My Account

Username :

Password :


Create New Account
Forgot Password?
     

Keyword Search


     

Shopping Cart

You have (0) items
in your cart.



     

Contact Us


EMAIL US

     

Return to Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Events Library Menu

Scroll Down for Package/Individual Session Options or Click Here for CEU Offerings

Please Note: You will need to create an account on this site to access materials. This account will independent of your CHADD MEMBER account.
If you have already made a purchase and/or created an account, log in on the left hand side of the page.
Order the complete set of recordings from this CHADD Education Conference Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD for only $99.00

Available formats:
SAV -
Audio recordings from the course SYNCHRONIZED with all available PowerPoint presentations.
MP3 - Audio files playable on your computer or MP3 device. 
$99.00


Its a GIFT

Showing sessions 1 - 10 of (18) TOTAL sessions
(PREV 10)  1 2    (NEXT 10)


Event : CHADD101


Session : CHADD9
Free DEMO of an SAV program
(Synchronized Audio and Visual)
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
  • SAV(Synchronized Audio and Visual)combines all presentation slides with audio.


Session : CHADD900
AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Chris A. Dendy, author, speaker, ADHD & mental health consultant
  • Tommy Dendy
  • Over two-thirds of children with AD/HD have a least one coexisting condition that impacts their school performance plus complicates treatment. As many as 50 percent have a learning disability. Between 30 to 50 percent of students with AD/HD also have deficits in key executive skills that are essential for school success. This practical workshop provides a review of ten key AD/HD facts, the impact of AD/HD and executive function deficits on school performance, the role of neurotransmitters, coexisting conditions, and a brief medication overview. Tommy Dendy will also speak from a father's perspective about the challenges of parenting children with AD/HD.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD901
A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Martin Patwell, PhD, Professor and chair of the Dept. of Educational Development
  • Mr. Neil Peterson, Chairman & CEO, Edge Foundation
  • Julia Painton
  • Marcia Wiedefeld
  • Learning Objectives: 1. The differences between IDEIA and ADA 2. What are the major differences in professor's expectations at the college level 3. What kind of resources are generally available for students with disabilities 4. What are my rights under ADA 5. How do I become a self advocate and not have to rely on services
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD902
A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the "Right" Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, Director, Chesapeake ADHD Center, Silver Spring, Maryland
  • A workshop for young adults and mid-career adults in choosing or changing careers, or for learning how to minimize ADHD challenges in your current job.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Participants will understand how many ADHD problems can be reduced at work without "official" accommodations 2.Understanding how to find a more ADD-friendly job 3. Understanding what a good job match is for you with your unique abilities, temperament and interests 4.Understanding under what circumstances to disclose your ADHD at work 5. Understanding the positive traits associated with ADHD that can lead to success on the job.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD903
A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About ADHD
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Cheryl Moore-Thomas, Associate Professor of Education, Loyola College in Maryland
  • Jennifer Scaturo-Watkinson, Assistant Clinical Professor, Loyola College in Maryland
  • Through discussion, case study, and small group reflections explore the roles of school-based personnel in supporting students with ADHD in K-12 instructional settings. Strategies and practical tips for collaboration and addressing student needs in urban school settings will be emphasized. This session is CE approved.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify key roles for school-based personnel in supporting students with ADHD, 2. Discuss student needs including the physiological and psychoeducational manifestations of ADHD and implications for school settings, 3. Discuss models for school-family-community partnerships, and 4. Explore implementation models with special consideration of the urban school context.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD904
A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Ruth Hughes, PhD
  • This workshop will provide essential information about diagnosis and treatment of AD/HD how AD/HD in girls may differ from AD/HD in boys, what services may be available in the school and steps to help healthcare professionals and parents effectively manage AD/HD. Attendees in this session should also consider attending “Key Parenting Strategies” with Beth Kaplanek as a follow up to this workshop. This session is CE approved.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify AD/HD symptoms and learn how it is diagnosed. 2. Learn that AD/HD is a neurobiological disorder. 3. Know what types of supports may be available in the school through special education or a 504 plan. 4. Learn two simple behavior management strategies.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD905
A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings
****Audio Only****
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$15.00


Its a GIFT
  • Tracee Bryant, MPH, Executive Director, Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. (BMHA), Baltimore, MD
  • Lee Crump, PhD
  • Charisse Bryant
  • This presentation will address the non-medicinal treatment options and resources that are not yet empirically validated, but are promising for the treatment of AD/HD. Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore, MD; Organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore This session is CE approved.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD906
L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids
***Audio Only***
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$15.00


Its a GIFT
  • Yvonne Pennington, child and adult psychologist, marriage and family therapist, registered play therapist and supervisor, and certified Sandplay Therapist, Teaching Member ISST
  • Yvonne Pennington will discuss the challenges and triumphs of parenting successful offspring to adulthood even if one has AD/HD. Psychologists will receive tools to assist parents in managing their children.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the elements that make up facilitating the psychological growth of AD/HD youngsters and their siblings. 2. Encouraged to tell their stories to offer insight to healthcare professionals and support to other parents of AD/HD youngsters. 3. Understand that parenting AD/HD kids changes in tasks and focus as the offspring matures into adulthood. 4. Understand that success is defined multiple ways. 5. Learn to provide encouragement and to celebrate small successes along the way.
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD907
B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Jacqueline Duval-Harvey, PhD
  • The most recent research on successfully engaging families, particularly African American families in the assessment and treatment of AD/HD will be reviewed. Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore, MD
  • Learning Objectives: 1. The current research on ADHD will be shared 2. The implications of the research on assessment of ADHD will be provided 3. Recommendations on successful engagement of families in the assessment and treatment process will be provided
  • Download Evaluation Here


Session : CHADD908
B2 - Balancing Your Daily Life: Coaching Strategies for Adults with AD/HD
SAV (Synchronized Audio Visual) & MP3 audio
Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,SAV
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, Master Certified Coach and the owner of JST Coaching, LLC
  • Adults have busy lives. For adults with AD/HD, daily life can become out of balance and off track. This workshop will delve into the importance of life balance and how to focus on life areas that are currently being pushed aside. Consider what might be preventing you from maintaining a balanced life. Lack of focus, disorganization, fatigue, executive functioning deficits and frustration are just a few of the common issues reported by adult coaching clients. Learn how simple coaching strategies can help you to find more balance and fulfillment in your life.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Learn how to identify the time-eaters in daily life 2. Discuss strategies for setting reasonable goals and expectations and reduce frustration. 3. Broaden the participants’ understanding of the planning process and planning tools. 4. Present an overview of relaxation techniques to promote life balance including visualization, affirmations and breathing. 5. Share strategies and ideas for a more balanced life.
  • Download Evaluation Here



     


Showing sessions 1 - 10 of (18) TOTAL sessions
(PREV 10)  1 2    (NEXT 10)



Contact Us : customersupport@dcproviders.com
Digital Conference Providers, Inc. - 100 S. Cass Ave. Ste 200 - Westmont, IL 60559
Phone (630) 963-8311 - Fax (630) 963-8312