Austin, TX, May 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- When Debra Sale Wendler’s nine-year-old son was declared at risk by his school principal, she got a big education in ADHD. “It's frustrating when everything you try to help your child with ADHD only makes matters worse,” says Wendler of Austin, Texas.
“When you learn how to respect your child’s limitations of ADHD in everything you do and say, your child feels more understood and respects you more. That’s why it’s called the Respect Effect® Solution.”
At the Business and Learning Work at Home Expo, Thursday, May 10th at 12:30 EDT, Wendler presents the secrets behind new methods created by a therapist and foster mother of 36 children with severe ADHD. Wendler used these methods to improve her son’s “at risk” behavior by 70% in 3 weeks. Now, he’s 16, making B’s in school, earning an Eagle Scout badge, and planning to go to college.
Wendler’s presentation covers groundbreaking information about ADHD. Why there’s a disconnect between your loving intentions and your child’s cooperation. How to prevent your child’s embarrassing behavior meltdowns. How to steer clear of the 15 words that cause kids to rebel. And what causes ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) and how to prevent it.
“ADHD can unravel relationships until you understand your child’s needs and limitations,” says Wendler. “And the real solution is one you would never guess.”
Parents, teachers, and caregivers of kids with ADD, ADHD, ODD, Asperger’s/autism, and other special needs are invited to attend this informative 30-minute presentation. It is free and membership is not required. Access the virtual meeting room at http://www.businessandlearning.com/register.html.
About Respect Effect Solution
Respect Effect Solution at AdhdParentingTips.com is dedicated to providing training and resources to parents of children with ADHD. For your free report “Five Things You Need To Know to Respect Your Child’s Needs,” visit the Web site at: http://www.adhdparentingtips.com/.