Ask an ADHD Coach with Tracey Rountree
Aimed at those with children with ADHD: A safe space to chat to an ADHD Coach, and other parents and carers, to share challenges and successes with other people who "get it".
Brought to you by ADHD NZ and Tracey Rountree
Are you a parent or caregiver of a child with ADHD? Come along to meet with Tracey Rountree, presenter of our Every Day with ADHD Parenting courses, to talk about any challenges you may be facing with your children with ADHD.
In these coaching sessions, Tracey will help discuss the issues you may be experiencing. This is usually a small group of like-minded parents and carers, and a great way to share your knowledge, experiences and successes.
Broad questions could include:
Maybe even something more specific like “how to get your child to sleep”.
So bring yourself and your questions to our group session on Teams.
Dates for Ask an ADHD Coach Sessions with Tracey Rountree have been set for:
Bookings are currently open for Tuesday 16 April 2024.
Will it cost anything?
We rely on donations like yours to continue to set up events like this to support people like you. We do not receive government funding, so while there is no set fee to attend our Ask an ADHD Coach sessions, we thank you in advance for anything you can contribute.
Book now by completing the form below. On completion, you'll get an email confirmation with a receipt. You will receive a Teams link for the next set date - Tuesday 16 April 2024, 7.30pm - 8.30pm.
We will also send you a reminder closer to the time.
Where: online - so you can do it from the comfort of your own home!
Book your seat
By booking your place in these Ask an ADHD Coach sessions, we have some rules for attending our Ask an ADHD Coach sessions that you accept and will implement when attending these sessions to encourage a safe space for everyone's questions.
About the presenter: Tracey Rountree
Tracey has been working with ADHD NZ with their mission to educate, support and advocate for those living with ADHD.
She has been presenting the Everyday with ADHD programme for five years, facilitating parent courses and professional workshops around Auckland. As well as presenting current facts and information on ADHD through this programme, she has live experience of ADHD and can bring that all important personal perspective to the presentations.