This is a lesson example from the popular course Rolling with ADHD.
It is aimed at helping parents learn more about to work best with ADHD in the family.
We combined a presenter-lead approach followed by simple comic-like animations to reinforce the information at each phase.
Each section is then further summarized and reinforced in the infographic in the workbook section, in which the parents are also invited to self-reflect and internalize the information from their own perspective.
Using Play Effectively
Part 1: Practical Strategies
But I (kind of) play with my child all the time!
There is just no time left for play!
My child only wants to play video games...
My child doesn't want to play with me.
So when are you going to tell me how to change my child's behaviour?
Part 2: Parents on Play
1. Check in
How well have you been able to apply some of the techniques from last week's 'Praise' class into your day-to-day? What impact have they had so far?
2. Questions for YOU
1. Do you play with your child often? (if not, why?)
2. When was the last time you played with your child?
3. What do you do for fun with your child?
Click the infographic to download your own version
4. This Week's 'Fridge Door' Challenge
This week, we challenge you to make a date to play with your child at least 3 times for 15-20 minutes.
It’s best to keep it short while you get used to this style of play to ensure a successful play date for both of you.
You can keep track of your progress using a tracking sheet like the one below. This is just an image. Click the image to download it as a printable pdf document separately.