Instructor: Deshawn Wert & Kristen Milliken
Total time: 84 minutes
Conference Year: 2016
Getting the mundane tasks of daily living done can be a challenge for anyone. But for people with ADHD it can feel impossible. Research illustrates clearly that people with ADHD require a higher level of motivation to get boring stuff done. Play is a natural remedy to raise motivation and improve attention and focus. When you learn to make any task fun you have learned one of secrets to managing the ADHD brain.
2. Learn how to create optimal conditions for brain productivity.
3. ADHD motivators.
4. Learn how to spark your client's interest.
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