ADHD – Challenges and Insights from the Patient’s Perspective – Part 2

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ADHD – Challenges and Insights from the Patient’s Perspective – Part 2

When:
20th November 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Where:
Online Webinar
Contact:
Webinars for GPs

On Wednesday 20th November at 8pm, Faigy Liebermann, who has ADHD and is an ADHD Coach, will present this CPD webinar on ‘ADHD – Challenges and Insights from the Patient’s Perspective – Part 2’.

ADHD is a challenge for doctors and those living with the condition alike. Problems relating to recognition and diagnosis are common experiences for many GPs. This special mini-series offers a patient’s perspective on living with ADHD. Faigy will share some of her personal story as well as a reminder of key facets of ADHD. Faigy will also explore the gifts and talents of ADHD over the two sessions.

Expected Learning Outcomes

1) With a patient in front of you, how to look below the surface and recognise undiagnosed ADHD
2) When a patient tells you that they or their child has ADHD, how to refer..

This webinar is equivalent to 1 CPD credit

About the Speaker: Faigy Liebermann

Faigy has ADHD, and is a mother of 5 with more than one ADHD child. She is one of only a handful of certified ADHD Coaches in the UK. Through her Focus Success Program her ADHD clients become empowered to access their potential at home and at work. Faigy also created the ADHD Accelerator Program, empowering certified coaches with the tools necessary to work with ADHD clients.

Faigy is part of the APPG for ADHD a lobbying group that meets quarterly in The House of Commons. The APPG advocates for improved adult ADHD accommodation and treatment in the UK. She has set up a monthly business network group for women with ADHD in Greater Manchester. “ADHD Women in Business.”

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