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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 : CHADD1053_AUDIO_ONLY
SB5: Organizing the ADHD Brain
SEMINAR [Adult] [Coaching]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Ari Tuckman Psy.D., M.B.A., Judith Kolberg B.A.
  • This seminar uses Barkley’s model for how the ADHD brain processes information to provide strategies to get and stay organized. A solid understanding of the executive functions is invaluable in explaining past organizational struggles, as well as in offering more effective strategies. We will apply the lessons from this model to create specific, practical, and targeted strategies to help attendees better manage all the belongings and tasks in their life--or in someone else’s.
  • Organizing the ADHD Brain: 1. Attendees will understand why the ability to stop and think is so crucial to success and why people with ADHD struggle with creating that moment of reflection. 2. Attendees will grasp the connection between deficits in executive functions and the struggle to get and stay organized. 3. Attendees will be able to apply organizing strategies to their unique struggles with working and prospective memory, initiation, follow through, and planning. 4. Attendees will understand why people with ADHD have trouble starting and finishing uninteresting tasks and what they can do to make even the most mundane organizing chores a more consistent habit. 5. Attendees will learn time, task and paper/information methods designed specifically to work around issues with executive function.
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Session : CHADD1053_MP3_MP4_COMBO
SB5: Organizing the ADHD Brain
SEMINAR [Adult] [Coaching]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Ari Tuckman Psy.D., M.B.A., Judith Kolberg B.A.
  • This seminar uses Barkley’s model for how the ADHD brain processes information to provide strategies to get and stay organized. A solid understanding of the executive functions is invaluable in explaining past organizational struggles, as well as in offering more effective strategies. We will apply the lessons from this model to create specific, practical, and targeted strategies to help attendees better manage all the belongings and tasks in their life--or in someone else’s.
  • Organizing the ADHD Brain: 1. Attendees will understand why the ability to stop and think is so crucial to success and why people with ADHD struggle with creating that moment of reflection. 2. Attendees will grasp the connection between deficits in executive functions and the struggle to get and stay organized. 3. Attendees will be able to apply organizing strategies to their unique struggles with working and prospective memory, initiation, follow through, and planning. 4. Attendees will understand why people with ADHD have trouble starting and finishing uninteresting tasks and what they can do to make even the most mundane organizing chores a more consistent habit. 5. Attendees will learn time, task and paper/information methods designed specifically to work around issues with executive function.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1054_AUDIO_ONLY
SBRII: Research Symposium II
SEMINAR [All Levels/General Interest]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • James Swanson Ph.D., Susanna Visser M.S.
  • Part 1: Prescriptions for Stimulants in the USA from 2000 to 2009: Stimulant medications remain the primary pharmacological treatments for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). For decades there has been a linear increase in prescriptions for stimulants in the USA (Safer and Krager, 1988; Zito et al, 2003). Based on a national survey Zuvekas et al (2006) reported an asymptote by 2002 in the use of stimulant medication for the treatment of ADHD in children, which Swanson and Volkow (2009) confirmed with prescription records analyzed by age, with a qualifying report of a recent increase in prescriptions for adolescents and adults that maintained the linear increase for total prescriptions through 2007. We will provide an update on the trend for prescriptions for stimulants in the USA since 2007 and discuss some implications of the past, current, and predicted rates of prescriptions. Part 2: Prevalence and Prescription Rates in ADHD: National and state-based increases in rates of ADHD and medication use over time will be discussed. Learn what's happening in your state.
  • Part 1: Prescriptions for Stimulants in the USA from 2000 to 2009. James Swanson, Ph.D., UCI Child Development Center Learning Objectives: 1. Review the long-term trend in the USA for prescriptions of stimulant medications. 2. Review studies showing different recent trends in prescription rates by age and sex. 3. Present an update on these trends based on prescription rates through 2009. 4. Discuss the implications of multiple linear trends and presence and absence of asymptotes. 5. Discuss the past, current, and predicted prescription rates for stimulant medications. Part 2: Prevalence and Prescription Rates in ADHD. Susanna Visser, M.S., CDC Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the current prevalence of ADHD among American children. 2. Report the percentage increase in national rates of ADHD since 2003. 3. Identify the three states with the highest rates of parent-reported ADHD. 4. Identify the states in which the rates of ADHD medication use have increased in the past 4 years. 5. Describe a possible reason for the increasing rates of ADHD within specific states.
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Session : CHADD1054_MP3_MP4_COMBO
SBRII: Research Symposium II
SEMINAR [All Levels/General Interest]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
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$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • James Swanson Ph.D., Susanna Visser M.S.
  • Part 1: Prescriptions for Stimulants in the USA from 2000 to 2009: Stimulant medications remain the primary pharmacological treatments for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). For decades there has been a linear increase in prescriptions for stimulants in the USA (Safer and Krager, 1988; Zito et al, 2003). Based on a national survey Zuvekas et al (2006) reported an asymptote by 2002 in the use of stimulant medication for the treatment of ADHD in children, which Swanson and Volkow (2009) confirmed with prescription records analyzed by age, with a qualifying report of a recent increase in prescriptions for adolescents and adults that maintained the linear increase for total prescriptions through 2007. We will provide an update on the trend for prescriptions for stimulants in the USA since 2007 and discuss some implications of the past, current, and predicted rates of prescriptions. Part 2: Prevalence and Prescription Rates in ADHD: National and state-based increases in rates of ADHD and medication use over time will be discussed. Learn what's happening in your state.
  • Part 1: Prescriptions for Stimulants in the USA from 2000 to 2009. James Swanson, Ph.D., UCI Child Development Center Learning Objectives: 1. Review the long-term trend in the USA for prescriptions of stimulant medications. 2. Review studies showing different recent trends in prescription rates by age and sex. 3. Present an update on these trends based on prescription rates through 2009. 4. Discuss the implications of multiple linear trends and presence and absence of asymptotes. 5. Discuss the past, current, and predicted prescription rates for stimulant medications. Part 2: Prevalence and Prescription Rates in ADHD. Susanna Visser, M.S., CDC Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the current prevalence of ADHD among American children. 2. Report the percentage increase in national rates of ADHD since 2003. 3. Identify the three states with the highest rates of parent-reported ADHD. 4. Identify the states in which the rates of ADHD medication use have increased in the past 4 years. 5. Describe a possible reason for the increasing rates of ADHD within specific states.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1055_AUDIO_ONLY
SC1: ADHD or Asperger
SEMINAR [Physician (MD)] [Healthcare] [Psychologist] [Parent/Caregiver]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Edward Aull M.D.
  • ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome: Why does it Matter, and What Difference does it Make?: Dr. Aull will discuss the differences between ADHD and Asperger's syndrome and how it affects treatments, accommodations, and counseling. Anxiety will be a major focus and how the ADHD medications can impact it. Young adulthood and career issues will also be discussed.
  • ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome, Why does it Matter, What Difference does it Make?: 1. Learn the differences between ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 2. Learn the differences in medication treatments for ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 3. Learn about career advice for patients with ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 4. Learn how counseling may have differing effects on patients with ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 5. Learn how mild Asperger's syndrome may present only with ADHD symptoms and how diagnosis effects treatments.
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Session : CHADD1055_MP3_MP4_COMBO
SC1: ADHD or Asperger
SEMINAR [Physician (MD)] [Healthcare] [Psychologist] [Parent/Caregiver]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Edward Aull M.D.
  • ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome: Why does it Matter, and What Difference does it Make?: Dr. Aull will discuss the differences between ADHD and Asperger's syndrome and how it affects treatments, accommodations, and counseling. Anxiety will be a major focus and how the ADHD medications can impact it. Young adulthood and career issues will also be discussed.
  • ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome, Why does it Matter, What Difference does it Make?: 1. Learn the differences between ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 2. Learn the differences in medication treatments for ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 3. Learn about career advice for patients with ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 4. Learn how counseling may have differing effects on patients with ADHD and Asperger's syndrome. 5. Learn how mild Asperger's syndrome may present only with ADHD symptoms and how diagnosis effects treatments.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1056
SC2: Beyond Medication
LECTURE [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Mark Bertin M.D.
  • Beyond Medication: Evidenced-Based nonmedical ADHD interventions: While the benefits of medication for ADHD have been shown through numerous well designed studies, medication alone rarely addresses the full range of issues caused by this complex condition. Research indicates most people with ADHD have ´comorbid’ conditions, such as developmental delays, learning disabilities or mental health concerns, as well as executive function difficulites. And one of ten with ADHD do not respond well to medications. This talk reviews research regarding behavioral, parenting, and educational interventions, along studies of popular complementary approaches.
  • Beyond Medication – Evidence-based Non-Medical ADHD Interventions: 1. To understand the benefits of ADHD medication as well as its limitations in addressing comorbid conditions, executive function problems, and implications for the approximately ten percent of people with ADHD who do not respond well to medication. 2. To understand what research says about behavioral approaches to managing ADHD. 3. To understand research regarding parenting and ADHD. 4. To understand evidence based educational approaches to ADHD in the classroom. 5. To understand which commonly used complementary approaches have evidence for or against their use.


