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The CHADD Annual Conference is the major research, practice and public information conference dedicated to issues related to ADHD. The annual conference brings together researchers, clinicians, educators, parents, other caregivers and adults with ADHD.

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CHADD 1002 TA2: ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data/New Ideas
CHADD 1014 TB7: Back to Basics: An ADHD Primer

CHADD 1019 TCG1: Opening Keynote: The Importance Of Emotion      
CHADD 1021 FB1: Addressing Executive Function Deficits At Home & School
CHADD 1022 FB2: Mindful Approaches to Managing Emotions
CHADD 1026 FBRI: Research Symposium

CHADD 1027 FC1: The Nature Of Executive Functioning in ADHD
CHADD 1032 FC5: New Concepts of ADHD: Executive Functions
CHADD 1034 FC7: Ten Golden Rules for Interacting with Children

CHADD 1038 FD10: EEG Neurofeedback for ADHD
CHADD 1045 FD8: Change Strategies Used in CBT for Adult ADHD

CHADD 1047 FF1: An Evening Of Hope, Humor and Honors
CHADD 1048 SAG1: Closing Keynote What 2 Do & Why: Strategies 4 Success
CHADD 1051 SB3: Making the Grade with ADHD: How to Succeed in College 

CHADD 1053 SB5: Organizing the ADHD Brain
CHADD 1054 SBRII: Research Symposium II
CHADD 1055 SC1: ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome: Why Does it Matter

CHADD 1060 SC6: Neurocognitive Tools for the ADD Toolbox
CHADD 1063 SC9: Mindful Awareness in Treatment of Adult ADHD
CHADD 1066 SD2: Homework: Headaches and Heartaches
CHADD 1073 SD9: Strengthening Executive Function

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Event : CHADD102


Session : CHADD1002_AUDIO_ONLY
TA2: ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data/New Ideas
LECTURE [Psychologist] [Healthcare] [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Sam Goldstein Ph.D.
  • ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data and New Ideas It has increasingly become apparent to educators, researchers and clinicians alike that symptom relief for ADHD does not necessarily nor significantly transfer to improving long-term outcome in the areas of school, vocation, relationships, mental health and general community issues. By far the bulk of ADHD related research has been focused on the benefits of symptom relief over a short term period. Very few studies follow children for six months to a year, let alone ten years. As more and more data assessing long-term outcome is being generated, it has become apparent that the treatment protocol for ADHD needs to provide a balanced focus between interventions that improve immediate symptoms and functioning with those that facilitate generalization and adequacy of functioning through adolescence to transition into the adult years. In this presentation, Dr. Goldstein will provide an overview of current research in two major domains. First, research concerning the effectiveness of treatments for ADHD, on both a symptom relief and long-term outcome basis will be presented. Second, a review of the resilience literature focusing on a variety of environmental, biological and experiential variables that appear to improve adult outcome in youth with histories of neurodevelopmental weaknesses will be offered. Dr. Goldstein will provide suggestions for a new treatment protocol for ADHD, focusing on a balance between symptom relief and improving long-term outcome in school, home and community.
  • ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data and New Ideas: 1. Participants will understand current theories about treatments for ADHD and their impact upon symptom relief. 2. Participants will understand the longitudinal research in regards to outcome variables for ADHD. 3. Participants will understand general environmental and developmental variables that predict good life outcome for all children as well as those with neurodevelopmental weaknesses. 4.Participants will be provided with an overview of a new treatment protocol for ADHD. 5. Participants will be provided with specific strategies to begin implementing this treatment protocol in their clinical practices and educational settings.
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Session : CHADD1002_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TA2: ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data/New Ideas
LECTURE [Psychologist] [Healthcare] [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


