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25th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Session : CHADD1318
PLENARY: THE BEHAVIOR CODE: Practical Strategies for Working with Challenging Students
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Presenter: Nancy Rappaport, MD
  • Practical Strategies for Working with Challenging Students - Dr. Rappaport, a child psychiatrist who has worked with children who struggle in school, will share approaches that can help school personnel, clinicians, and family members decipher the causes and patterns of students' difficult behaviors. She will explain how traditional behavior plans don’t meet the needs of these students, and may even make behavior problems worse, and will share proven strategies for getting these students back on track to learn. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Identify ways that anxiety can impede students’ academic and social progress at school 2) Create a more effective behavioral plan for students with anxiety and explosive behavior 3) Describe concrete interventions for the classroom that can impact the need for medication by making modifications in the environment 4) Discuss how to deescalate a child who is feeling misunderstood


Session : CHADD1318VIDEO
PLENARY: THE BEHAVIOR CODE: Practical Strategies for Working with Challenging Students
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  • Presenter: Nancy Rappaport, MD
  • Practical Strategies for Working with Challenging Students - Dr. Rappaport, a child psychiatrist who has worked with children who struggle in school, will share approaches that can help school personnel, clinicians, and family members decipher the causes and patterns of students' difficult behaviors. She will explain how traditional behavior plans don’t meet the needs of these students, and may even make behavior problems worse, and will share proven strategies for getting these students back on track to learn. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Identify ways that anxiety can impede students’ academic and social progress at school 2) Create a more effective behavioral plan for students with anxiety and explosive behavior 3) Describe concrete interventions for the classroom that can impact the need for medication by making modifications in the environment 4) Discuss how to deescalate a child who is feeling misunderstood


Session : CHADD1319
FA1: Stimulant Medication Diversion & Misuse: Precautions and Preventions
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  • Swanson, James Compton, Wilson
  • Abuse of several categories of prescription drugs has increased markedly in the United States in the past decade and is now at alarming levels for certain agents, especially opioid analgesics and stimulants. Stimulants, commonly prescribed for ADHD and narcolepsy, include drugs such as methylphenidate (e.g. Ritalin, Concerta) and amphetamine (e.g. Adderall). These prescription medications stimulate the central nervous system, with effects similar to but more potent than caffeine. When taken orally, as prescribed, these stimulants elicit a gradual and sustained increase in the neurotransmitter dopamine, which produces the expected therapeutic effects seen in many patients. In people with ADHD, stimulant medications generally have a calming and "focusing" effect, particularly in children. However, because these medications affect the dopamine system in the brain (the reward pathway), they are also similar to drugs of abuse—particularly when they are taken at doses or by routes other than what is ordinarily prescribed.


Session : CHADD1320
FA2: Increase Resiliency & Well-Being with ADHD Coaching
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Sleeper-Triplett, Jodi
  • with ADHD Coaching - Skill, will and self-regulation have been shown to increase after coaching (ADHD Coaching Research Study, 2010). This workshop will focus on increasing resiliency in young people with ADHD, addressing the question, “What do young people with ADHD need to become more resilient?” When coaching is added to the treatment plan for individuals struggling with ADHD/EF/LD and co-existing conditions those individuals feel more self-confident, self-reliant and prepared to move forward in their lives. In this session, participants will learn how coaching provides techniques for focus and organization, goal setting and skills for increased resiliency and effective daily living. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Gain a better understanding of the shifts in coaching methodology when coaching college students with ADHD and learning challenges. 2) Learn a range of coaching strategies most valuable for college students with ADHD and related issues. 3) Learn how self-reliance and self-confidence can be improved through coaching. 4) Discover the value of a supportive team for young people with ADHD during times of life transition. 5) Observe a coaching demonstration and see coaching in action.


Session : CHADD1321
FA3: Relationship Trouble? Multi-Modal Treatment for Your ADHD-Impacted Relationship
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Orlov, Melissa
  • Treatment for your ADHD-Impacted Relationship - When adults and clinicians think about treating ADHD, they tend to think in terms of medicinal treatments and behavioral therapy. Yet a critical factor in the ultimate success of an adult with ADHD hinges upon the health of his or her primary spousal relationship. Unfortunately, research suggests that close to 60% of marriages/adult partnerships in which one or both adults has ADHD may be clinically dysfunctional, resulting in the primary relationship being an area of significant stress. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Identify the three legs, or modes, of treatment for relationships impacted by ADHD 2) Describe a minimum of 3 typical treatments used in each treatment leg 3) Create an effective verbal cue with his or her partner 4) Describe why there is so much anger in their relationship as well as at least two specific tactics to start diminishing that anger. 5) Differentiate between validating statements and invalidating statements


