Ready to learn what doctors don’t tell you about parenting kids with ADHD? I created the roadmap for successful ADHD parenting… and now I’m sharing it with YOU. Online courses provide the training when it works for you.

Online

There are no scheduling conflicts and no expensive travel. The courses are 100% online, available 24/7, so you can access your training when it works for YOU.

Self-Paced

Take your time or power through — whatever works best for your family. Bite-size training videos make is easier to customize the learning to your needs.

Powerful

These courses provide the resources, parenting strategies, and insights required to succeed at this special parenthood, and help your child thrive.

Accessible

View on a computer, tablet, or smart phone — it’s as mobile as you need, so you can squeeze in a lesson or two, even on the most hectic days.


THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO PARENTING ADHD EFFECTIVELY

The Complete Guide to Parenting ADHD is a 9-step, A-Z parent training course. I will walk you through the steps that will take you from struggling and overwhelmed to confident and capable. We will take it step by step, piece by piece, inch by inch — together. I’m sharing every single thing I know on parenting kids with ADHD. It amounts to more than 40 training videos, not to mention the worksheets and sample letters.

“I felt like I was drowning as a mother to my 8-year-old daughter with ADHD. Our entire household was miserable. I took Penny’s course and read some of her books and put some new knowledge and skills into practice.

My household has had a complete transformation. No more yelling and screaming. No more crazy punishments that didn’t work. My daughter and I have an excellent relationship now. I learned so much about ADHD and what my daughter was going through.

Taking the course gave me a whole new perspective. I was the one that needed to change, I just didn’t know how. Penny is so kind and patient and really is an advocate for kids with ADHD and their parents.”

— Donita

ENSURING ACADEMIC SUCCESS FOR YOUR CHILD WITH ADHD

ADHD can often be most troublesome in the classroom, more than any other environment. After all, the U.S. public education system is founded on an expectation of sameness. Our classrooms have rules like stay in your seat, sit still, and remain quiet. What happens to kids who have ADHD — kids whose neurology prevents them from doing well in this environment? Learn your child’s rights under the law, and how to work with teachers and the school to facilitate academic success. 


12 DAYS TO MORE EFFECTIVE ADHD PARENTING

This free email course will help you turn struggles into triumphs. Each couple of days you’ll learn something new in this email course. In the end, you’ll know where to start in order to get a grip on parenting a child with ADHD effectively. You’ll feel a bit of relief. And you’ll know you’re not alone – there are thousands of other parents experiencing the same challenges in parenting, the challenges that aren’t your fault and don’t make you a bad parent.


MAMA SELF-CARE MINI COURSE

Moms of children with ADHD, autism, or other neurodevelopmental or neurobehavioral disorders are under more stress than moms of neurotypical children. That, coupled with the extra time and energy these special kids require lead most moms to neglect themselves. It’s been proven though, that taking care of yourself means you can do better for others. Mamas, get your groove back! This course offers inspiration and ideas to do just that.

sarahsteincirclebw

“When my son was diagnosed with ADHD, my world was rocked. I felt confused, lost, angry, and sad. I picked up your book, Boy Without Instructions, and I couldn’t put it down! You are real and practical, and seemed to know the thoughts in my head! The book led me to your online course, The Complete Guide to Parenting ADHD. I would still be lost and confused without the extensive knowledge and support I’ve received from the course.

I kid you not, my husband and I would be lost without you. You’ve changed our lives.”

— Sarah Stein, Mom of a Child with ADHD