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Virtual Homework Club 

Classmates

What: 

Research suggests a student is less likely to put off academic work if his friend knows he is working on it (ADDitude.com).   If your child is struggling to find focus at home during academic time, this may be the ideal space for your student to feel in the zone with other students while they complete their work like study buddies.  Of course, your child would also make new friends with other kids, build social skills, and stay on top of school work.

When: 

Tuesdays weekly from 4:30-6p Pacific Time (This month:  9/28, 10/5,12, 19, 26)

Who: 

Grade 6-12

Where: 

Zoom. Please feel free to enjoy your own snacks during the session.  

Cost: 

FREE!!!  You only need to sign up once and attend future sessions at your convenience. 

*Please note all students (grade 6-12) are welcomed. We will cap at 30 students, but priorities will be given to TPT's current  students.  Save your child's spot now by signing up below. 

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Make Your Own
Sticker Club:  Positive Affirmations For Success With ADHD   

 

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What: 

Based on research of non-medicated treatment for ADHD, the power of positivity and success are linked.  Results showed better effectiveness of a personal mantra in cognitive functioning such as sustained and divided attention, concentration, short-term verbal and working memory, overactivity, and aggression as compared to other training (American Psychological Association, 2021). Positive affirmations matter when students feel like giving up and need emotional refreshment.  It is hard to do adulting when the world is in such an extraordinary circumstance like right now.  A great way to help students feel motivated is to help them create a positive self-monologue.  The best way to do that is help students create their own productivity mantra as a laptop sticker.  It's sticker fest!  Your student can let their inspiration run wild while creating a positive proverb that illuminates their entire academic year and keeps them going.  The best part is they will meet friends along the way and feel utterly inspired academically and socially.  

When: 

Thursdays weekly from 5-6p Pacific Time (This month:  9/30, 10/7, 14, 21,28)

Who: 

Grade 6-12

Where: 

Zoom. Please feel free to enjoy your own snacks during the session.  

Cost: 

FREE!  Bonus:  Your kiddo will get 2 fun stickers that he/she designs via mail. Shipping's on us.  You only need to sign up once and attend future sessions at your convenience. 

*Please note all students (grade 6-12) are welcomed. We will cap at 30 students, but priorities will be given to TPT's current  students.  Save your child's spot now by signing up below. 

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Productivity

Power

Hour 

College Students

What: 

According to ADHD research, co-working in real time is a great way to mitigate procrastination and optimize productivity (ADDitude.com). This means the surest way to kick procrastination to the curb is to get your work done with someone who also has work they have to get done. You do your thing, and they do their thing. Never underestimate the power of the human presence, it does work!  With this in mind, we would like to offer a dedicated space weekly where college students and working adults can meet virtually to get things done and  feel empowered to perform at their highest level.  It's like having a study session with a  buddy or an accountability partner.  Bottom line:  It works!  

Who:  College students and adults are welcome.  

When: 

Every Monday from 4:30-6p Pacific Time (This month:  10/4, 11, 18, 25)

Where: 

Zoom. Please feel free to enjoy your own snacks during the session.  

Cost: 

FREE! You only need to sign up once and attend future sessions at your convenience. 

*Please note we will cap at 30 people, but priorities will be given to TPT's current college students.  Reserve your spot now by signing up below. 

Productivity Power Hour Sign Up 

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Student & Parent Resources

Understood:

Concise literature on different learning disabilities. 

understood.org 

The National Center for Learning Disabilities: 

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ncld.org

LD Online: 

Comprehensive information about learning disabilities. 

ldonline.org

PBS: 

A guide to understanding your child's needs.

pbs.org/wgbh/misunderstoodminds

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