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26th Annual International Conference on ADHD


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Session : CHADD1437
FC5: Cultural Strategies for African Americans with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Deborah Hooper-Johnson
  • The purpose of this presentation is to increase awareness of the unique challenges African Americans with ADHD experience in their daily lives. The audience in this presentation will learn how an understanding of the African American culture can assist in developing and implementing effective strategies for African Americans with ADHD.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe three barriers for the African American with ADHD in seeking help 2. Describe and apply seven strategies for helping the African American with ADHD 3. Discuss the cultural differences between the African American client compared to others with ADHD


Session : CHADD1438
FC6: Helping the Siblings of Children with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Arthur Robin, Ph.D.
  • Dr. Robin will consider the following ways in which a child with ADHD negatively impacts siblings: anger, jealousy, sadness, disappointment, chaotic household, aggression, destruction of property, ridicule, strain on siblings’ friends, worry about ADHD sibling and parents, disruption to sense of security and self-esteem. Then, Dr. Robin will discuss strategies that parents can use to help the sibling cope with these negative impacts: validation, empathy, explanation of ADHD, adjusting expectation for sibling relationships, make the home user-friendly, redefine family outings, be fair with positive incentives, play to each child’s strengths, seek external support, celebrate positive coping, and be developmentally sensitive.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the negative impact that a child with ADHD can have on his/her siblings 2. Discuss research pertaining to strategies that address negative impact of ADHD in the home 3. Apply behavior management strategies to improve sibling relationships when one child as ADHD


Session : CHADD1440
FC8: Less Stimulants. More Attention
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Oren Mason, MD
  • Since public and patient discomfort with stimulants persists, treating professionals must be skilled with alternative treatments. Non-stimulants by themselves or in combination with low-dose stimulants have advantages that are often worth the patience they require. Clinical methods and algorithms will be explored to encourage the use of non-stimulant alternatives without sacrificing the high level of efficacy that stimulants historically induce.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Select patients that are likely to benefit from non-stimulant ADHD medications 2. Implement medication algorithms that emphasize non-stimulant choices 3. Use clinical metrics to systematically measure symptom reduction 4. Optimize therapeutic response to reduce impairments and improved long-term outcomes 5. Increase use of non-stimulant medications for ADHD while improving clinical response and patient satisfaction


Session : CHADD1441
FC9: An Analysis of the Enrollment Patterns and Graduation Rates of College Students with ADHD/LD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Theresa Laurie Maitland, Psy. D.
  • Although more students with ADHD and/or LD are now attending college, there is limited research detailing how their experiences differ from the general study body. This session will share the compelling results of a study comparing enrollment and graduation data from 2000 students diagnosed with ADHD and/or LD with 9000 of their non-disabled peers. The findings suggest that students with ADHD/LD are at significant risk for academic challenges and that using services can be a protective measure against their challenges.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the current literature regarding the college transition experiences of students with ADHD and/or LD 2. Discuss what support services are available for ADHD/LD students attending college 3. Discuss and apply strategies to better prepare teens with ADHD/LD for college


Session : CHADD1442
Closing Plenary: Me Want it, But Me Wait: Self Regulation
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Presenter: Autumn Zitani
  • For more than four decades Sesame Street has been engaging children, parents, and caregivers to play and learn together, with the help of some furry friends. Sesame Workshop is providing a variety of ways to have fun learning letters and numbers and also important health, safety, and socio-emotional lessons through various media platforms such as television, books, online, video games, and community engagement. Most recently, Sesame Street‘s engaging and loveable monsters and diverse human cast are helping children become prepared for school and for life by modeling and practicing important self-regulation skills and strategies. Learn about the work that Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, is doing and how they are helping children learn the skills and strategies necessary to manage emotions, navigate friendships, cope with stressful situations and improve cognitive executive function tasks, such as impulse control, working memory, focusing and shifting attention. Autumn Zitani, Director of Content, will share insight into the research and development of Sesame Street’s self-regulation curriculum and show examples of how it is incorporated into the show and across their media platforms.


Session : CHADD1443
SA1: Developmental Course of ADHD: Preschool through Adulthood
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • James Swanson, Ph.D. (Moderator) Benjamin Lahey, Ph.D., Maggie Sibley, Ph.D.
  • The onset and persistence of ADHD are important topics related to critical questions about the life-course of the disorder, which have been addressed by two of the leading investigators in the field. Benjamin Lahey will describe his extensive experience with subtypes of ADHD and provide an example from a longitudinal study of early diagnosis of ADHD in preschool, the persistence of the diagnosis, and the stability of subtypes. Margaret Sibley will describe work on adolescents with ADHD, and she will provide an example from the Pittsburgh ADHD Longitudinal Study (PALS) on differences between self (proband) report and other (parent) report on ratings scales used to assess ADHD symptoms and associated impairment. Together, these presentations will provide an update on the life-course of ADHD from early childhood to early adulthood.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the stages of development for a child with ADHD from early childhood to early adulthood 2. Analyze data on diagnostic persistence in school-age children 3. Discuss the literature pertaining to the persistence of ADHD beyond childhood


Session : CHADD1444
SA2: Distracted and Disorganized: Sure-Fire Strategies to Empower Women with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Terry Matlen
  • Women with ADHD have specific and often debilitating challenges. Society expects them to juggle it all: home responsibilities, parenting, work, and social connections, all while keeping everyone in the family (including themselves) in balance. Problems with executive functioning and working memory, which play out in procrastination, disorganization, memory issues, hyper-reactivity and more, make it a huge challenge to stay “on top of their game.” Such frustrations often lead to anxiety, depression, failures in relationships and tremendous stress. This combined lecture and interactive session will discuss the challenges women with ADHD face, but will also offer specific strategies on organizing/clutter control, time management, meal planning, parenting, self-care and more.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the specific challenges that women with ADHD face in day to day activities due to their neurobiology 2. Identify old patterns and learn how to change expectations of oneself, letting go of the idealized/perfect woman, mother, partner 3. Discuss how to forgive oneself in the context of a new understanding of how the ADHD brain works 4. Learn specific strategies for coping in the areas of: time management, organizing/clutter, parenting, relationships, work settings 5. Identify sources of finding needed support


Session : CHADD1445
SA3: Productivity 2.0. Getting Things Done (GTD) with ADHD. Strategies, Apps & other tools to GTD with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Eric Tivers
  • Adults with ADHD have difficulty with executive functioning (EF). On a day to day level, this means difficulty with getting things done (GTD). Individuals with ADHD can drastically improve productivity by leveraging technology. From behavior-predicting, information-pushing, location-reminding smart phone apps, to Facebook and Internet blocking timers, your productivity awaits. Learn the strategies, discover the tools.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Showcase over 25 productivity tools including including apps, software and other gadgets that can help with many ADHD related symptoms, specifically memory and motivation 2. Discuss various productivity methods for managing inboxes, calendars, to do lists, mind mapping and more 3. Identify common thinking errors that frequently interfere with productivity 4. Discuss ways to determine what types of tools and strategies are needed to accommodate executive dysfunction, and describe methods for evaluating its effectiveness 5. Explain how smart technologies are evening the playing field for individuals with ADHD and other neurological learning differences


Session : CHADD1447
SA5: ADHD Goes to School
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mark Bertin, MD
  • To address ADHD only as a disorder of attention or hyperactivity underestimates its impact on education. Impairments of executive function directly affect how children learn, and up to two-thrids of children with ADHD also have a learning disability. Everything from classroom management to curriculum choices may influence a child with ADHD's education. For children to sustain motivation and succeed, indvidualized planning takes a multi-faceted view of ADHD.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. To discuss the impact of ADHD and exeuctive function on academic performance 2. To review common comorbid conditions that occur with ADHD and affect learning 3. To explain the impact of popular curriculum on the experience of children with ADHD 4. To describe classroom based interventions that support ADHD 5. To describe parent and family based interventions that support academic progress with ADHD


Session : CHADD1448
SA6: Attention Deficits & Reading Achievement: Efficacy of Neurofeedback as an Intervention…
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Jeffry La Marca
  • Neurofeedback (NF), a form of biofeedback that uses electroenchalography (EEG) that records the electrical activity of the brain, has been used to treat symptoms of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder since the 1970s. To date, essentially all of the research on NF has been conducted in clinical settings and examined symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity; no studies have directly examined academic achievement. This session will report on the results of the first study to examine the use of NF in a public school setting to improve reading fluency and comprehension.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe neurofeedback 2. Distinguish neurofeedback from other interventions used in school settings 3. Explain potential use of neurofeedback in schools 4. Examine literature on neurofeedback and academic achievement 5. Cite resources for additional information on neurofeedback



     


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