Five Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD

Learn why kids with ADHD need different parenting strategies, and what we can do as caregivers to help children with ADHD stay engaged and set them up for success.

When you see challenging behaviors - what are some possible causes beneath the surface?

On December 6, Cartwheel hosted clinical psychologist Erin Gonzalez, Ph.D. for a conversation on ADHD in children and what parents, caregivers, and other adults can do to support kids with ADHD.

In this webinar, we cover:

  • The signs and symptoms of ADHD
  • ADHD and the brain
  • 5 practical keys on how to to adapt parenting strategies for children with ADHD
  • Additional resources to consider if you are a caregiver with a child who has ADHD

Looking for more?

Key Takeaways: ADHD Webinar

Other resources suggested by our speaker:

FAST (First Approach Skills Training) programs

Benji's Busy Brain

Family Media Plan

About our speaker, Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez, Ph.D.

Erin Gonzalez, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and adjunct faculty in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is a clinical psychologist and co-Director of the Behavior and Attention Management Specialty Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Her specialization and research interests include parent-focused behavioral treatments for ADHD and the association of ADHD with health risk behaviors, especially physical activity and screen use. She is also interested in brief behavioral treatments for an integrated primary care setting and co-directs the First Approach Skills Training (FAST) program at Seattle Children’s.