The Parent Information Center of Buffalo will offer a workshop Tuesday designed to help parents, childcare providers and educators find ways to help children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) become more successful in every aspect of their lives.
Juanita Bybee, Outreach Parent Liaison with PIC, said the workshop will give parents, educators and others the tools to learn how to better the lives of those children with ADD and ADHD.
Bybee said although it seems there are more kids being diagnosed with ADD and ADHD, she believes the numbers are misleading, and that the increase comes from better understanding and diagnosing.
The workshop will be at the Johnson County Healthcare Center tonight from 6 to 8pm and it is open to those interested.
There is no cost to families of children with disabilities, but childcare providers and other educators are asked to pay $10 at the door to attend.
For more information, contact Juanita Bybee at 684-2277.