Figuring out how to handle other parents who offer unsolicited advice or bring up your child’s ADHD diagnosis can be difficult. Looking for advice? Check out Caroline Maguire’s interview What to Do When Other Adults Suggest Your Child Has ADHD in U.S. News & World Report.
Navigating play dates can be difficult for some children. Check out Caroline Maguire’s interview How to Manage Play Dates and Other Social Outings When Your Child Has ADHD in U.S. News & World Report.
For tweens with ADHD, social situations can be challenging. Learn valuable tips from Caroline Maguire on how to support your child with Birthday Parties, the Cafeteria, and Other Social Obstacles in this issue of Additude Magazine.
We all know that major companies have public relations plans in place. But have you ever thought of creating one just for you? Check out Caroline Maguire’s five strategies guaranteed to increase your impression in the world featured in Attention Magazine.
Many adults with ADHD struggle every day to reach their potential with work, family or even socially. Medicine may help, but Caroline Maguire offers her advice in WebMD on how you can find ways to manage your time and stay organized.
In today's TADD talk, Caroline Maguire discusses Why Does No One Like Me? Learn how to Read the Room to Create a More Positive Social Approach
Caroline is a frequent speaker for the National Resource Center for ADHD. Her most recent speech entitled "Home Life When Mom or Dad has ADHD." This webinar can be found on demand here.
Caroline will be speaking at the 2017 International Conference on ADHD sponsored by CHADD in November 2017! Her speech will be "Learning to Walk in Someone Else’s Shoes: Teaching Parents How to Promote Improved Social Awareness and Understand Someone Else’s Perspective."
Caroline spoke at the 28th Annual International Conference on ADHD, sponsored by CHADD on November 11th, 2016. Her speech will focus on the topic of her upcoming book "Why Will No One Play With Me? Teaching Parents to Become Their Child’s Social Skills Coach." The full speech can be purchansed here.
CHADD - Why Will No One Play with Me? Teaching Parents to Become Their Child’s Social Skills Coach
Caroline will be speaking at the Learning Disabilities of Association of America 54th Annual International Conference scheduled for February 16-19, 2017 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront in Baltimore, MD. Her speech will focus on the subject of her upcoming book "Why Will No One Play with Me? Teaching Parents to Become Their Child’s Social Skills Coach." The full speech can be purchased here.
Caroline is an expert on social skills. Listen to her latest ADDA webinar entitled "Playing Well With Others Improving ADHD Adults Social Radar."
Caroline is a frequent featured speaker on ADDA webinars. Her most recent speech is entitled "Location, Location, Location: Understanding the Role of Environment on Your Ability to Take Action."
Caroline spoke at the 8th annual Transitions—Empowering Independent Learning Conference, scheduled for Friday Jan. 27, 2017, at Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida. Her speech will focus on social skills at college called, "Playing well with others at college and beyond."
Caroline is a frequent guest speaker on Attention Talk Radio, a radio show hosted by Jeff Copper. Samples of her radio clips are included below.
In "Brain-based Solutions for ADHD Kids," Caroline Maguire talks about situational variability as an important factor in finding solutions that work for those with ADHD.
In "The Scientific Method and ADHD Coaching," Caroline interviews host Jeff Copper about how coaching is a scientifically proven method, and together, they investigate how coaching works.
World-renowned expert Dr. Ned Hallowell takes time to talk with Caroline Maguire about working with families and the role of family coaching in our show titled, "ADHD Family Coaching Past, Present, and Future."
Attention exercises can help! Listen in on our segment "ADHD Exercises to Teach Social Skills" where Caroline Maguire shares attention exercises to help ADHD children learn, adapt, and progress, ultimately improving how they interpret social cues.
Executive function skills are the foundation of all social skills, In "ADHD Kids: Struggling with Social Cues and Clues," Caroline Maguire discusses why some ADHD kids struggle with social skills. She addresses the key executive functioning skills that are needed to create a more positive social experience for the ADHD child or teenager.
Understand the co-existing condition between ADHD and dyslexia. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, "ADHD and Dyslexia: Coexisting Conditions and Their Impact," Caroline Maguire interviews expert Dr. Roberto Olivardia and discusses how to use an ignorance protection plan to help kids role-play and prepare to address the stigma they may face from the outside world.
Teaching children to create visual mental images of their plan is the key to helping ADHD children improve time management and self-management skills to become future thinkers. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, Caroline Maguire interviews expert Sarah Ward and discusses how to "Help ADHD Kids Put Their Future Glasses on to Get Things Done."
Parents need to know how to help if their child is bullied. In this Attention Talk Radio show, "ADHD Kids and Bullying What’s a Parents to do?", Caroline Maguire interviews ADHD and play expert Kirsten Milliken on bullying, what parents can do, and how play and other social games can help parents help their ADHD children.
Children with ADHD often miss social cues. In this Attention Talk Radio show "ADHD Adults: Solving Social Problems," Caroline Maguire interviews social skills expert and founder of Social Thinking, Michelle Garcia Winner. Together they discuss the impact of ADHD and social settings.
Caroline is a keynote speaker at Champlain College on Saturday, October 1st, 2016 for Family Weekend. Her speech "Executive Function Goes To College," is co-sponsored by Academic Coaching and Counseling.
Caroline will be speaking at Champlain College on Saturday, Sept. 26 for Family Weekend. Her speech, "When the Senior Slump Continues: Learning to Navigate the College Landscape, Take Action, Recover from Setbacks, Access Supports, and Develop the Planning Ahead Muscle," is co-sponsored by Academic Coaching and Counseling.
Caroline will be speaking at the Fenn School in Spring, 2017. Her talk to parents will be about "What can parents do to develop executive function and homework skills in their sons and how can we get them to turn off those electronics?"
Caroline was featured in a podcast given by the Arc of Luzerne County speaking about managing ADHD with families. Click here to listen to this podcast.