Tag Archives: ADHD

Neurodivergent brains think differently, so lets help them learn differently

Join one of the free sessions to explain the role mental imagery plays in learning. Dates through to end of August now available. Take a look at http://www.visualkids.co.uk for all the details. There are 3 different sessions, plus one new … Continue reading

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3 simple things to explore about ADHD

Exploring the strengths of ADHD Continue reading

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New Perspectives on ADHD

ADHD isn’t just about behaviors. Once you understand what is driving the behaviors, you will be able to create a calmer life for you and the whole family. During May there are 3 opportunities when you can join Olive Hickmott, … Continue reading

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Learn how you can explore your own experiences of mental imagery

What are your experiences of mental images? They can be: In vivid color, black and white, or just cartoons. You may just know what something looks like without a static image. You may think you have no images at all, … Continue reading

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Calming the ADHD family – virtual Event

Keeping calm is such an important aspect of ADHD and it can be so difficult. This event has been running for the last week and all those I have been able to listen to have come up with some really … Continue reading

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[Recordings live] The Secrets of Dyslexia and ADHD

“This all makes so much sense.” This is what parents and adults say to me over and over again when they find out these secrets. Over 22 years I have had so many lightbulb moments when working with families, and … Continue reading

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Are you in?

To enable creative children and adults to learn in a way that matches their strengths. It is only common sense (that often doesn’t seem very common these days), to teach students in a way that matches their strengths. Creative students … Continue reading

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The Secrets of Dyslexia and ADHD

“This all makes so much sense.” This is what parents and adults say to me over and over again when they find out these secrets. Over 22 years I have had so many lightbulb moments when working with families, I … Continue reading

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Join us Friday at 11am UK Time for another Neurodiversity Stories

Neurodiversity Stories with Darren Clarke Delighted to announce the next guest 🙌 Olive Hickmott Title: Are we all born dyslexic? Olive had many Dyslexic and ADHD traits all her life. She will tell the story of how she changed her … Continue reading

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Webinar on Wed 27.4.21 at the Bell House

Before Covid I was talking about the importance of sleep-breathing-calm for Neurodivergent students. Now the focus is on emotional wellbeing for everyone, these skills are even more valuable. I am running a webinar for The Bell House on Wednesday, just … Continue reading

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