Another first in AD/HD Society of the Philippines, “Kapihan Para sa ADHD” commenced on October 15, 2019 at the UNIPLAN Overseas Employment Building, 302 J.P. Rizal St. corner Diego Silang St. Project 4, Quezon City in partnership with Readability Center. This is the second of many series of events in line with the celebration of […]
For the first time in AD/HD Society of the Philippines’ 19 years in existence, the first consultation among teens with or suspected with ADHD finally happened during the take-off activity of the 17th National ADHD Awareness Week on October 13, 2019 at the Committee Rooms 2 & 3 of the Quezon City Hall. Dubbed “Kuwentuhang […]
We are EXTENDING our pre=registration deadline to Friday, October 13, 2017. Thank you to all those who voiced their concern and asked for a few more days to get their registration forms in. https://form.jotform.me/adhdsociety/adhd-congress-2017
*UPDATE AS OF JULY 19, 2017: Registration is now CLOSED as all slots have already been filled. Thank you.* AD/HD Society of the Philippines will hold a talk on the myths behind ADHD on July 22, 2017 , 8.30am-12:00nn 4th Floor Multi purpose hall NTC Building East triangle Quezon, City This is a FREE seminar and […]
Art therapy makes use of drawing, painting, and even sculpting to improve the well-being and confidence of kids, based on the notion that self-expression can be used to address emotional problems, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress, and increase self-awareness. Learn how art therapy can help improve the confidence of your child with AD/HD, and be a good […]
Are your teens ready for college? It is important to remember the significant amount of opportunity available for college graduates. The global economy is becoming increasingly competitive, and in order to give yourself the best chance for a well-paying job, our teens must hurdle and appreciate the importance of college education.
“I don’t want to read!” “That’s too long!” “It’s so difficult!” “’Wag, boring ‘yan!” These were the common complaints I heard from my students diagnosed with AD/HD in the center where I previously worked in as a reading clinician. Choosing a book for them had always been a struggle. This was especially true when they were already transitioning from reading short […]