Information for Parents of Children with ADHD (Communication)

Information for Parents of Children with ADHD (Communication)

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Online event

For parents and carers of children with ADHD

About this event

Presented by CAHDS Senior Speech Pathologist

This workshop aims to provide information to parents about:

• communication difficulties (verbal, written and social) as related to ADHD

• the impact of communication difficulties both diagnosed and undiagnosed

Social connectedness refers to the relationships people have with others. Social connectedness is integral to wellbeing. People are defined by their social roles, whether as partners, parents, children, friends, caregivers, teammates, staff or employers, or many other roles. We are connected by the way we communicate with others, including our use of social media and technologies. Communication skills, both verbal and written, are needed for individuals to build and maintain relationships with others. Developmental language difficulties/disorders and specific learning difficulties/disorders are common in individuals diagnosed with ADHD but are often undiagnosed. Difficulties can lead to or be a part of attentional, behavioural, emotional and academic difficulties.

Communicare's South East Metropolitan Parenting Support Service (SEMPSS) provides parenting services to families living in the south-east metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept registrations from parents that live outside of this catchment at this time. Please contact us for services local to you.

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