Don’t need the CPD points? Click here to do this course at a reduced price! The “Understanding ADHD online course” is a comprehensive and informative program designed to help individuals gain a deeper understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This course covers various aspects related to ADHD, including its causes, symptoms, and the different […]
Don’t need the CPD points? Click here to do this course at a reduced price!
The “Understanding ADHD online course” is a comprehensive and informative program designed to help individuals gain a deeper understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This course covers various aspects related to ADHD, including its causes, symptoms, and the different approaches towards managing this condition. The keyword “online course” reflects the convenience and accessibility that this program offers. Participants can access the materials from anywhere with an internet connection, allowing them to learn at their own pace and convenience. This comprehensive online course serves as an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand ADHD better or support someone diagnosed with it.
Find out how ADHD is diagnosed, what the three different types of ADHD are, and which comorbidities are most common in patients with ADHD. You will learn about the current studies on ADHD and where these studies fall short. While ADHD is usually associated with children, we also have a look at its prevalence among adults and how they can cope in the workplace.
The symptoms of ADHD is discussed in this module in great detail. The symptoms of ADHD in girls are also highlighted.
Here we discuss all the popssible causes of ADHD. We also take a look at ADHD diet as well as the effect of screen time.
In this module we discuss the complication that may arrise from having ADHD. We look at emotional- as well as physical sensitivities, hypersensitivity as well as the impact of AHD on social settings.
In this module we explore comorbidities. We look at how to differentiate between ADHD and a condition with similiar symtoms. We also take a look at the three common ADHD comorbid categories.
We discuss the differences between ADHD and ODD, what to expect when they occur together as well as the symtoms of both in relation to each other.
In this module we discuss depression, anxiety disorder, bipolars disorders, SUDs and personality disorders with clear explanations of symptoms of all of the above.
In this module we discuss the differences as well as the similarities of ADHD, sensory processing disorder as well as autism spectrum disorder.
We discuss in detail what a diasgnosis of ADHD entails and what you should expect from the process and the medical profession.
Symptoms of ADHD in adults are often different to that of children. We take a look at the symptoms of ADHD in adults, as well the diagnostic process.
The various treatment options for ADHD is discussed. Medications for ADHD is discussed in great detail. The various therapies are also discussed.
Treatment options are discussed in great detail. Medications are laid out in terms of names, duration they last, as well as side effects.
Different types of therapy for example psychoeducation, behaviour therapy, social skills training, psychotherapy as well as other treatments are discussed.
We dedicated an entire module to the strategies that parenst and caregivers may employ at home for a child that has a diagnosis of ADHD.
A full module is dedicated to strategies in the classroom to help teachers. From behavioural classroom management, accomodations as well as practical tips for classroom success is discussed in detail.
This modules takes a look at if prevention is possible. It also lists people who have ADHD that live (well) in the public eye as motivation!