2023-06-29T12:46:12-04:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

🚨Attention Therapists‼️ Friendship Circle is hosting our annual Continuing Education Course titled 'Practical & Effective Strategies for Integrating Sensory and Motor Learning.' 🗣️🧩 We are extending an invitation to occupational therapists (OT), physical therapists (PT), speech therapists (ST), and educators to enroll in this course. Whether you wish to earn 6 credit hours or enhance

ADHD Symptoms 101: An Overview of Comprehensive Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

2023-05-01T14:29:39-04:00Tags: |

This webinar will explore the symptoms of ADHD and how they manifest in individuals across the lifespan. A clinical psychologist and ADHD coach will discuss the criteria used to diagnose ADHD and the importance of a comprehensive evaluation process. She will also discuss evidence-based treatment options, including medication, behavioral interventions, and lifestyle changes. Attendees will

Reaching Students with LD and ADHD, What’s Working and How to Make it Better

2023-04-03T16:10:40-04:00Tags: , , , |

Based on his broad perspective on students with LD and ADHD, Dr. Schultz will provide an overview of the characteristics of programs that are “doing the right thing” for these kids. As a parent, you’ll be able to use this information to assess the nature and quality of the services your child is getting. If

Bryan Mark Rigg: Conquering Learning Disabilities with Alper JCC and Friendship Circle of Miami

2022-10-24T12:13:46-04:00Tags: , , , |

In honor of ADHD Awareness Month, Alper JCC Miami presents Bryan Mark Rigg and his book Conquering Learning Disabilities at Any Age: How an ADHD/LD Kid Graduated from Yale and Cambridge and Became a Marine Officer, Military Historian, Financial Advisor, and Caring Father. With his gifts for academic research and storytelling, Riggs shares his story

Time to Focus: Understanding Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ADHD, ASD and ID) with Parent to Parent

2022-10-04T13:41:29-04:00Tags: , , , , |

Individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Intellectual Disabilities (ID) may experience difficulties in communication and reciprocal social interaction, restricted and repetitive patterns of interests and activities, hyperactivity, adaptive living skills and academic achievement. Participants will learn the difference and similarities between these three disorders and will be able to

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