Session : CHADD1057
SC3: How Schools Can Successfully Work With Parents
LECTURE [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Maureen Gill L.C.S.W., Fereshteh Shahrokhi MSW, LCSW
  • How Schools Can Successfully Work with Parents of Children with ADHD: Children with ADHD present special challenges in schools. At the same time, helping their parents understand the child's school difficulties can also be stressful. In this workshop, a school social worker and a veteran parent will share what they have found to be effective strategies for working with children and teens with ADHD and with their parents. Tips will also be given for handling the more difficult or resistant parent as well as problems faced with other school staff.
  • How Schools Can Successfully Work with Parents of Children with ADHD: 1. Relate what the known (and little known)symptoms of ADHD are. This will help the teachers to understand their students difficulties to a greater degree. They also need to be aware that some of the parents of children with ADHD also have this disability and their needs must be taken into consideration in communicating with them. 2. Attendees should have a greater awareness of what it is like to raise a child with ADHD and a better understanding of the school experience as seen through the perspective of the parent. 3. Will be shown data that explains the degree of stress that these parents face and how it impacts on their family life and perception of themselves. Issues of guilt because of popular misconception that poor parenting causes ADHD will be better understood by attendees. 4. Will learn what strategies work well with these children and in communicating with their parents. The strategies learned will be from the school staff member point of view and from the parent point of view. 5. Attendees will learn special parenting techniques that foster better communication and behavioral management at home.


