Course Curriculum

This course is designed for ANYONE wanting to learn more about how ADHD affects our lives in the most essential ways

    1. ADHD & Work

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    2. Executive Function Chapter 1 (reading assignment)

    3. Workplace Accommodations (reading assignment)

    4. Pros and Cons of Disclosing ADHD/ND in the workplace (homework)

    5. Emotional Regulation (homework)

    6. Thursday's class WORK

    1. ADHD & Play

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    2. Interest based nervous system

    3. Power of play

    4. Play and ADHD

    5. Chapter 7 from ADHD 2.0

    6. Thursday class on Play

    1. ADHD and Food

      FREE PREVIEW
    2. Links to Food Articles (reference)

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    3. ADHD & Food Instagram Accounts (reference)

    4. A few more food articles PDF/LINKS (reference)

    5. Nutrients and brain health

    1. ADHD Essentials Monday

    2. ADHD Essentials Monday

    3. ADHD Essentials Monday

    4. ADHD Essentials Monday

About this course

  • $189.00
  • LIVE ZOOM CLASSES held Mondays @10:00 am JST (Sundays at 17:00 PST )
  • This course covers ADHD essentials WORK-PLAY-EAT-SLEEP and how our ADHD impacts these areas of our lives. The course is a balance of peer reviewed academic resources and community education.

Classes begin Monday November 14th JST

Registration open now! Enroll now to secure your spot in our Monday class held at 10:00 am JST (Sundays at 17:00 PM PST)!

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What is included in this course?

Learning Compass courses are taught in an ADHD friendly environment.

  • Reliable peer reviewed resources

  • Access to a discord community group for extra support

  • Live weekly lessons (and access to recordings)

  • All zoom lessons have captions and transcripts are uploaded

  • Each student will get a 1:1 meeting with their teacher

  • Set weekly office hours to ask questions and catch up!

Join the Sunday/ Monday Course!

Live ZOOM classes held every Monday November 14th through December 5th at 10:00 AM JST / 17:00 PM PST.

Instructor(s)

Kate Kamoshita , M.A.

ADHD Educator

Kate Kamoshita is a professional educator and ADHD advocate. She is based in Tokyo and working to spread alternative educational routes and promote neurodiversity acceptance. Kate was diagnosed with ADHD at 34 and created Learning Compass to help people better understand and work with their brains. AWARENESS + EDUCATION = ACCEPTANCE

From LC Students

5 star rating

Very informative, fun AND supportive!

Kayo Setser

First of all... THANK YOU! I came to her class as a newly diagnosed. ( I was diagnosed by complete accident.a VERY lucky accident) While I was excited that all the puzzles I have had through my life being finally solved, I was also clueless. Th...

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First of all... THANK YOU! I came to her class as a newly diagnosed. ( I was diagnosed by complete accident.a VERY lucky accident) While I was excited that all the puzzles I have had through my life being finally solved, I was also clueless. This course has introduced me to the world of ADHD and it helped me realize that all the things I struggle ARE common for people with ADHD. So, I am not the only one... It felt so nice to say " I do that, too!" without feeling like a failure. One of the very eye opening thing she has said to me was that we are very good at being nice to other people, but not to ourselves. And that's what I have always done. Just today, my son has told me that his iPad at school was taken away again because he left it back in the class room. ( last time was in the school yard after some sort of project ) and he was VERY upset. I told him that I have taken his "privilege away for his carelessness" before because I didn't know how to work with him. I wish the teacher knew how she is supposed to work with kids like him ( He probably has ADHD, too) but she doesn't. I asked him if he did it on purpose. If he wanted to forget it there. If he thinks it is an important thing. All expected answers were being said. I said "see, you didn't mean to. But it happens. It happens to me. As I got older, I got "the tips" but it still happens. You have to let go of the anger because unfortunately she (the teacher) doesn't understand you. BUT we will work on it together from now on. Ok?" This was the first time I could talk to him like this. He looked relieved. He looked understood. This credit goes to the course. She has also patiently answered all my questions about the classes and other things. Some of them comes from me not being a non-native speaker. She is a very fun, caring and open teacher. I cannot recommend this course enough. Can't wait to start the next course!

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5 star rating

Serves the purpose, straight to the point!

Julia Augsburger

I loved it! Very interesting course! Kate explained difficult concepts so that I could understand them easily and furthermore provided useful and well researched information in form of academic literature or podcasts of fellow ADHDers that fit the...

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I loved it! Very interesting course! Kate explained difficult concepts so that I could understand them easily and furthermore provided useful and well researched information in form of academic literature or podcasts of fellow ADHDers that fit the topics we were talking about in class. Moreover, every week I was looking forward to connect with others with ADHD, especially people living in Japan. Thank you for having me in your class, Kate!

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Into the World of ADHD

Stephanie Rowan

I was recently diagnosed with ADHD around 6 months back, interestingly enough, when Kate said I should look into it. I had depression and anxiety diagnoses, and never thought of ADHD. After I was diagnosed I was sort of angry and didn’t do the exp...

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I was recently diagnosed with ADHD around 6 months back, interestingly enough, when Kate said I should look into it. I had depression and anxiety diagnoses, and never thought of ADHD. After I was diagnosed I was sort of angry and didn’t do the exploring I would normally do. That’s why I was glad for this class. First of all, Kate is not only very knowledgeable in the subject, she is excited to share about it and help others understand the particulars of ADHD. The class is fact-based, but also allows for personal experience, as you share and learn from others who also have ADHD. I looked forward to not only learning about how my mind and body worked on ADHD, but also gaining a community and speaking to like-minded people every week. Kate is helping people understand and appreciate ADHD on a daily basis, and this class is more of a deep dive into the important task she has taken on. I hope this class continues to help others understand themselves or loved ones, as it as helped me.

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