The TEACH Program (Tailoring Education for ADHD and Children’s Health) is a family level intervention developed originally for primary care clinics. This program was developed as a way to help primary care providers better support their families.
Families who participate in this program are invited to group visits in the clinic made of 6 – 8 families, have children with a diagnosis of ADHD and are between 6 to 12 years of age and the child is able to participate in group with other children.
Think of it this way…positive parenting/behavioral management principles + ADHD chronic care = TEACH
All in one place where families are already going for regular check ups with their child’s doctor.
Take some time to learn more about this program (link will open a new window):
This page will be updated periodically with new research and video links about the program.
If you are a provider interested in learning about how to use TEACH with families, please complete the form below and I will get back to you so we can discuss implementation needs. Interested medical home team members (e.g. pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed social workers) can become trained in the methods to facilitate these groups.
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