Melissa Sadin: ADHD vs. Trauma: When The Duck in Your Class Roars like a Lion

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Melissa Sadin: ADHD vs. Trauma: When The Duck in Your Class Roars like a Lion

If you’re a classroom teacher, you’ve had your share of easily distracted children – the ones who don’t pay attention, may be impulsive, are forgetful or seem to be daydreaming. You’ve had enough experience to realize that they have ADHD, and there are strategies that help. But what if those strategies don’t help; what if it’s something else? Join Melissa Sadin, a veteran teacher and elementary administrator as she explores the differences between ADHD and Attachment Trauma and shares strategies and tips for the classroom teacher.

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The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

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