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Adoption and Classroom Success: Beyond the Basics

Estimated: 1 1/2 Hours

A discussion with Heather T. Forbes, LCSW on how to help your child succeed at school. Circumstances prior to adoption often cause adopted children to experience school, among other things, in a different framework than other kids. Orphanage care, foster care or prenatal exposure are all events that can affect behavior as a child grows.

Heather presents tips and strategies on how to help your child be more successful at school, therefore easing some of the stress at home:

1. How to smooth school related transitions

2. Helping teachers understand what is driving a child's negative behaviors

3. How to increase your child's motivation to succeed at school

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Our Expert:

Heather Forbes

Heather Forbes is the founder of the Beyond Consequences Institute. She is an internationally published author on the topics of raising children with difficult and severe behaviors, understanding the parent's reactivity when challenged in the home, and self-development.

Forbes lectures, consults, and coaches parents throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia, with families in crisis working to create peaceful, loving families. She is passionate about supporting families by bridging the gap between academic research and "when the rubber hits the road" parenting. Much of her experience and insight on understanding trauma, disruptive behaviors, developmental delays, and adoption-related issues comes from her direct mothering experience of her two internationally adopted children.

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