Event Details
20 Sep
2021

ADHD and Attention disorders: how to deal with them? Theoretical and practical experiences

Italy
Reggio Emilia
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ADHD and attention disorders represents a new important work frontier for Progetto Crescere.Nowadays, in fact, always more children are described as inattentive, hyperactive and uncontrollable.Progetto Crescere’s team is happy to share its experience in the field with European colleagues.

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
PROGETTO CRESCERE
Contact details
euprojects@progettocrescere.re.it
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Aims and objectives
With this course we would like to offer specific and professional knowledge and skills about the identification, the handling and the possible treatment for children or adolescents with ADHD
Expected (learning) outcomes
Knowledge and skills you will acquire:
- New knowledge about Italian school system and special needs handling
- State of art of psychiatric debates on ADHD diagnosis and treatment
- Possible interventions for these children: psychomotor and psychological treatment
- Instruments, games and app for ADHD treatment
Recognition / certification of participation
Certificate of attendance
Europass mobility tool
Attending fee
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