Daniel Kramarsky, Teacher and Administrator – The Top 10 Biggest Fears for Parents of Kids with ADHD and How to Deal With Them

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Dan Kramarsky is known for being a top educator and teacher with ample experience handling children with ADHD. 

He is going to give you the tips and strategies he has been developing for decades as a teacher and parent of children with ADHD, and that he has shared with hundreds of parents and families, on how to cope with the fears that come with having a child with ADHD, especially through the middle school years. 

One of the things that impressed me most about Dan Kramarsky is his expertise in education and teaching with enthusiasm to help others, which translates into uplifting conversations and energizing presentations

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In this presentation, Dan will explain why you don’t need to be afraid-- not afraid that your child will fail, not afraid of ADHD, not afraid of medication, etc.

Being afraid is bad for you and your child, and Dan will offer some concrete ways to deal with your fears. Dan will show you why there is no good reason to be afraid of most of these things. If you’re scared of your child’s ADHD, your child will be scared of their own ADHD. And that’s more difficult to handle than any of these fears by themselves.

Daniel Kramarsky | Teacher, administrator, and parent with ADHD. With an education career of over 30 years, he has taught teachers at Columbia University Teachers College and presented his work internationally at conferences on ethics and philosophy of education. He and his daughter, now a student at a top-notch university, both have ADHD.

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