ADHD Awareness: Where can I start?

freddy smallHere are some skills for teachers and parents of ADHD students. Let us help you to help them.

October is ADHD Awareness month; we are running 3 FREE webinars to help parents, teachers, doctors and educational professionals:

ADHD Awareness, where to start? Exploring ADHD from the student’s, parents and teachers points of view. What is behind the behaviors, what does a head full of mental imagery and sensory overload feel like? The overlap between mental health and learning differences. What can we all learn from our children 15th October 8pm

The skills and nightmares of ADHD for children and adults. How can something be a skill as an adult and a nightmare as a child? Can you spot your child’s exceptional skills developing? 23rd October 8pm

ADHD Awareness and good breathing. What is good breathing, why do you need it, what is poor breathing and what does it do to your body and cognitive skills? I am shocked that parents of children with ADHD have never been told about how important nose/diaphragmatic breathing is. This is changing my life.Tues 29th October 8pm

Do join us, get some questions answered and learn some new skills.

To do a bit of pre-reading take a look at my recent book,  The Elephants in the Classroom. When I published The Elephants in the Classroom, there was always going to be room for more elephants to pop up.  It seems that mouth breathing so stresses your body, it is behind much of the anxiety and need for grounding mentioned in  “The Elephants in the Classroom: uncovering every student’s natural power of mental imagery to enhance learning” “Neurodiversity through the lens of mental imagery”. To find out more, order your own copy here, listen to the introductory mini-videos here or more than 10 copies here or on or

#adhd #adhdawareness #neurodiversity #goodbreathing #diaphragmaticbraething #ADHDskills #mentalimagery #theelephantsintheclassroom #neurodivergent

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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