Dear SharpBrains reader,
I hope you are doing well.
I am writing to let you know about an upcoming online course on how to navigate ADHD treatments that I am developing with Alvaro Fernandez, founder of the SharpBrains service tracking applied brain science. The course will take place this May, and is intended to equip parents and allied professionals with the information they need to understand the range of treatments available for ADHD, the scientific support (and limitations) for different treatments, and how to think through the options for their child.
Alvaro and I will do our best to distill the treatment research literature into a small number of actionable ideas and strategies that parents can use. Our goal is to help participants become truly well informed about current ADHD treatment knowledge and how to obtain the best treatment(s) for their child.
To Learn More and Register, please visit the course page HERE. An early registration discount is available until March 31st (additional 10%-off discount code: sharp2015)
While I have not done anything like this before, I believe it can help bridge an important information gap, and am looking forward to it. I hope many parents and other interested parties will be able to participate.
This is the 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.
David Rabiner, PhD