Webinars and Podcasts
Videos and recordings from Dr. Liz’s presentations will be posted below as they become available.
New! Neurodiversity-Affirming Collaborative Assessment
Coming April 12, 2023
Earn 1.5 CEs. Join me & CAABA to learn how collaborating with kids throughout assessment helps them understand their brains in a neurodiversity-affirming and empowering way!
$20 for non-CAABA members
Explaining ADHD To Your Child
Step-by-step guidance for parents on how to talk to your child about their ADHD diagnosis in an empowering and neurodiversity-affirming way!
Explaining Learning Disabilities to Kids
Feedback to Empower Every Child
In this 4-hour course, Drs. Stephanie Nelson, Alison Wilkinson-Smith, and Liz Angoff present practical, adaptable strategies to help kids understand their testing results using empowering, child-centered language.
How to Explain Testing Results to Kids
The key components to effective feedback with children. This short webinar was presented as part of an assessment feedback series coordinated by PAR.
The Child Feedback Workshop Series
1. Strategies for Child Feedback Sessions
Learn strategies and tools for helping children of all ages understand their learning and developmental differences after an assessment.
2. Empowering K-5 Kids with The Brain Building Book
Learn how to use The Brain Building Book to explain testing results to young children.
3. Building a Child-Friendly Diagnosis
Learn how to explain ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, Anxiety, and Depression using empowering, child-friendly language.
Tools for Feedback Sessions with Children
Learn 4 key building blocks for engaging, empowering feedback with children.
Talking to Kids about their Diagnosis
A conversation with Educational Therapists Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts about empowering students with the language to understand their diagnosis and advocate for what they need.
Helping Kids Ask Assessment Questions
Strategies for helping adolescents ask their own assessment questions, and involving them as equal partners in the assessment process.
Talking to Your Child About Assessment
We often think about how to relay testing results to professionals and educators, but what about the kids themselves?
Talking to Kids about Neurodiversity
“What do I say to my child?”
Reducing Stigma for Kids with ADHD
How to talk to your child about ADHD in a way that reduces stigma and empowers them to own their unique brain!