American Academy To Present Program On ADHD

Dr. Maggie Sibley

American Academy, a program within American Heritage Schools, will host “Supporting Autonomy and Self-Motivation in Young People with ADHD,” a virtual event via Zoom on Thursday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m.

This event is part of American Academy’s monthly program, “Experts in Learning Differences: A Speaker Series.” Hosted by Alexandra Rollins, admissions director of the American Academy program, the speaker for the January event is Dr. Maggie Sibley.

Sibley is a licensed clinical psychologist in the states of Florida and Washington and an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Seattle Children’s Research Institute, as well as adjunct associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral health at Florida International University. She directs a program of research that focuses on creating engaging, evidence-based interventions for students with ADHD and has authored more than 100 scientific articles on ADHD.

The speaker series will be streamed live virtually, as well as available for viewing following each event. The purpose of the speaker series is to educate families about topics that relate to mild learning differences and are relevant today. All of the speakers are experts in the various disciplines of each topic. The American Academy’s goal is to provide families with a safe space to ask questions and strengthen their knowledge about how to ensure the success of their child.

For more information about the speaker series, or to reserve a spot, visit Limited spots are available for this free, online and live event.

The American Academy program is a college preparatory program for advanced students with mild learning differences, such as dyslexia, ADHD and auditory processing.

The program is on the campus of American Heritage Schools, the class sizes are smaller, and the teachers are licensed and certified in teaching special education for students with mild learning differences.


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