Understanding attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

Understanding attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

This online workshop will explore ADHD and how it can present in children and young people. It will highlight the impact that it can have in various domains of a young person’s life including on their education and learning. It will discuss how workers might recognize the signs and symptoms of ADHD, and where assistance can be sought.

This workshop is facilitated by the Royal Children's Hospital. 

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is specifically designed for professionals working with children, young people and families in the north-western and western metropolitan regions of Melbourne, who may not have specialist mental health training. If you are working with children, young people and families in other geographic areas, please contact us to discuss registration, on 03 9966 9100.

Wenesday 14 August 2024, 9.30am-11.30am.


The training will comprise didactic and interactive experiential sessions. The workshop will include PowerPoint slides, video clips, online documents, and both large and small group discussions. Regular short breaks will be included throughout the training.

Participants will need a computer, laptop or tablet with internet access and a working camera and microphone to take part in the workshop.

If you are unable to access any of the required equipment, or are unable to attend any part of the workshop, please let us know as soon as possible.

Pre-reading, handouts and the Zoom meeting link will be sent to participants via email prior to the workshop.


Date: Wed, 14. August 2024