Faculty development opportunity: Strategies for supporting students with ADHD

Do you work with students with ADHD? Would you like to get some insights into the ADHD brain? Interested in strategies that can work for individuals with ADHD?

Come to a faculty presentation by Kelsey Kuperman from the University of Oregon on Wednesday, March 4, from 3 to 4 p.m. in Ross 140. This session, sponsored by the Disability Services Office, satisfies one hour of professional development for faculty.

ADHD is a form of neurodiversity and can show up as strengths (creativity, curiosity, passion) and frustrating challenges (lack of motivation, difficulty getting started, trouble tracking time) for individuals with ADHD. This session will explore real-life examples of what it looks and feels like to navigate college with ADHD and will cover a range of strategies for students and faculty.

Questions? Contact Andrea Byerley at abyerley@georgefox.edu.

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