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  • Sam Goldstein Ph.D.
  • ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data and New Ideas It has increasingly become apparent to educators, researchers and clinicians alike that symptom relief for ADHD does not necessarily nor significantly transfer to improving long-term outcome in the areas of school, vocation, relationships, mental health and general community issues. By far the bulk of ADHD related research has been focused on the benefits of symptom relief over a short term period. Very few studies follow children for six months to a year, let alone ten years. As more and more data assessing long-term outcome is being generated, it has become apparent that the treatment protocol for ADHD needs to provide a balanced focus between interventions that improve immediate symptoms and functioning with those that facilitate generalization and adequacy of functioning through adolescence to transition into the adult years. In this presentation, Dr. Goldstein will provide an overview of current research in two major domains. First, research concerning the effectiveness of treatments for ADHD, on both a symptom relief and long-term outcome basis will be presented. Second, a review of the resilience literature focusing on a variety of environmental, biological and experiential variables that appear to improve adult outcome in youth with histories of neurodevelopmental weaknesses will be offered. Dr. Goldstein will provide suggestions for a new treatment protocol for ADHD, focusing on a balance between symptom relief and improving long-term outcome in school, home and community.
  • ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data and New Ideas: 1. Participants will understand current theories about treatments for ADHD and their impact upon symptom relief. 2. Participants will understand the longitudinal research in regards to outcome variables for ADHD. 3. Participants will understand general environmental and developmental variables that predict good life outcome for all children as well as those with neurodevelopmental weaknesses. 4.Participants will be provided with an overview of a new treatment protocol for ADHD. 5. Participants will be provided with specific strategies to begin implementing this treatment protocol in their clinical practices and educational settings.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1003
TA3: Assessment and Psychosocial Treatment Of Adult ADHD
LECTURE [Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Kevin Murphy Ph.D.
  • ASSESSMENT Clinicians are often confused about the most appropriate and efficient way of conducting an ADHD evaluation for adults. This training will address methods and key considerations in conducting a comprehensive and credible ADHD evaluation in adults. PSYCHOSOCIAL TREATMENT Adolescents and adults with ADHD face ongoing challenges over the life span to gain control over their disorder in school, work, social, and daily adaptive functioning. This training will discuss some cognitive, behavioral, and attitudinal strategies to help make a successful transition into adulthood and to help optimize the long term outcomes for those with ADHD. This training will also discuss a general philosophical approach to the psychosocial treatment of ADHD in adults including education about the disorder, use of compensatory behavioral strategies, psychological therapies, other self management/practical coping strategies, coaching, and advocacy.
  • Assessment and Psychosocial Treatment of Adult ADHD: 1. Participants will be able to describe the proper use of rating scales, interviews, psychological testing, and understand the importance and value of obtaining historical objective records. 2. Participants will be better able to distinguish ADHD from other comorbid psychiatric disorders and be better able to distinguish true ADHD from "normal" symptoms of everyday life. 3. Participants will be better able to describe how to effectively communicate the adult ADHD diagnosis and strategies for activating patients to engage in the treatment process. 4. Participants will be able to describe an overview of current psychosocial approaches to the treatment of adult ADHD.


Session : CHADD1004
TA4: Advanced Psychopharmacology
LECTURE [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Jeffrey Newcorn M.D.
  • Advanced Psychopharmacology: Research into Clinical Practice: This session will review neurobiological mechanisms of ADHD and its treatment, and illustrate the relevance findings from research studies have for clinical practice. We will focus on translation of findings from neuroimaging and genetic studies, as well as from complex clinical trials. We also will consider whether findings from clinical trials represent clinical reality - and if not, why this is the case.
  • Advanced Psychopharmacology: Research into Clinical Practice: 1. Understand the underlying neurobiology of ADHD and their implications for ADHD medication treatment. 2. Discuss similarities and differences in the mechanisms of action of different ADHD medication treatments. 3. Discuss potential relevance of genetic findings re: ADHD and its treatment for clinical practice. 4. List the ways that linking biomarker studies to clinical trials can provide useful information for guiding an individualized approach to treatment.


Session : CHADD1005
TA5: Latest Thinking on Mechanism and Cause in ADHD
LECTURE [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Joel Nigg PhD
  • Latest Thinking on Mechanism and Cause in ADHD: This session will provide a review of the latest scientific findings in regard to ADHD clinical correlates, subtypes, outcomes, neurobiology, brain findings, and etiology. It will also touch on key issues in diagnostic differential assessment and treatment planning.
  • Latest Thinking on Mechanism and Cause in ADHD: 1. Attendees will be able to recognize the major empirical and scientific strengths and weaknesses of the ADHD diagnosis. 2. Attendees will be able to recognize the importance of differentiating inattention from hyperactivity, while understanding weaknesses and options in the subtype classification. 3. Attendees will be able to describe at least two major established neuropsychological or neurobiological findings in ADHD, as well as at least one new direction that neurobiological research is going in ADHD. 4. Attendees will be able to achieve a relatively complex understanding of etiology of ADHD that recognizes the potential role of genes, environments, epigenetic processes, and their interplay.


Session : CHADD1006
TA6: The Differential Diagnosis and Treatment for Complex
LECTURE [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Steven Pliszka MD
  • Anywhere from one third to one half of children with ADHD have a comorbid disorder. Many of these children and adoelescents present with severe aggression, moodiness or diffculty relating to others. Clinical tools for sorting out varied and complex symptoms will be discussed, as well as a framework for developing a treatment plan.
  • Differential Diagnosis and Treatment for Complex ADHD with Conduct, Bipolar, and Explosive Disorders: 1. Review basic principles of differential diagnosis of ADHD. 2. Discuss the history of how clincial thinking about childhood mania has evolved over the last decade. 3. Discuss the use of rating scales to assess depressive, anxiety and manic symptoms. 4. Understand how aggression may be associated a variety of diagnoses. 5. Discuss the selection of treatment options based on symptoms and functioning.


