Date(s) - 09/09/2021
Many adolescents face challenges transitioning from high school to college, but the abrupt loss of parental support and increased demands for self-management especially impact young adults with ADHD. Preparing students with ADHD for college should start well before they step on campus and it should focus on improving executive functioning skills (e.g., organization, time management, planning).
Expert Kevin Antschel will review the latest research on preparing high school students for college and managing ADHD once in college to increase the odds of successful academic and social outcomes.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How parents can help their high school students develop skills to ease the college transition
- Specific services, accommodations, and interventions that benefit college students with ADHD
- How to reduce stimulant diversion and engagement in risky behaviors (substance use)
- How to mitigate the negative impact of comorbid depression in college
- Strategies for accessing services and accommodations on college campuses
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Meet the Expert Speaker:
Kevin Antshel, Ph.D.
Dr. Kevin Antshel is a licensed psychologist and professor of psychology at Syracuse University (SU), where he is Director of the Clinical Psychology doctoral program and also directs the ADHD Lifespan Treatment, Education and Research (ALTER) program. Dr. Antshel started his career at SUNY-Upstate Medical Center and transitioned to SU in 2012. He is the author or co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, most of which focus on ADHD and better understanding the heterogeneity associated with ADHD. Dr. Antshel is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Attention Disorders, Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (formerly the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology), Journal of Child and Family Studies and the ADHD Report. In addition to his research activities, Dr. Antshel is a practicing psychologist, board certified in clinical child and adolescent psychology and has been received several awards for his teaching activities.
The sponsor of this week’s ADDitude webinar is….
Landmark College Online Dual Enrollment: Preparing students for their college transition. Our unique approach to Online Dual Enrollment courses is personalized and highly supported, enabling your student to develop and hone critical academic skills, explore their interests, and earn college credits during their junior and senior years of high school or during a gap year experience. Our model uses universal design and a guided scaffolding approach to executive function skill building.
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