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Dr. Lori Desautels (Teacher, Author, Professor) discusses different areas of the ADHD brain. What sort of ADHD symptoms occur where and what do they look like? Dr. Sarah Levin Allen (Pediatric Neuropsychologist) talks with SmartCourse founder, Adrien Harrison, and walks us through 4 different ADHD strategies caregivers can use when working with kids with ADHD brains. The clips are taken from Smart Course’s extensive database of masterclasses for caregivers of students with ADHD.
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