Session : CHADD1007
TA7: Iberoamerican Forum - The Impact Of ADHD in the Family
SEMINAR [Hispanic/Latino]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Gabriela Delgado Paulsen Ph.D., Beatriz Duda Coach
  • For the past two years the Iberoamerican Forum has been addressing the different approaches available in the different Spanish speaking countries for a comprehensive treatment of ADHD. This year’s presentation will focus on the parent’s role in the overall treatment and it will provide evidence based information about diagnosis and treatment, as well as training in specific behavior management techniques.
  • Iberoamerican Forum- The Impact of ADHD in the Family: The Role of Parents as Part of a Comprehensive Treatment 1. Attendees will be able to identify at least 3 effective strategies currently implemented in Spanish speaking communities. 2. Attendees will be able to identify at least 3 treatment approaches implemented in Spanish speaking communities that render poorly effective results. 3. Attendees will be able to describe at least three specific benefits of the implementation of combined approaches in the treatment of children, adolescents and adults with ADHD. 4. Attendees will be able to acquire scientific information regarding the effectiveness of medication, behavior therapy and parental training, among other modalities, in the treatment of ADHD. 5. Attendees will be able to identify at least 3 elements involved in treatment of ADHD that make the difference between effective and ineffective approaches.


Session : CHADD1008
TB1: Through the Looking Glass: Gaze Into the Future Of DSM5
LECTURE [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • James Swanson Ph.D., Sam Goldstein Ph.D., Russell Barkley Ph.D., Ann Abramowitz Ph.D., Joel Nigg PhD
  • DSM-5 Panel Explores Future Diagnosis and Treatment Guides for ADHD in Children and Adults CHADD has scheduled an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest proposed guidelines for the assessment and treatment of ADHD. The DSM-5 Panel Explores Future Diagnosis and Treatment Guides for ADHD in children and adults featuring Drs. Abramowitz, Barkley, Goldstein, Nigg, and Swanson who explore the strengths and shortcomings of the proposed changes in the diagnostic criteria for ADHD. Presenters provide their arguments within a research context and explore how these changes will affect clinical practices.
  • Through the Looking Glass: Gaze Into the Future of DSM-V: 1. Participants will learn about the current process in developing the DSM V ADHD diagnoses. 2. Participants will understand the current issues and options facing the DSM Committee in the process of creating the new DSM V diagnoses for ADHD. 3. Participants will have the opportunity to offer their ideas and opinions concerning this process as well as learn from others.


Session : CHADD1009
TB2: Preventative Interventions for Children
LECTURE [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Jeffrey Halperin Ph.D.
  • Preventitive Interventions for Children At-Risk for ADHD: This presentation will review models that have formed the conceptual framework for much of the current thinking regarding ADHD and its developmental trajectory, followed by the presentation of a novel neurodevelopmental perspective of the disorder as it evolves over the lifespan. Identification of "at-risk" children and Implications of the model for the development of early interventions that might have more enduring effects than currently employed evidenced-based treatments will be discussed. The conceptualization and development of TEAMS (Training Executive, Attention, and Motor Skills), a novel early intervention/prevention program for preschool children with ADHD will be described. TEAMS is based on the notion that environmental manipulations can impact brain growth and development, which may have a lasting effect on the severity of ADHD.
  • Preventive Interventions for Children at-risk for ADHD: 1. To learn to conceptualize ADHD from a developmental perspective. 2. To gain an appreciation for the powerful influences of environmental enrichment and physical exercise on neural, cognitive and behavioral development. 3. To facilitate the identification of young children at-risk for ADHD before difficulties become unmanageable. 4. To learn about novel approaches to early intervention for ADHD. 5. To learn ways to incorporate health-promoting strategies that might influence the trajectory of ADHD into children’s everyday life including the home and school environments.


Session : CHADD1010
TB3 - Can Schools Be a Positive Turning Point in the Lives of Children with ADHD?
Intermediate Seminar Educator, Parent/Caregiver, Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Mark Katz, PhD; Marlene Snyder, PhD, Clemson University; Jeff Sprague, PhD, University Of Oregon
  • Thanks to advances in our understanding of school based prevention and intervention programs and practices, schools can be a positive turning point in the lives of children with ADHD. During this institute the presenters will review several of these programs and practices in depth, and discuss how school based prevention and intervention programs can improve the lives of school-age children with ADHD and other challenges.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Describe how schools are using Response to Intervention (RtI) to identify early signs of both academic and behavioral challenges in school-age children, then intervening to alleviate problems before they can grow more serious. 2. Learn about evidence-based bullying prevention and intervention practices that are preventing and reducing bullying in and around school campus. 3. Identify practices designed to prevent burnout and compassion fatigue in teachers, parents and other caregivers. 4. Identify practices that are helping children with learning and other challenges view their challenges in a hopeful, new light. 5. Describe practices that are preventing and reducing stigma associated with ADHD, learning disabilities and other challenges.



     


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