Sometimes it is more fun and effective to learn in a group. Learning and doing together may be just what you need to succeed.
At the Thinking and Doing Skills Center we offer group classes for students from lower elementary through high school on ADHD, organization, and study skills. Each group is limited in size to assure each student’s needs are met and their questions answered. Group learning helps students realize that their challenges are not unique and that with a little guidance they can figure out how to work more effectively. Click here to see our latest schedule of classes.
NEW! “FUN”damentals of Learning for Grades 2-3: This new class is designed to help those students in grades 2 and 3 prepare for learning. Through discussion and hands-on activities students will look at what it means to “learn”, and the skills it takes to become an effective learner. Some of the topics covered are: mindset, failure, organization, directions, homework routines, communicating what you know and strategies for learning. Class meets three times at 1pm and there are two sessions to choose from (July 31, Aug 2 and 7th or Aug 14, 16, and 21st ). There is an option for a make-up class due to vacations. Investment for the three classes is $150 and class size is limited to 6 students to allow for individual attention. Click here to register.
NEW! “FUN” damentals for Grades 6-7: All students want to do well. They just don’t know how to change things. Juggling homework from multiple teachers, long term projects and studying for quizzes and tests can be a lot to handle. This class offers strategies for learning and organization including how to REALLY use an agenda or homework app to help keep track of things. These skills will then help them master their homework and study skills for greater academic success. It is different from tutoring – these are the underlying skills necessary to learning effectively. Class meets three times: August 14th, 16th and 21st at 3:00 pm with an option for a make-up class due to possibility of vacation conflicts. No need to worry if your child misses one class – he or she will get the information in the make-up class. Click here for more information.
Coming in October! ADHD/ADD and Executive Function Skills Class: Fall is a great time for middle and high school students living with ADHD/ADD and Executive function weaknesses to build the skills and strategies that can help them succeed. The focus is on coaching students to dive deeper into understanding themselves, dispelling myths about ADHD and developing a knowledge base of strategies that work for the way they think. Self advocacy and social strategies will also be covered. Four 60 minute classes cover topics like organization, mindset, monitoring actions and knowing when to change them, time awareness, planning, and much more. Next class starts October 15th, 2018. Click here for more information.
Back to School – Drop In – Get Organized: Current and former students can get a refresher course on the C.O.D.E. method of organizing and set up their backpacks, binders and agenda to start the year off organized and in control. Overwhelmed by the supply list and confused as to how it all goes together? We can help. Stop by and get re-organized on Saturday, August 18th from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
New! Parenting Your Child with ADHD: Do you really understand what ADHD is and how it affects your child? Often times you get the report back from the neuro-psych exam and it is filled with facts about what is wrong. You already knew that, that is why you had the testing done in the first place. What you really need to know is how to best help your child and your family be successful and happy.
Would you like your child to develop the skills to become more independent? Here is some of what we will cover in the four week class. Learn about what ADHD is and what it isn’t and how Executive functions can impact your child’s ability to succeed. There are strategies to help improve communication and cooperation as well as, organization, homework and studying strategies. If you are tired of being your child’s planner, reminder, and project manager, then it is time for a change. Click here for more information or to sign up for this class. Starts October 15th at 7:00 pm.
Ongoing Parent Support Group: It is not easy being the parent of a child or teen with ADHD. This group is designed to offer support and encouragement to help you face the challenges as you strive to become the parent your child/teen with ADHD needs you to be while you help them become all they can. Join us for this monthly group that meets on the first Thursday of each month throughout the school year. Next Meetings: October 4, 2018, November 1st.
Women’s Group Coaching Class: Are you ready to learn more about yourself as you journey in the direction of your dreams? Want to feel less alone in your struggles and get support from others that understand? Whether you are wishing for more balance in your life, less stress, more time for yourself, looking to start a business, go back to school, switch jobs or if you struggle with ADHD then group classes may be just what you are looking for.
Together we’ll explore where you are, and where you want to go and help you design your own plan for getting there. It is about what is important to you and the group will support and hold you accountable (if that is what you want) and encourage you along the way.
This new class is designed for those women looking for a group that can support, encourage and inspire each member to reach for their dreams. It starts in August and meets weekly for four weeks on Mondays at 10am or Tuesdays at 7:00 pm. Dates: Mondays starting August 6th or Tuesdays starting August 7th. Four 90 minute sessions provide individual coaching and group support while you design and work your plan. Join us this summer and start reaching your goals! Click here for more information or to register.
All group classes take place at our Hingham location:
11C Whiting Street
Hingham, MA 02043
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