Understanding Behavior in Neurodiverse Children

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Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) is a nonprofit educational organization that provides in-person and online classes to parents and all who care for children, toddlers through teens.

Join them on October 25, 2023, for a webinar about understanding behavior in neurodiverse children:

For parents of kids whose brains work somewhat differently than their “neurotypical” peers, managing their distracted, disorganized, and disruptive behaviors can be overwhelming.

The key to managing the challenging behaviors of kids with ADHD, ASD, and other learning and behavioral differences is understanding that behavior is communication, and the challenge is to understand the difference between when they are actively choosing their behaviors (when they won’t do something) and when their brain differences guide their behavior (when they can’t do something).

This webinar will address the first step to supporting your child: gaining awareness of the root causes and functions of your child’s challenging behaviors. With this awareness, parents can identify effective and loving interventions that help boost children’s self-esteem and help them feel seen and understood.

Registration includes access to the live webinar, video/audio recordings to watch later, and handouts/resources. This webinar is intended for parents of preschool through elementary school-age children; pre-register at the link below.


Oct 25, 2023

Online • Hosted by Parent Encouragement Program


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