Living with ADHD and Autism for Teens
This eight-week course looks at the challenges and development of teenagers as well as the impact of having ADHD and/or autism. It aims to begin to identify what is typical teen behaviour and what is neurodiversity.
It will address issues such as peer pressure and the stresses teens face. It aims to help the parents to improve the young person’s self-esteem, communicate more effectively and help them to manage their anger and frustrations better. Parents and carers will have a chance to explore issues that are affecting them as a family as well as offering skills to support their young people into independence. It takes the time to explore ADHD, ASD and other related conditions in a safe and non-judgemental environment and to discuss and share ideas with others in a similar situation.
The course costs £40.00 for members (£50.00 per couple for members). A creche will be provided free of charge for Harrow residents. However, a deposit will be required to secure a place.
There are no dates planned currently but if you would be interested in this course please email Therese Glynn and she can contact you when we set the next dates.