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26th Annual International Conference on ADHD


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Event : CHADD109


Session : CHADD1449
SB1: ADHD, Eating and Mindfulness: Practical Solutions for Promoting Weight Regulation and a Healthy Relationship with Food
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.; Mark Bertin
  • Growing research connects ADHD with eating disorders and obesity. Distracted eating, impulsive decisions around eating and shopping, and deceased self-monitoring amongst people with ADHD all impact the relationship with food. ADHD also tends to increase stress levels, leading many people to habitual patterns around eating for comfort. Mindfulness is a research-backed, accessible practice that facilitates change. This session balances discussion of ADHD and eating with interactive exercises participants can begin using immediately in their everyday lives. The emphasis is on practical advice for handling issues around ADHD and eating.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Understand the cognitive, emotional, and neurobiological factors that predispose men and women with ADHD to develop eating disorders or become obese 2. Cite studies that demonstrate a correlation between ADHD and obesity, as well as eating disorders 3. Learn ADHD-friendly ways to achieve healthy weight 4. Describe the impact of ADHD and related executive function deficits on eating habits and the ability to sustain new routines around nutrition 5. Describe how mindfulness and eating supports healthy habits and the ability to break old habits and sustain new ones around nutrition


Session : CHADD1450
SB2: ADHD Women in Relationship: Clinical Implications
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Linda Roggli
  • It IS different for ADHD women, especially when it comes to their primary relationships. Find out how female ADHD issues impact trust, physical intimacy, parenting and conflict management in this lively session. Evidence-based data show that ADHD women want to stay in their relationships; this session will offer solutions that can make that happen.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.To explore at least six evidenced-based reasons women’s ADHD impacts primary relationships differently than ADHD men 2. To understand the three hormonal life cycles for women and their effect on relationship harmony 3.To learn practical options to solving three of the most difficult issues that are heightened in ADHD women 4. To better understand the two potentially life-threatening issues that plague ADHD women and, by extension, their partners 5. To learn four steps to accommodate and integrate new knowledge about ADHD in women in order to effect a stronger relationship


Session : CHADD1451
SB4: Veteran Educators Share Favorite Teaching Strategies
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Billy Abney, Sara Clark
  • Two award winning veteran teachers will share their favorite teaching strategies for students with ADHD. Both of these teachers identify student strengths and find a way to help them succeed. Hands-on interactive teaching strategies will be reviewed. Plus participants will learn about untapped opportunities for success for our students in “Agri-science” classes.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.Describe one way a teacher can divide class instruction into segments and use different teaching strategies to create a high interest environment plus maximize students’ attention 2.Give a tip for teaching basic academic skills that were not mastered during earlier school years such as, enhancing social, study, or memorization skills 3. Identify a teaching strategy that is especially helpful to students with ADHD and academic or “academically related” executive function deficits 4.Describe an assertive strategy for ensuring that even high school students complete and submit all school and homework 5. Describe one innovative teaching strategy and explain how you might adapt it at home or in the classroom
  • Biography: Dr. Sara Clark instructs high school agricultural education classes in agriscience, plant science, and agribusiness. In addition, she is the FFA advisor with students winning at national and state levels. Dr. Clark has taught for over twenty years and has incorporated numerous teaching strategies to motivate students to achieve success—especially those with learning challenges like ADHD. Recently, Clark was honored by winning Agriscience Teacher of the Year of Georgia and a top four finalist for Agriscience Teacher of the Year in the nation.


Session : CHADD1452
SB5: I Hate Writing! But, I Can't Type Either!: Addressing the comorbidity of ADHD and Developmental Coordination Disorder
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Zara Harris; Dina Vatcha
  • Two, experienced occupational therapists will address the importance of recognizing fine motor delays often seen as poor handwriting in students with ADHD. Research shows that the adult outcomes of the ADHD+DCD is significantly poorer psychosocially than ADHD alone and therefore important to address as early as possible. They will demonstrate low-tech and high-tech strategies to help these students at home and at school.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.Describe the symptoms of Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) 2.Discuss the impact of DCD on a child’s ability to perform tasks at school and at home 3.Cite the research that highlights the importance of addressing both handwriting and keyboarding 4.Describe practical methods for improving written expression 5. Explore digital tools to aid in effective written expression, including assistive technology, while emphasizing the need for careful selection for each student


Session : CHADD1453
SB6: ADHD Non-Medication Treatments: Fact versus Myth
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Stepanie Sarkis, Ph.D.
  • Clinicians will discover the empirical data regarding various nonmedication treatments for ADHD. Nonmedication treatments such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness practice, exercise, Omega 3-6-9 supplements, and attention training programs will be presented. Clinicians will learn how these treatments compare to current medication treatments.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Explain the benefits and side effects of non-medication treatments versus medication treatments for ADHD 2. Discuss and assess the most up-to-date empirical data regarding various non-medication treatments for ADHD 3. Describe the safety and efficacy of non-medication treatments for ADHD


Session : CHADD1454
SB7: Stop the Chaos! Tips for Creating a Peaceful Household When Both Parents and Children Have ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Terry Matlen
  • Parents with ADHD often feel overwhelmed. It’s hard enough to manage one’s own life, but add a child or two (or more) with or without ADHD and everything seems to fall apart. This session will discuss the inherent difficulties of living with ADHD- from the viewpoint of the child as well as the parent- and offer strategic hands on interventions, tips and strategies from getting chores done, keeping track of school papers, managing difficult behaviors and utilizing new ideas for keeping everyone on track. Tips on self-care for the parent will also be addressed.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Identify the symptomatology shared by both children and adults with ADHD 2. Discuss the specific challenges that accompany family life when one or both parents with ADHD are raising a child or children with ADHD 3. Identify specific parenting strategies for living a happier, healthy life as an ADHD family 4. Cite resources available to families and how to use them 5. Discuss how to let go of the “ideal internalized family model ” and enjoy the uniqueness of each family member


Session : CHADD1455
SB8: Tips to Build Your Child or Teen's Executive Skills
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Marydee Sklar
  • You have read all about executive functions. Now what? The presenter will share her twenty years of experience with helping parents teach their children time-management and planning skills. Build a deeper understanding about the connections between the brain, our emotions, and the ability to get things done. Learn practical, simple, proven strategies and tools to change your child’s behavior connected to chores and homework.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Using Dawson and Guare’s model, analyze the executive functioning strengths and weaknesses of both you (the parent) and your child 2. Describe the connection between one's experience as a learner and your behavior 3. Explain why an ADHD child needs to have external time tools in their environment 4. Determine how and where to use specific external time tools to support your child 5. Describe the three strategies needed to help students complete future projects on time


Session : CHADD1456
SB9: ADHD and Anxiety: Common, Complex, Comorbid Companions
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Oren Mason, MD
  • Anxiety disorders are often present in individuals with ADHD. The combination of both disorders can be especially disabling and difficult to treat. Recognition of this burdensome combination allows better selection of the multi-faceted, highly individualized therapies needed for the person with both conditions.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Recognize accommodative function of comorbid anxiety in ADHD patients 2. Discuss the additional burdens that comorbid anxiety adds to ADHD without anxiety 3. Apply medication algorithms to effectively relieve symptoms of both ADHD and anxiety


Session : CHADD1457
SC2: ADHD and the Work Place: Success Stories and Strategies
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Belynda Gauthier
  • Ringing telephones, chatty co-workers, emails beeping, printers humming... and somehow you have to get some real work done! There are a number of employment laws protecting employees with disabilities in the workplace, and sorting through these can be a challenge. Even more challenging is deciding whether and how to reveal to employers that one has AD/HD. This session will address these issues from the point of view of a Human Resources professional who has personal experience with AD/HD, as well as over thirty years of experience implementing workplace accommodations for disabilities.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Participants will learn how to respond appropriately to reprimands and performance improvement plans 2. Participants will distinguish what accommodations might best work for them 3. Participants will identify techniques for discussing workplace challenges with supervisory staff 4. Participants will distinguish how to use their strengths to become successful in the workplace, while avoiding or developing accommodations for their challenges related to AD/HD 5. Participants will examine how to respond appropriately to reprimands and performance improvement plans


Session : CHADD1458
SC3: Collaboration:Creating the Best Team to Support Your Adult ADHD Self
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Andrea Sharb; Sue West
  • ADHD adults have many options for support in creating an ADHD life that fits. In this session we’ll sort through those options, discuss the benefits of creating a support team and of encouraging collaboration among members of that team. We’ll also discuss best practices for working with your team. You’ll leave this session with new ideas about what ADHD support looks like and the beginnings of a plan to provide better support for your ADHD self.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Build awareness of traditional and non-traditional support available for Adult ADHD 2. Learn the benefits of a team approach to support 3. Become aware of the different types of collaboration available and the benefits of collaboration 4. Be exposed to best practices for managing a supportive team and working collaboratively with the team at the onset and as it changes over time 5. Be empowered by taking the first steps to building a team through discussion of case studies and handouts and through completion of class exercises
  • Biography: Sue West, Certified Organizer Coach and Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization, works with people to figure out what matters most and create time for what matters. Sue has specialized for the past 10 years in working with adults with ADHD and adults dealing with life changes or who are in transition. She is the current Director of Research for the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, and is a two-term past president of her local chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers. She is a published author and adjunct community college instructor, because as much as she loves to learn she loves to share and educate even more, supporting people in changing their own lives.



     


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