Session : CHADD1322
FA4: Managing Difficult Behavior in the Classroom: ADHD and Beyond
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  • Weinberg, Harvey
  • Classroom: ADHD and Beyond - ADHD youngsters present unique challenges for educators who are charged with providing the best possible learning experience for these students. Among these challenges is the ability to manage not only their attentional issues, but also their potential for disruptive behavior. These behavioral issues not only interfere with the ADHD youngster's learning progress, but also compromises the learning experience of others in the classroom. This session will focus on providing educators with a host of interventions designed to mitigate these learning and behavior issues. Unlike traditional sessions that focus on educational strategies, this session will emphasize behavioral interventions that enhance the learning and behavioral adjustment of these students in the school setting. In addition, many of these strategies also apply to other youngsters who have similar challenging behaviors but may not be diagnosed with ADHD. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Identify various comorbid conditions and how their behavioral profiles will overlap with ADHD type behavior in the classroom. 2) Describe a theoretical framework of behavior management which can be applied to specific classroom interventions. 3) Identify various communication strategies that are designed to facilitate classroom functioning, and serve as a tool to prevent behavioral problems. 4) Describe various teacher interventions and environmental modifications that can assist in reducing the level of disruptive activity in the classroom. 5) Explain the specific behavioral and educational strategies that are used to address the unique needs of the adolescent with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1323
FA5: Improving Your Relationship with Your ADHD Adolescent
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  • Robin, Arthur L.
  • ADHD Adolescent - Maintaining a positive relationship with your adolescent who has AD/HD can be daunting. Dr. Robin will provide parents with practical tips and techniques to increase positivity in their relationships with their AD/HD adolescents. After reviewing how parents’ knowledge of adolescent development can improve their handling of common problems with their adolescent, Dr. Robin discuss techniques such as one- on-one time, the creative use of praise, ignoring “the small stuff,” communication training and problem solving. Using family vignettes based upon 30 years of clinical practice, Dr. Robin will pinpoint problems that arise using these techniques and describe how to work around these problems. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Audience members will understand when their AD/HD adolescent's problem behavior reflects adolescent developmental issues. 2) Audience members will know how to create a positive climate in their relationship with their AD/HD adolescent. 3) Audience membes will know how to improve communication with their AD/HD adolescent. 4) Audience members will know how to apply the steps of problem solving to resolve a disagreement with their AD/HD adolescent. 5) Audience members will understand the importance of changing their attidues and interpretations of the adolescent's behavior.


Session : CHADD1324
FB1: Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and Their Loved Ones
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Pera, Gina A.
  • Their Loved Ones -Most adults with AD/HD struggle for decades before it is diagnosed. Consequently, many suffer not only from symptoms but also an accumulation of poor coping skills and distorted explanations of their challenges. In parallel fashion, their loved ones often harbor their own counterproductive interpretations of and reactions to unrecognized ADHD-related behaviors. Whether the loved ones are spouses or romantic partners or other family members -- such as parents, children, and sibling -- the dynamics are remarkably similar. Even when AD/HD is diagnosed and treatment begins, these entrenched counterproductive coping strategies on all sides tend to thwart progress and often seem indistinguishable from symptoms. Once adults with ADHD and their loved ones identify their negative reaction patterns, they can create more effective ones. Then, as AD/HD awareness and treatment progresses, each person can learn to think more positively about themselves and each other. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1)Review Adult ADHD’s neurobehavioral traits through the lens of how they affect various kinds of relationships. 2) Identify the most common cognitive distortions and poor coping skills among late-diagnosis adults with ADHD, focusing on how these affect family and other relationships, including: avoiding, quitting, rationalizing and blaming, controlling, aggressiveness, and rushing through tasks and activities. 3) Recognize the common cognitive distortions and poor coping skills among the partners of these late-to-diagnosis adults as well as other family members, including: denying and minimizing, enabling dysfunctional behavior, “walking on eggshells,” and being hyper vigilant. 4) Explain how the ADHD model of CBT can help both individuals with ADHD and their loved ones to correct cognitive distortions and develop more productive strategies. 5) Identify new practical strategies to replace poor coping skills, focusing on areas that affect domestic life the most: com


Session : CHADD1325
FB2: Strengths-Based ADHD Coaching: Why and How it Successfully Works for Adults with ADHD
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  • Jellar, Courtney C. Giwerc, David
  • Why and How it Successfully Works for Adults with ADHD - As a professional, Master Certified Coach, MCC, with over of 15 years working with professionals, executives, entrepreneurs, small business owners, filmmakers and parents, all of whom were diagnosed with ADHD, the presenter will demonstrate how ADHD strengths coaching can dramatically improve executive functions, for adults with ADHD, and expand their opportunities for success. He will also present specific research that supports a strengths-based, high-interest approach and demonstrate a foundational process for integrating newly discovered strengths into customized systems that will create consistent, forward momentum and progress. If you want to learn more about how ADHD strengths-coaching successfully works, for adults with ADHD, and integrate it into your life, than make it a point to attend this presentation. It will positively change the way you look at your ADHD and your ability to create the kind of life you truly desire and deserve!! LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Present specific research that supports a strengths-based, high-interest focus for coaching adults with ADHD. 2) Identify specific sources of hidden talents, for adults with ADHD, which provide an important foundational source of support for improving executive functions and consistent performance. 3) Present case studies that support the use of ADHD coaching models to consistently identify individual talents and integrate them with customized systems that successfully support and individual’s processing styles. 4) Explain the distinction between a talent and strength and provide individual scenarios and strategies that were needed to convert identified talents into daily strengths. 5) Introduce an effective coaching exercise which focuses on an individual's successful memories and their strengths which have yielded consistent, excellent results.


Session : CHADD1326
FB3: Disrupted Attention and Reinforcement Processes in Humans: Evidence from Brain Imaging
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Swanson, James Baler, Ruben Blair, James
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is typically characterized as exhibiting inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity symptoms but there is increasing evidence of deficits in motivation as well. This presentation will highlight findings providing evidence that disruption of the dopamine reward pathway is associated with motivation deficits in ADHD adults, which may contribute to attention deficits and supports the use of therapeutic interventions to enhance motivation in ADHD.



     


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