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Mark Your Calendar

Go ahead and mark your calendar for the Summit October 19-22, 2020. Do it now. You don’t want to miss even one of these stellar sessions. Download the Summit Journey Map here.

Add the Masterclass

Mark your calendar for the Live Masterclass: "The Role the Brain-Body Connection Plays in Your Child's Behavior," Sunday, October 18, 8-9 pm EST U.S.

Add the Roundtable & Chat

Mark your calendar for the Live Roundtable: "What I Wish I Had Known When My Kids Were Younger," Friday, October 23, 8-9 pm EST U.S.

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Watch your inbox for Summit emails. They’ll come from Parenting ADHD & Autism. You’ll receive one each morning of the Summit with the day’s lineup.

Add the ADHD-specific bundle of 5 additional sessions.

Just $17

It’s no secret that ADHD and autism share many similar traits and that some symptoms from each neurodevelopmental disorder overlap. As many as 50 percent of individuals who have autism spectrum disorder also have ADHD. The odds are pretty good that your child is one of them. 

Do you suspect your child may have ADHD, as well? Or maybe you already have the dual diagnoses of autism and ADHD. If so, the ADHD-specific sessions bundle add-on is for you. 

There are five stellar experts in this bundle. You are sure to learn something useful for your child, even if they only have some autistic traits.

Using Interests to Engage ADHD Brains

Shawna Wingert

Former Special Ed Teacher, Homeschooling Mom, Author of Different By Design

Shawna Wingert is a special education teacher turned educational consultant, parent coach, speaker and writer. She is also a homeschooling mom of two brilliant boys with differences and special needs. She has written four books for parents of special needs and has also been featured in special needs discussions on Today.com, The Mighty, Simple Homeschool, and The Huffington Post. Find her online here at DifferentByDesignLearning.com and in person at Great Homeschool Conventions.

Elaine Taylor-Klaus & Diane Dempsey

Fostering Quality Family Time with ADHD

Diane Dempster & Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Founders of ImpactParents

One of our biggest desires as parents is to spend quality time with our children, connecting and bonding. Often, that quality time is harder to create when you have a child with ADHD due to impulsivity, distractibility, big emotions, and poor self-regulation. It’s a challenge, but it’s not impossible. Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster of ImpactParents share strategies to mitigate the hurdles and ideas to connect with your child and spend truly quality time together.

Dana Kay

How Nutrition & Getting to the Underlying Cause Play a Part in ADHD

Dana Kay

Board Certified Holistic Health & Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner

Modern medicine and the expectations of today’s society often lead us straight to medication after a diagnosis, as it is a quick, but not always guaranteed fix. By digging a bit deeper we often find that nutrition, environment, and lifestyle play a huge part in the health and well-being of children diagnosed (and undiagnosed) with ADHD, anxiety and overall neurological functioning. This can be overwhelming, as there is so much information out there that it is difficult to know where to start. Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, Dana Kay, explains the science behind these conditions and the impact nutrition and uncovering the root cause through functional lab testing can have on treating symptoms. Having first-hand experience with her 11-year-old son, she outlines natural steps you can take to start the transition to a holistic approach to health and well-being.

Dawn Kamilah Brown, MD

Building Your ADHD Treatment Dream Team

Dawn Brown, M.D.

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Author of The ADHD Lifestyle Series

If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes an army to raise a child with ADHD. In addition to clinicians and various types of therapists, there are a lot of other people in your child’s life day to day that also need to be on board with what your child with ADHD needs and part of your child’s treatment team. Dr. Dawn Brown, founder of the ADHD Wellness Center, outlines who should be part of your child’s ADHD Dream Team and how to collaborate and work together as a true team to help your child thrive. 

Caroline Maguire

Social SOS: My Child Doesn't Have Friends​

Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed.

ADHD Coach, Author of Why Will No One Play with Me?

Caroline Maguire is on a mission to help children who struggle with social interactions. In this interview, you will learn why friendships are the perfect place for kids with ADHD and/or autism to practice using their executive functioning skills. Listen in to get simple practical ideas about how to develop your child’s social skills in the context of everyday life — even when stuck at home under quarantine.




ADHD-Specific Bundle — 2020 Summits
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You can help your child to feel better and do better.

We'll show you how in this free masterclass, THE BEHAVIOR REVOLUTION: Understand your child's behavior and learn how to improve it compassionately and successfully, while honoring their neurodiversity.