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Event : CHADD101


Session : CHADD909
B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom
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Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
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  • Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS, author, speaker, ADHD & mental health consultant
  • Executive function has emerged as a key factor influencing school success or failure for students with ADHD. Until recently, teachers and parent often attributed a student’s disorganization, forgetfulness, problems with memorization, and failure to complete school work to laziness or lack of motivation. Academically, these deficits also impact a student's ability to write essays and complete complex math problems. Fortunately, today the link between these characteristics and executive function deficits is more widely recognized. This nuts and bolts workshop offers specific strategies to address executive skill deficits in the classroom. Best practice teaching strategies will also be reviewed.
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Session : CHADD910
B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
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  • Barbara Howard
  • Children with AD/HD are especially lively companions and often are challenging behaviorally. In this session we will discuss the aspects of AD/HD that contribute including differences in sense of time, transitions, self responsibility, aggression, and organization and the key role of parental acceptance. Practical strategies for management will also be discussed. Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore, MD
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the differences in brain function that contribute to behavior problems in children with ADHD. 2. Recognize patterns of interaction due to ADHD that appear as behavior problems. 3. Understand the key role of parental acceptance to the outcome of children with ADHD. 4. Implement practical approaches to improving behaviors in children with ADHD.
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Session : CHADD911
B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD
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Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
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  • Emily Hurd
  • Have you often thought, "If only the classroom teacher had the strategies to work with students with LD and/or AD/HD in their classroom?" The Howard County Public School System is in the first year of creating professional development to support the general education classroom teacher with strategies in working with students who exhibit characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD in their classrooms. An opportunity for collaboration across all departments, grade levels, and disciplines has been provided to ensure that strategies will be shared and incorporated in existing professional development opportunities . This session will provide the history behind this program, what has transpired in the first year, and next steps. Additionally, the participants will learn how collaboration between parents, special, gifted and general educators, along with county-level administrators, community members and university personnel have joined together in this effort.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify ways to implement strategies that support the classroom teacher in working with students exhibiting characteristics of Learning Disabilities (LD) and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). 2. Become familiar with a collaborative model for providing district-wide professional development through existing programs in addressing the needs of students exhibiting characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD. 3. Understand how community support can assist in the creation and development of a model program.
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Session : CHADD912
C1 - Key Strategies for Handling AD/HD Behaviors and Family Stress within the Home
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Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
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  • Beth Kaplanek, past president of CHADD
  • AD/HD can play a large role in increasing the stress within the family and home environment. Applying key proactive strategies can help lessen that stress and begin the healing. Come and learn how you can start the wheel of change by implementing behavior and communication strategies that work.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Identifying AD/HD behaviors that impact children and teens with AD/HD 2. Understanding the Impact AD/HD can have on the family 3. Learning to implement Proactive strategies to lessening the stress with in the home 4. Learn how to create and implement behavior interventions that work for children and teens with AD/HD
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Session : CHADD913
C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"
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  • Joyce Cooper Kahn, Clinical Child Psychologist and co-founder of Psychological Resource Associates, a private mental health group in Severna Park, Maryland
  • It is often a challenge for private psychologists working with educational teams to build an alliance that allows for collaboration and input from the “outside.” Common pitfalls include inadvertantly alienating staff and getting polarized into clinical vs. educational roles. This presentation will focus on guidelines for successful collaboration with schools and will present illustrative examples from the presenter’s 20 years of experience specializing in AD/HD and learning disabilities, and in working with children, adolescents, families and schools.
  • Learning Objectives: 1) Identify at least three of the common pitfalls that occur when psychologists in private practice interact with schools. 2) Define the process of "shadow negotiations" as it applies to formal and informal school meetings. 3) Identify at least two aspects of advocacy that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 4) Identify at least two aspects of connection that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 5) List at least four elements of successful preparation for interactions with schools on a student's behalf.
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Session : CHADD914
C3 - "If I Could, I Would:" Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
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  • Dr. Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison, Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • This presentation provides a framework for understanding why children with AD/HD have difficulty controlling and monitoring their own behaviors. This session focuses on practical classroom techniques, interventions, and model programs for increasing social, emotional and psychological adjustment of students with AD/HD. “If I Could, I Would:” Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom presents common psychosocial and behavioral problems that appear in educational settings, and effective strategies to enhance student adjustment.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. To provide a framework for understanding that challenging behaviors result from a lack of skills that underlie AD/HD. 2. To increase knowledge regarding the impact of AD/HD and executive deficits on social, emotional and behavioral functions. 3. To provide educational professionals with specific intervention strategies to address behavioral/social challenges related to AD/HD. 4. To validate the critical role educators’ play in monitoring the emotional and social well being of youths with AD/HD.
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Session : CHADD915
C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning
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  • Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Western Psychiatric
  • This workshop will address medication strategies that help individuals with learning problems from a variety of causes - primary attentional deficits, primary psychiatric illness or environmental situations where extra attention or vigilance is necessary (ie. military fighter pilots). Substantial time will be left to address questions and audience discussion.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the nature of learning and how medication may help address problems for individuals in learning situation. 2. Apply to their life or clinical practice ways behavioral or cognitive strategies to help individuals where medication is used. 3. Utilize knowledge from the workshop to assist in understanding ways to implement different educational strategies to help with learning.
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Session : CHADD916
C5 - Beyond Medication: a Presentation of AD/HD
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Conference : 2009 Ages and Stages of Learning and AD/HD
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  • Henrietta Hestick
  • Resources organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore
  • This workshop will include a panel that will address cultural influences and resources regarding families’ efforts to seek treatment options that are not limited to medication. Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore, MD
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