The inattention, energy and impulsivity of a child with ADHD can be overwhelming at times and not always a good match with the structured group-style learn to swim environment that many swim schools offer.
ADHD is often highly misunderstood and in general most teachers struggle to know how best to teach a child which such a short attention span and with such high energy.
Additionally children with ADHD may struggle more than others at times of transition, with sharing, taking turns or when there is any hint of competition.
Just as every child is unique, so is every child with ADHD and therefore must be treated as such. That said, there are some general strategies that can be helpful for many children with ADHD and that will help you bring out their best.
The duration of this session can be flexible to suit your needs, from a minimum time of a 60 min presentation including question/discussion time to a half-day interactive workshop comprising 2 x 90 min sessions.