Practical Strategies for Parenting ADHD
Wish you could just roll with the ADHD in your family?
Need practical strategies to deal with the day to day parenting of a child with ADHD? Sign up today for this FREE learning series from BC Children's Hospital.
“I can’t thank you enough for this. I have not found many resources as practical as this. I can
honestly say that I am sad to complete the videos because I have found the information so
helpful and I feel such a sense of support by watching them.”
– Rolling with ADHD Participant
What is Rolling with ADHD?
Raising a child is one of the hardest jobs out there. Parenting a child with ADHD is even tougher. We often tell parents that they need a ‘black belt’ in parenting when they have a child with ADHD. That is why we decided to bring together psychologists from the ADHD Clinic at BC Children’s Hospital and caregivers to provide you with more support.
Rolling with ADHD is an eight module series that covers practical tools and strategies for caregivers of children with ADHD. This series has been adapted from the long standing in-person program at BC Children’s Hospital, and includes what research show really works for kids and families living with ADHD.
This series is for you if:
How It Works
Receive a weekly email with your module link – no need to log in! Sign up and each week we’ll send you the link to that week’s topics and strategies.
Short and impactful content – we know you’re busy! Each module includes 15-20 minute video with activities to help you remember the key information and to think about how to apply the strategies to your family.
Focus on real life – You’ll be invited to reflect on how you have been approaching different issues with your children and how to start making adjustments.
Absolute Privacy – You’ll have a safe, secure space to interact as little or as much as you want with the course material.
Our unique learning system allows you to create notes, make reflections and journal your progress in total privacy. The program also provides you with downloadable resources and a window into how other parents are approaching the everyday issues you face. You are not alone!
Dr. Candice Murray,
Dr. Candice Murray is a registered psychologist who practices in the area of ADHD. She is the former Director of the Provincial ADHD Program at BC Children’s Hospital and is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. …read more
Dr. Daphné Dokis
Dr. Daphné Dokis is a Registered Psychologist who works with children, adolescents and their families In the ADHD Clinic and in her private practice. Over the past 10 years, Dr. Dokis has developed expertise supporting families with ADHD and other challenging behaviours. …read more
Made possible by the generosity of the Lu Family