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25th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Event : CHADD107


Session : CHADD1360
SC1: Overcoming Procrastination and Fear to Improve Time Management
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Levrini, Abigail
  • to Improve Time Management - When combined with ADHD and/or a learning disability, procrastination can have devastating effects academically, financially, and socially. This session will address the types and causes of procrastination. The faulty assumptions underlying procrastination will be challenged and effective strategies for combating procrastination will be presented. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) I understand the pitfalls of time management as they relate to ADHD. 2) I have discovered methods to combat struggles with time management. 3) I can identify the reasons why I procrastinate and have learned how to resolve these issues. 4) I have learned ways to reduce my fear as it relates to time management and getting things done. 5) I understand how to get back on track when I slip up and learned how to apply some specific time management techniques.


Session : CHADD1361
SC2: Student's Learning Beliefs: Helping Students be more Metacognitive about how Learning Happens: Goal Setting, Choosing Strategies, Monitoring, and Reflection
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Moore, Silvia McCarty, Shannon
  • Goal Setting, Choosing Strategies, Monitoring, and Reflection- This workshop will present procedures for assessing student self-efficacy that fosters motivation through case studies of individualized mentoring of students experiencing academic difficulties. The discussion will center around the interplay between student learning beliefs and self-regulated learning (SRL), a valuable predictor for academic success. The workshop will present strategies and tools to help students understand how their beliefs influence the types of strategies they choose when learning and how to improve maladaptive learning behaviors through goal setting, monitoring and self-reflection. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will develop an understanding of homework practices that improve academic performance in students by mediating student motivation. Using goal setting, monitoring and reflections, participants will be able to create accountability forms that help students take responsibility for their learning. A discussion about the importance of feedback and the 'feedback loop' will be explained. 2) Participants will understand how student self-efficacy predicts academic achievement and how homework quality goals can be used to promote it. The sources of self-efficacy will be enumerated and the implications for students with ADHD will be discussed. 3) Presenter will discuss the social-cognitive model of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) and how it impacts school achievement. SRL processes of metacognition, cognition, motivation and behavior will be explained as they relate to ADHD. 4) The role of goal setting, monitoring, reflection, and self-evaluation will be explained as it relates to self-regulation, moti


Session : CHADD1362
SC3: Balancing Parental Support While Fostering Independence and Self Advocacy
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Willson, John
  • Fostering Independence and Self Advocacy - Finding the balance between the work parents put into the development of their children, and empowering children to help themselves can be a difficult minefield to navigate. This workshop will focus on strategies for both parents and children. We will review techniques designed to help parents nurture and support the development of their children, along with strategies children can utilize to foster independence, resilience and self-governance. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will be able to understand the importance of behavioral interventions as part of the treatment continuum. 2) Participants will be able to utilize strategies which empower and encourage positive behavior. 3) Participants will learn how to find ways to shift the onus of self regulation to their child. 4) Participants will be able to implement a growth plan for their child by utilizing the child in developing goals and objectives. 5) Participants will learn strategies children can employ themselves which develop self regulation and self advocacy.


Session : CHADD1363
SC4: Combination Medication Management for ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mason, Oren
  • The combination of stimulant medications with non-stimulants can address many of the limitations traditionally associated with stimulant therapies. This presentation will review a series of medication management difficulties and demonstrate rational combination therapies that can be used for each one. Efficacy of medications for ADHD can vary widely. Partial symptom remission and incomplete duration of effect are common problems that may be successfully addressed with combination therapy. Side effects such as insomnia, mood irritability, anxiety and weight loss may be successfully managed using combination therapy. Medication need not be uncomfortable to be highly effective. Published studies of combination therapy for ADHD will be surveyed. Clinical monitoring to ensure patient safety will be reviewed. Cost concerns will be addressed. A problem-based approach to common clinical scenarios will be employed. Algorithms for clinical use will be offered. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) The participant will be familiar with the literature supporting combination therapy and comfortable with the typical approaches used in ADHD care. 2) He/she will describe assessment methods to clinically differentiate cases in which combination therapy demonstrates advantages over monotherapy. 3) The participant will combine different stimulants and/or non-stimulants to achieve improved efficacy, duration and tolerability of ADHD therapy. 4) The participant will properly monitor patient response and safety when utilizing novel combination therapies. 5) The participant will utilize rational combination for treating ADHD comorbid with depression, anxiety and mood disorder.


Session : CHADD1364
SC5: An Owner's Manual: How To Run...
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Schwartz, Marilyn Angelo, Carolyn
  • Groups for Individuals and Couples with ADHD - At the Adult ADD Resource Center of Washington, we have found that working with adults in groups has been a most effective way of providing education, individual and couples counseling, and coaching. In this session, we will offer our model of how to successfully establish, market, and run psycho-educational, counseling, and coaching groups that will benefit your work with ADHD clients and couples. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) To identify what is unique and challenging about working with adults with ADHD in groups. 2) To distinguish when it is more effective to provide psycho-education, counseling, or coaching in groups versus individually. 3) To describe the best structures and ground rules for running ADHD groups. 4) To discuss how to present information and strategies effective in dealing with ADHD in ways that interest and engage group members. 5) To describe group techniques which are especially suited to help reduce shame and build self-esteem for adults with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1365
SC6: Empowering Students and Teachers: Understanding ADHD and Executive Functioning Deficits
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Perkins, Mike
  • Understanding - ADHD and Executive Functioning Deficits - Strategies and more! The presentation will focus on the importance of creating a climate in the classroom that positively influences the delivery of strategies for individual students and the class as a whole. Practical approaches designed at developing this understanding for educators, children, and teens that are easy to reproduce are aimed at reducing stress and conflict and promoting independence. Research-based strategies, for all grade levels, that impact learning and increase self-awareness will be presented to address the difficulties associated with ADHD and executive functioning weaknesses. Obstacles and misperceptions that inhibit behavioral, social, and academic success will also be explored. The presentation includes an original short animation that explains the role of executive functions in a simple and entertaining way. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Identify weaknesses in executive functions and how they negatively impact academic, social, and behavioral performance. 2) Describe strategies aimed at strengthening executive functions that can be implemented both at school and home. 3) Define ADHD, and describe weaknesses in executive functioning through analogies and illustrations that will aid in speaking with children and young adults. 4) Describe obstacles that are inherent in working with children with ADHD and executive functioning deficits. 5) Explain the importance that awareness has on increasing a child's independence, and describe activities that can be implemented understanding.


Session : CHADD1366
SC7: High Risk to High Potential: Transition Issues for High School and College Students with ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Tudisco, Robert M.
  • Transition Issues for High School and College Students with ADHD - While students diagnosed with ADHD face continual difficulty addressing transitions, none prove more difficult than the transition from high school to college. What make this transition difficult are a variety of social and legal changes that many students and parents are not equipped to address, which put them at high risk despite their high potential. This transition however can be addressed if parents and students are proactive in addressing the difficult road to transition and plan ahead. This workshop will address many of the social and legal changes and discuss practical strategies for students to reach their full potential. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Attendees will understand the challenges that students with ADHD face in transition to post secondary education that put them at high risk. 2) Attendees will understand the specific social and legal changes that students will face during this difficult transition. 3) Attendees will develop practical working strategies to address the changes in the law proactively to protect students and encourage student advocacy. 4) Attendees will develop practical strategies to help students build structure, support and accountability around themselves in order to transition to this difficult environment. 5) To help parents and students utilize the difficulties and potential problems associated with medication diversion and the legal and administrative consequences.


Session : CHADD1368
SC9: Creating and Sustaining a Diverse ADHD Group in Your Community
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Vick, Norman Wurf, Abigail
  • ADHD Group in Your Community - The session takes a step-by-step look at creating and sustaining a successful ADHD group that is purposely diverse on many different levels. The model will be the success of one ADHD group and the failure of another. Both were started by me in Washington DC at the same time with many common factors and a glaring uncommon factor between the two groups. The two groups were recruited from an initial CHADD area email list and Meetup.com. One group has met monthly and grown since 2011 while the other has withered to no meetings. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Describe what makes a successful group. 2) Explain diversity and the difficulties in achieving it in a group. 3) Identify different reasons a group might not be successful. 4) Enumerate the responsibilities of a group organizer. 5) Cite ways to encourage group member participation.


Session : CHADD1369
SC10: Now that the DSM-V Allows that Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders Can be Comorbid with ADHD, What are the Problems with Medication Treatment
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  • Aull, Edward B.
  • Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders can be Comorbid with ADHD, What are the Problems with Medication Treatment -The DSM-V will allow that patients with autism spectrum disorders suffer from ADHD symptoms. Studies suggest that the rate may approach 80%. However, the studies also reveal poorer outcomes in patients with autism spectrum disorders. I will discuss why the patients have more side effects and less positive effects than the typical patient with just ADHD. I will also discuss what can be done to understand and improve the results. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Discuss why autism spectrum disorders have been added in the DSM-V to the list of patients with ADHD symptoms. 2) Discuss why the results of typical ADHD treatment often results in poor results or multiple side effects. 3) Discuss what medication adjustments may be made to improve the outcomes in patients with autism spectrum disorders. 4) Discuss why medications that are nonstimulants may be preferred in the patients with ASD's. 5) Discuss how the results of ADHD treatment may give clues that the diagnosis of ADHD may have only been a partial diagnosis and what results may lead to an ASD diagnosis.



     


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