Session : CHADD1058
SC4: Challenging Kids, Challenged Teachers
LECTURE [Educator] [Healthcare] [Psychologist]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Leslie Packer Ph.D.
  • Challenging Kids, Challenged Teachers: Demystifying some of the Overlap Between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder for School-Based Planning: School planning for a student with ADHD is often complicated by the presence of a mood disorder. Overlapping symptoms between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder may make it difficult to know which accommodations or interventions to apply when a student exhibits a challenging behavior. In this presentation, the similarities and dissimilarities between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder will be reviewed with an emphasis on behavioral features, neurocognitive impact, and school-based interventions and supports.
  • Challenging Kids, Challenged Teachers: Demystifying some of the overlap between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder for School-Based Planning: 1. Attendees will be able to describe behavioral symptoms or features common to both ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. 2. Attendees will be able to describe behavioral symptoms or features that are unique to Bipolar Disorder when compared to ADHD. 3. Attendees will be able to describe the neurocognitive impact of Bipolar Disorder in terms of how it may impair a student's academic functioning. 4. Attendees will be able to describe the types of educational impairment students with ADHD with comorbid Bipolar Disorder may experience. 5. Attendees will be able to identify school-based accommodations for students with Bipolar Disorder.


Session : CHADD1059
SC5: Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Con
LECTURE [Adult] [Psychologist] [Spouse/Partner] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Gina Pera B.S.
  • Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and their Partners: Most adults with ADHD struggle for decades before it is diagnosed. Consequently, many have developed poor coping skills and distorted explanations of their challenges. In parallel fashion, the partners of these adults often have formed their own poor coping skills. Even when ADHD is diagnosed and treatment begins, counterproductive coping strategies might thwart progress. Once couples learn to identify their negative patterns, they can create more effective ones. Then, as ADHD awareness and treatment progresses, couples begin to think more positively about themselves and each other.
  • Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and their Partners: 1. Identify the most common poor coping skills among late-to-diagnosis adults with ADHD, focusing on how these affect relationships and family life, including: avoiding, quitting, rationalizing and blaming, controlling, aggressiveness, and rushing through tasks and activities. 2. Recognize the common poor coping skills among the partners of these late-to-diagnosis adults, including: denying and minimizing, enabling dysfunctional behavior, “walking on eggshells,” and being hypervigilant. 3. Compare and contrast ADHD neurobiological traits with common poor coping strategies. 4. Become familiar with the role of medication, sleep regulation, and healthy diet in mitigating ADHD symptoms, and learn how to best work as a team with a mental healthcare provider. 5. Identifty new practical strategies to replace poor coping skills, focusing on areas that affect domestic life the most: communication, organization, time management, sexual intimacy, and impulsivity.



     


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