Announcement: New online course to Navigate Conventional and Complementary ADHD Treatments for Healthy Brain Development
Dear colleagues and friends,
?We are pleased to announce an exciting collaboration between SharpBrains and the Attention Research Update to offer a new online course in May 2015, designed to equip participants with the understanding and information required to navigate and prioritize ADHD treatments–both conventional and complementary–to maximize healthy brain development for children with ADHD.
Course description: Every parent whose child has been diagnosed with ADHD should learn how to systematically navigate and monitor the range of potential ADHD treatments based on the latest scientific evidence. This course will provide the necessary information, frameworks and toolkits to make well-informed decisions, in conjunction with professional advice, about medication, behavioral therapy, exercise, neurofeedback, working memory training, meditation, diet and supplements.
Who this is for: This new course can be a valuable resource for parents whose child has been diagnosed with ADHD and also for professionals seeking to stay updated.
- Dr. David Rabiner, founder of the Attention Research Update, is an Associate Dean and a Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University.
- Alvaro Fernandez, named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, is the co-author of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness: How to Optimize Brain Health and Performance at Any Age (2013).
–> To Learn More and Register, please visit the course page:
Friends of SharpBrains can register with a 10% discount using promotional code: sharp2015
Wishing you and yours an excellent 2015,
- The SharpBrains Team