair of the NSW Committee of the Australian Psychological Society College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists.
Michelle has worked in a range of settings and is passionate about ensuring children can access the support they need.
Lucy is a Registered Psychologist and Psychology Supervisor at Learning Links with 12 years of experience in supporting children and adolescents with a range of developmental and learning difficultes including ADHD, Autism and anxiety.
She has a personal diagnosis of ADHD and is passionate about providing tailored, neurodiversity-affirming support to meet the individual needs of her clients.
Samantha is a primary and special education teacher with over 20 years of experience. She is Executive Manager of Product Innovation and Education at Learning Links and has a PhD in Dyslexia interventions.
Sam has extensive experience in developing professional development programs and is a sought-after speaker. She has presented at several conferences on topics such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and ADHD and appeared in the ABC documentary, Kids on Speed?, supporting children with ADHD.
Our short, one-hour live webinars provide an introduction to different assessments and offer simple strategies to support children with a range of developmental and learning difficulties. Join live to get the opportunity to ask our experienced professionals questions. View our calendar of upcoming webinars to find a topic that suits your needs.
Our range of on demand webinars offer you the flexibility to upskill in evidence-based support approaches at a time that best suits you.
Our Ready to Learn support guide provides allied health professionals with practical waitlist support strategies to help children develop motor and sensory regulation skills until they can access occupational therapy.