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Presenter Larissa Predy from Little Oaks Psychology.

In this presentation, we will review when a behaviour may be seen as clinically relevant, and uncover why the frequency and consistency of a behaviour matters.

We will discuss developmental patterns, indicators, and trajectories for Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and what we can do about it.

Registration is required. Please register here.

Learn easy to use strategies for home, school and other environments and strategies for further developing the brain.

Join Presenter Chantal Jackson, Registered Psychologist & Elements Health.

In Partnership with PSD70.

Discussion to bust myths about ADHD. Inform caregivers and the general public in order to increase compassion for the amazing humans living with ADHD, and to streamline interventions.

Presenters: Chantal Jackson, Elements Health
In partnership with PSD

An overview of ADHD from how it is diagnosed to treatment and strategies for home and the classroom.

Join Presenter: Dr. Kate Randall, R. Psych., Clinical Neuropsychologist.

Struggling with Screen Time and your ADHD child?

Join Presenters: John Stevenson & Steven Zwicker, Zone Performance Psychology Inc.

This presentation will include:

  • discussion on ADHD assessment and diagnosis
  • 4 major effects that electronics and screen time have on the brain
  • an outline of some of the natural non-pharmaceutical approaches offered by Zone Performance Psychology Inc.
  • Information on Cognitive-Perceptual Training.

Presenter: Chantal Jackson, Registered Psychologist

Chantal Jackson from Elements Health is presenting this workshop for parents, caregivers, and educators. A sensory snack will be provided that day based on updated Covid guidelines. All participants will receive a swag bag for attending.

Childcare is not available for this event.

 

Presenters: Amy Quintal & Gaylene Hart from Foundation for Cohesive Communities.

Presenters will speak on how your role as a parent to obtain change, recognize needs, and support opportunities will be an important skill throughout your child’s lifetime.

This workshop will support you in developing advocacy skills and building resources.

I suspect my child has ADHD, what do I do? My child has been diagnosed, what a re the next steps? Where to go and how to apply for financial support. Resources and Programs for kids/youth with ADHD. Their will be a brief discussion on IPP’s.

Presenter: Larissa Predy, M.A., Registered Psychologist, Little Oaks Psychology

Elements Health will share easy to use strategies for home, school and other environments. Strategies for further developing the brain. Therapyware will be on hand with products on hand for purchase.

Presenter: Chantal Jackson, Registered Physcologist

It’s time to bust some myths about ADHD. This presentation will help inform caregivers in order to increase compassion for the amazing humans living with ADHD, and to streamline interventions .

Presenter Chantal Jackson, Registered Psychologist