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1 -Mental health disorders occur more often in children with neurodisabilites (ND) than in their peers, with only a small percentage receiving mental health care. To help alleviate this troubling situation, researchers partnered with parents to adapt an existing online parenting program to the needs of families of children across neurodisabilities. Combining educational modules with group coaching and Parent-to Parent support, “Parents Empowering Neurodiverse Kids” is the latest in a suite of Strongest Families programs designed to provide parents with skills to help manage their children’s challenging behaviours and holds promise to improve quality of life for children with diagnoses across NDs and their families. This new program will be tested in an upcoming study open to families across Canada.
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3 -This webinar will introduce you to the Parents Empowering Neurodiverse Kids progam, discuss families involvement in this research and let you know how you can take part or refer others to the study.
2 +Mental health disorders occur more often in children with neurodisabilites (ND) than in their peers, with only a small percentage receiving mental health care. To help alleviate this troubling situation, researchers partnered with parents to adapt an existing online parenting program to the needs of families of children across neurodisabilities. Combining educational modules with group coaching and -parent-to parent support, //Parents Empowering Neurodiverse Kids// is the latest in a suite of Strongest Families programs designed to provide parents with skills to help manage their children’s challenging behaviours and holds promise to improve quality of life for children with diagnoses across NDs and their families. This new program will be tested in an upcoming study open to families across Canada.
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5 -The Strongest Families Neurodevelopmental project is part of the CHILD-BRIGHT Network of researchers dedicated to developing innovative interventions to improve long-term outcomes for children with brain-based disabilities and is funded in part by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR).
4 +This webinar will introduce you to the //Parents Empowering Neurodiverse Kids// program, discuss families’ involvement in this research, and let you know how you can take part or refer others to the study.
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6 +The [[Strongest Families Neurodevelopmental project>>url:https://www.child-bright.ca/strongest-families-nd/||rel="__blank"]] is part of the CHILD-BRIGHT Network of researchers dedicated to developing innovative interventions to improve long-term outcomes for children with brain-based developmental disabilities and is funded in part by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR).