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25th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Session : CHADD1339
FC6: ADHD Goes to School
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Bertin, Mark
  • To address ADHD only as a disorder of attention or hyperactivity underestimates its impact on education. Impairments in executive function directly affect how children learn and even communicate. In addition, up to two thirds of children with ADHD have a separate learning disability; studies suggest that nearly 40% have specific deficits in reading, math and writing. For children to maintain motivation and succeed, individualized planning must take a multi-faceted view of ADHD. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) To discuss the impact of ADHD and delays in executive function related skills on academic performance. 2) To review common comorbid learning disabilities with ADHD, including ones frequently overlooked during routine educational evaluations. 3) To explain the impact of various modern trends in education on the experience of children with ADHD. 4) To describe classroom based interventions that best support children with ADHD. 5) To describe parent and family based interventions that support academic progress in ADHD.


Session : CHADD1340
FC7: ILAUGH Model of Social Thinking
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Winner, MA, CCC, Michelle
  • The ILAUGH Model of Social Cognition was introduced to the community in 2000 as a set of concepts based on the evidence that help to explain why students have difficulties not only with developing Social Thinking and related social skills but also with classroom academic tasks that require Social Thinking/perspective taking. Academic tasks that require social knowledge include but are not limited to reading comprehension and written expression. In this workshop we will introduce how a social learning problem can become a classroom learning problem. Treatment Strategies are also offered as we explore the core concepts of the ILAUGH Model. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Explain how auditory processing in context requires social thinking. 2. Explain how perspective taking is required for reading comprehension of literature. 3. Explain how gestalt thinking is required for written expression. 4. Describe the how executive functioning is part of the ILAUGH model 5. Describe 3 treatment strategies which relates to the ILAUGH model core concepts.


Session : CHADD1341
FC8: A Mexican Project with Multimodal Treatment for ADHD: Development & Course
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Hoth, Maria Elena
  • Multimodal Treatment for ADHD: Development and Course - It is a private initiative that was born out of parent´s concern. It will be shown, that our methodology, can work in a country which doesn´t have enough specialized doctors. Training the basics levels of attention, preparing parents in support groups, and measuring all the social impact of our works as also perform research in order to accomplish our goals which are to develop a framework of attention in a country which doesn´t have enough doctors.


Session : CHADD1342
FC9: Smoking and Substance Abuse in Individuals with ADHD
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  • Molina, Brooke S. Kollins, Scott H.
  • Individuals with ADHD -Substance use, including cigarette smoking, is one of the most harmful outcomes for which individuals with ADHD are at risk. This session will provide an overview of both risk and protective factors for the development of substance use problems in individuals with ADHD, including genetic/neurobiological and psychosocial variables. The efficacy of prevention and treatment programs will be considered along with avenues for future investigation.


Session : CHADD1343
FC10: Raising Kids with ADHD When You Have ADHD Also: Parents Share Their Recipes for Success
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  • Parker, Harvey
  • have ADHD also: Parents Share their Recipes for Success - Raising a child with ADHD can be a challenge under the best of circumstances. Often the child with ADHD has a parent who also suffers from the same disorder. Such parents may be better able to understand the difficulties their child will face in meeting the challenges of daily life, however, they often struggle in the same ways their child does with organization, follow-through, sustaining attention, time management and planning. Throughout this highly interactive session the presenter will give parents an opportunity to share their successful strategies that can improve the way you and your child interact. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Describe the unique challenges facing parents with ADHD who are raising a child with ADHD. 2) Identify eight core principles of parenting a child with ADHD when you have ADHD yourself. 3) Explain executive function deficits in ADHD and how such deficits can effect your behavior as a parent and your child's behavior. 4) Identify practical strategies to improve such executive functions as: planning, time management, focusing, organizing, and self-regulation as they relate to parenting. 5) Explain four key strategies to help your child with ADHD improve their school performance.


Session : CHADD1344
PLENARY: THE POWER OF THE MINDSETS: NURTURING MOTIVATION & RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD AND OURSELVES
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Presenter: Robert Brooks
  • Nurturing Motivation & Resilience in Children with ADHD - Many children with adolescents with ADHD are burdened with feelings of doubt, pessimism, and low self-esteem. In his presentation Dr. Brooks will discuss strategies for turning these negative mindsets and their accompanying behaviors into "resilient mindsets" and actions filled with caring, responsibility, hope, and resilience. Many case examples will be offered. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Discuss the concept of mindsets. 2) Discuss the negative characteristics of the mindset of many children with ADHD. 3) Discuss the characteristics of a "resilient mindset." 4) List two-three specific strategies for nurturing a "resilient mindset" in children with ADHD. 5) Discuss the importance of a strength-based approach in which each child's "islands of competence" are identified and reinforced.


Session : CHADD1344VIDEO
PLENARY: THE POWER OF THE MINDSETS: NURTURING MOTIVATION & RESILIENCE IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD AND OURSELVES
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  • Presenter: Robert Brooks
  • •Nurturing Motivation & Resilience in Children with ADHD - Many children with adolescents with ADHD are burdened with feelings of doubt, pessimism, and low self-esteem. In his presentation Dr. Brooks will discuss strategies for turning these negative mindsets and their accompanying behaviors into "resilient mindsets" and actions filled with caring, responsibility, hope, and resilience. Many case examples will be offered. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Discuss the concept of mindsets. 2) Discuss the negative characteristics of the mindset of many children with ADHD. 3) Discuss the characteristics of a "resilient mindset." 4) List two-three specific strategies for nurturing a "resilient mindset" in children with ADHD. 5) Discuss the importance of a strength-based approach in which each child's "islands of competence" are identified and reinforced.


Session : CHADD1345
SA1: Psychiatric Genetics: From DSM to DNA
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Smoller, Jordan Swanson, James Smith, Taylor F.
  • This presentation will provide an overview and update for genetic research on childhood- and adult-onset psychiatric disorders. The talk will cover advances in our genetic understanding of these disorders and emerging evidence of overlapping genetic influences on these disorders. Questions that will be addressed include: how do we know that genes influence psychiatric disorders? What specific genetic variants have been identified to date for psychopathology? What are the implications of genetic research for developing new treatments and new approaches to the classification of psychiatric syndromes?


Session : CHADD1346
SA2: Using Research to Support Best Practice in ADHD Coaching
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Ahmann, Elizabeth
  • The ADHD Coaching field, though relatively new, has core competencies, certification options, forward-thinking leaders, and a committed body of coaches. Integrating research into ADHD Coaching practice will further support development of the field as well as assure best practices for coaches and optimal outcomes for clients. In this workshop, participants will learn how research can contribute to practice, identify sources of relevant research, and learn how to read a research paper, practicing the skill in small groups. Each group will identify coaching issues and brainstorm potential coaching questions from a research articles relevant to ADHD coaching. Groups will share their findings. Participants will leave the workshop with research-based ideas and question from 4-6 recent articles to apply in practice and will be better prepared to identify, review, and apply research that will benefit their own coaching practices and support optimal client outcomes. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will recognize the following terms: “evidence-based,” “best practice, and “informed practitioner.” 2) Participants will list a minimum of three fields of research related to ADHD Coaching. 3) Participants will recognize five key sections of a research article. 4) During the session, each participant will practice the skills (in a small group) of reading through the sections of a research article using a guide, and then identifying pertinent issues and questions relevant to ADHD coaching practice. 5) Participants will take away from the session a list of resources related to evidence-based ADHD coaching, a handout to guide reviewing research articles, and personal notes on possible coaching issues and questions based on research from as many as 4-6 recent studies related to ADHD.


Session : CHADD1347
SA3: ADHD and Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders: Adult Student Perspectives on Learning Needs and Academic Support
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Hubbard, Laura
  • Disorders: Adult Student Prespectives on Learning Needs and Academic Support - Based on research data from in-depth qualitative interviews, the seminar session offers participants an opportunity to explore learning experiences of adult college students with attention deficits (ADHD) and comorbid psychiatric disorders and to discuss the impact of comorbid disabilities on learning in higher education. Participants are encouraged to examine current educational practices and engage in dialogue that identifies authentic responses to the needs of these unique learners. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will be able to describe learning characteristics of adult college students with ADHD and comorbid psychiatric disorders. 2) Participants will be able to identify barriers to college success for adult college students with ADHD and comorbid psychiatric disorders. 3) Participants will be able to discuss supports for college success for adult college students with attention deficits and comorbidities. 4) Participants will be able to discuss attributes of successful adult college students with ADHD and comorbid disorders. 5) Participants will be able to articulate some of the implications of ADHD and comorbid psychiatric disorders for higher education.



     


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