March 5, 2011

FREE Workshop “Building Success for Teens with ADD/ADHD: Recent Findings and Practical Strategies”


Mark your calendars and sign up for this free workshop.  If you are a parent, teacher or have a loved one with ADD or ADHD, this would be a really good opportunity to learn more. 

East Tennessee Council on Children & Youth

K-Town Youth Empowerment Network

National Association of Social Workers-Tennessee Chapter

Present a FREE Event and 3.0 CEU Training Opportunity:

"Building Success for Teens with ADD/ADHD:

Recent Findings and Practical Strategies"

Join us for this special workshop featuring nationally recognized

Author of Teenagers with ADD/ADHD, Teaching Teenagers with ADD/ADHD, and A Bird's Eye View of Life with

ADD/ADHD; co-producer with son Alex of a new DVD featuring 30 teens talking about living with ADD/ADHD.

Chris A. Zeigler Dendy

April 6, 2011, from 8:30 AM-12:15 PM

Moses Teen Center, 220 Carrick Street, Knoxville, TN 37912

Speaker and continental breakfast sponsored by

K-Town Youth Empowerment Network

Approved for 3.0 Continuing Education Units by NASW-Tennessee Chapter

This interactive workshop for educators, professionals, and parents explores the impact of "executive function"

deficits on learning and behavior in teens with ADD/ADHD.  Attendees will learn coping strategies for disorganization, time impairment,

emotional issues, and academic struggles.  Chris Dendy is the parent of three children with ADHD. Chris's husband, Tommy Dendy, will also speak from a

father's perspective about the challenges of parenting children with ADD/ADHD.

You must register for this FREE event at

Lindsey Cody, Regional Coordinator

East Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth

531 Henley Street, 7th Floor

Knoxville, TN  37902

(865) 594-6658

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