Wed, Nov 10 | Webinar

A Parent’s Guide to Problem-Solving School Behavior Struggles (Free)

Interfering school behavior problems create academic, social, and emotional gaps in a learner’s progress. If left unaddressed, behavior struggles can lead to social isolation, a loss of instructional time, decreased self-esteem and academic under-achievement.
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A Parent’s Guide to Problem-Solving School Behavior Struggles (Free)

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Nov 10, 1:00 PM GMT-5
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ADHD Parenting School & Learning ON-DEMAND WEBINARS Live Webinar on November 10: A Parent’s Guide to Problem-Solving School Behavior Struggles Register below for this free expert webinar to learn how to solve your child’s behavior problems at school, on Wednesday, November 10 at 1 pm ET. Sign up and you will receive the free webinar replay link after 11/10 as well!ADHD Expert: Rachel Schwartz, PhD, BCBA-DVerifiedUpdated on September 29, 2021 SAVE Register to reserve your spot for this free webinar and webinar replay ► Not available November 10? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.You get a phone call from the school that your child is having behavior issues in the classroom. Now what? Interfering school behavior problems create academic, social, and emotional gaps in a learner’s progress. If left unaddressed, behavior struggles can lead to social isolation, a loss of instructional time, decreased self-esteem and academic under-achievement.However, parents and educators should know that positive behavior change is possible through proactive collaboration, planning, and monitoring. This webinar will walk parents through steps to take from the very first phone call about their child’s behaviors to the implementation of individualized strategies. Rather than rush to find a solution or rely on others to solve the problem, parents can take the lead in gathering information, developing strategies, and leading the school team toward more effective action.In this webinar, you will learn to:Communicate and collaborate with the school Structure questions to gain relevant information from the school team Identify and describe four areas to consider for interventions Structure and monitor a behavior action plan Identify the need for further assessment and formalized plans (and how to get those in place) Gain comfort and confidence in leading your child’s behavior program

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