Kids with ADHD often act without thinking, are hyperactive, and have trouble focusing. They may understand expectations yet not follow through because they struggle to sit still, pay attention, or address details. Chillax, a skill-building course, helps young people manage their ADHD symptoms and channel their energies constructively. Ken’s stories and hands-on activities train adult professionals to run the program directly with youth. 

Facilitator training is one day, 5-6 hours. A typical youth program runs 2 hours per week for 6 weeks.

(This is not a train-the-trainer model of instruction. Ken asks that all youth programs are led by a facilitator trained directly by him.)

Youth sessions, approximately 2 hours per week:

1:  Cool – Understand cool and un-cool behaviours

2:  Calm – Learn to calm the hyperactive mind

3:  Collected – Improve focus and task completion

4:  Controlled – Control impulses

5:  Confident – Build competence and confidence

6:  Chillaxed – Review, Evaluate, Celebrate

“ADHD minds see bridges where others see gaps, connecting the seemingly unconnected.”

William Dodson, MD