Dr.DuPaul is known for being one of the most influential researchers of school-based academic and behavioral interventions for youth with ADHD in school settings.
He will share with you the tools and skills he has researched throughout his extensive academic career, which have helped thousands of families with children with ADHD thrive in a school environment.
I was very impressed by how much Dr.DuPaul genuinely cares for children with ADHD, and how involved he is with making sure they have access to all the services and programs that are available.
This session will summarize research on primary and secondary outcomes for students with ADHD as well as interventions aimed at supporting students with ADHD's transition to middle school.
Attendees will learn strategies to strengthen middle school programs and services, common documentation requirements in secondary school settings, and tips for helping students with ADHD adjust academically and socially to middle school.
Dr. DuPaul will cover different study skills, what homework looks like from the teacher’s perspective, and organizational skills for your kid's locker, desk, bookbag, and binders.
Dr. George DuPaul, PhD, is a professor of school psychology and associate dean for research, College of Education, Lehigh University.
He has extensive experience providing clinical services to children with ADHD and their families as well as consulting with a variety of school districts regarding the management of students with ADHD.
He is a past recipient of the Senior Scientist Award from Division 16 (which is the School Psychology division) of the American Psychological Association. He has published over 230 journal articles and book chapters regarding ADHD and related disorders.
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