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Empowering Parents: ADHD Parenting Program in Perth, Western Australia

Updated: Jun 5, 2023

REACH ADHD Coaching. Perth
Debbie Hirte and Fiona Alexander

Raising a child with ADHD can present unique challenges for parents. Recognising the importance of providing support and guidance, Debbie Hirte and Fiona Alexander, ADHD coaches in Perth, Western Australia, have partnered with ADHD WA to offer a comprehensive six-week online parenting program. This program aims to equip parents of children aged 2-12, whether with a confirmed ADHD diagnosis or currently seeking one, with the latest research and practical strategies to support their child effectively.

Understanding the Need for Parenting Support

Parenting a child with ADHD requires patience, understanding, and specialised knowledge. It is crucial for parents to stay informed about the latest research and evidence-based approaches to ensure they can provide the best possible support for their child's unique needs. The partnership between Debbie Hirte, Fiona Alexander, and ADHD WA addresses this need by offering a structured program that focuses on empowering parents with practical tools and strategies.

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The complexity of parenting a child with ADHD

Debbie Hirte and Fiona Alexander are ADHD coaches who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the parenting program. Both professionals have a deep understanding of ADHD and have worked extensively with families and individuals affected by the condition.

Debbie Hirte, a trained ADHD coach, is passionate about empowering individuals and families impacted by ADHD. With her expertise in ADHD coaching and neurodiversity, Debbie helps parents understand their child's ADHD journey and provides them with practical strategies for fostering positive growth and development. Fiona Alexander, a respected ADHD coach, is dedicated to supporting families and individuals affected by ADHD. Fiona's compassionate approach, combined with her expertise in ADHD coaching and mindfulness techniques, allows her to guide parents in navigating the challenges associated with ADHD effectively.

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At REACH, we have partnered with ADHD WA to present their Parenting Workshop online.

The Online Parenting Program

The six-week online parenting program developed by Debbie Hirte, Fiona Alexander, and ADHD WA offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to up-skill parents with children aged 2-12. Through interactive sessions, participants will gain a deeper understanding of ADHD, learn evidence-based strategies to manage behaviour, enhance communication, and foster resilience in their children.

The program covers various essential topics, including:

  1. Understanding ADHD: Exploring the key characteristics, challenges, and strengths associated with ADHD.

  2. Effective Communication: Learning practical techniques to communicate with children in ways that foster understanding and cooperation.

  3. Managing Behaviours: Developing strategies to address challenging behaviours, establish routines, and promote self-regulation.

  4. Building Resilience: Discovering techniques to build emotional resilience and encourage a positive mindset in children with ADHD.

  5. Nurturing Self-Esteem: Exploring ways to enhance self-esteem and promote a healthy self-image in children.

  6. Partnering with Schools: Understanding the importance of collaboration with educators and advocating for support within the school system.

By participating in this program, parents will gain a comprehensive understanding of ADHD, acquire practical skills, and connect with a supportive community of fellow parents facing similar challenges.

The partnership between Debbie Hirte, Fiona Alexander, and ADHD WA presents a valuable opportunity for parents in Perth, Western Australia, to enhance their parenting skills and support their children with ADHD effectively. The six-week online parenting program offers evidence-based strategies, the latest research, and a nurturing community that can empower parents to navigate the unique challenges of raising a child with ADHD.

If you are a parent of a child aged 2-12, whether they have a confirmed ADHD diagnosis or are currently seeking one, consider joining this program. By investing in your knowledge and skills, you can provide your child with the support they need to thrive.


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