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Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) frequently co-occur. The impact of these disorders span across all aspects of life, including academic achievement, social interactions and employment. Individuals with DLD and ADHD are known to have differences in their executive and adaptive functioning, attention, memory, affect and emotional regulation. Understanding the impact of these needs and how to best support individuals to live their best life is crucial for families, educators and clinicians. This workshop combines current research with functional strategies to address the challenges experienced by people with DLD and ADHD.
Time to complete course: 2 hours
Course format: A pre-recorded video taken from the live online delivery of this workshop in June 2023.
Course fee: $49 AUD per person.
Following completion of the workshop, participants will:
- Understand the current evidence regarding the intersection of DLD and ADHD.
- Develop processes to view the impact of DLD and ADHD on different tasks across the lifespan.
- Be familiar with range of best practice strategies to support individuals with DLD and ADHD.
Presented by Natalie Manley
Natalie Manley has been a speech pathologist for 20 years and is a registered psychologist. She has worked extensively with neurodiverse children and young people, including DLD and ADHD. Natalie is the director of Capable Kids, a multidisciplinary private practice in southern Sydney. She is passionate about combining her knowledge and experience from both professions to provide client-centred, evidence-based, and practical assessments and interventions.
This workshop has been developed for families, educators and clinicians (e.g. speech pathologists, psychologists, occupational therapists etc).
Please email connect@TheDLDProject.com with any questions regarding the purchasing process. If you would like to make a group booking for 5 or more participants from the same organisation, please email to make arrangements.
How you are helping make a difference
The DLD Project is a self-funded social enterprise which means we receive no government funding or donations to fund the ongoing development and delivery of our services such as The Talking DLD Podcast, FREE resources and training for families, advocacy work with the NDIS, etc. It is our aim to develop and distribute resources that are accessible to all regardless of socio-economic status or location. Your participation in this workshop helps fund our work creating resources, information and training for therapists, educators, and families. Thank you for your support and for your commitment to empowering people with DLD.
Please email connect@TheDLDProject.com with any questions.