The Critical Role Parents Play in Managing ADHD
Can I attend this event if my child is not a patient of Kids First Pediatrics?
Of course! Kids First Pediatrics and Encouraging Development are committed to providing ADHD education to all parents in the community regardless of where their receive medical care and ADHD management.
Where will the event be held?
At the Kids First Pediatrics office located at 2200 Village Pkwy in Highland Village. Please arrive between 8:45-9:00 am, let the staff know you are there for the event and they will escort you to the second-floor conference center. The presentation will start promptly at 9:15 am.
Who will be presenting?
Mary Smith will be joined by Silas Smith and at least one member of the Kids First medical staff.
What does the $40 registration fee cover?
Attendance for up to 2 parents or primary caregivers to the live presentation and handouts.
Is the cost $40 per parent?
No. $40 allows up to two parents or primary caregivers to attend.
Possible combinations include:
- Biological parent and step-parent
- Parent and grandparent
- Parent and one other family member that cares for the child
- Parent and babysitter
Can I just pay $20 if only one parent plans to attend?
No. The price is set per family.
What if I register and then can’t come?
All cancelations must be communicated in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12:00 midnight of December 5 (3 days prior to the event). The registrant can request credit to be applied to attendance for a future session or request a refund minus the credit card processing fees.
Will the doctors be at this event?
Yes. At least one of the Kids First medical staff will be present and involved in the event.
Is childcare available?
No. To allow all parents to focus solely on the presentation, parents should make alternative care arrangements for their children. Adventure Kids in The Shops at Highland Village is one recommendation.
Comfortable and casual but appropriate clothing. A light sweater or jacket is suggested for those prone to getting cold.