On completion of this ADHD Awareness course, your staff will understand what ADHD is, recognise the cause, prevalence and symptoms of ADHD, understand how ADHD affects children, and learn the practical tips and how to support children with ADHD.
ADHD is one of the most frequent long-term childhood disorders that affects a large number of children, including very young children. It's typical for young children to be easily distracted, impulsive, and hyperactive, but when the symptoms are strong and persistent, it can cause issues. Young children with ADHD are more prone than their peers to have problems in school. Enrol your staff in this ADHD Awareness course online and upon successful completion, a downloadable and printable certificate will be issued. This can be used to provide evidence for compliance and auditing.
Our ADHD courses aim to provide schools and those directly involved with an understanding of ADHD and how it affects children and young people.
The key points covered in this course are:
We hope our common ADHD training FAQs will help answer any further questions you may have. Just click to expand!
The best way to help, support and handle a child with ADHD, including those with inattentive ADHD is to:
Teachers and support staff can help a child with ADHD or inattentive ADHD concentrate in the classroom by:
Here are some useful ways to help a child with ADHD get organised at school:
ADHD can impact a child by affecting their attention and self-control. This means they can have a harder time staying focused, can be more fidgety and find it harder to control behaviour.
If their ADHD isn’t treated, it can be hard for kids to succeed and could lead to low self-esteem, depression, school failure, risk-taking behaviour or family conflicts.
Our online ADHD courses are available 24/7, anytime, anywhere.
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