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26th Annual International Conference on ADHD


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Its a GIFT

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Event : CHADD109


Session : CHADD1459
SC4: Strategies for Strengthening Executive Functions: Improving self-awareness, increasing social competency, and impacting student achievement
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mike Perkins
  • This presentation will provide research-based strategies that address executive functioning weaknesses, classroom climate, and social/emotional learning, which in turn positively impacts academic success. A variety of interventions will be presented that can be applied individually, in small groups, or to the class as a whole. They are easily adaptable to all ages and are aimed at self-awareness, personal independence, emotional control, task completion and increasing social capacity. Participants will be provided handouts that are lessons with specific strategies described for improving self-monitoring, task completion, and social skills. Visual supports are also provided in addition to a kid-friendly, mini PowerPoint lesson on self-monitoring that can be utilized by teachers, counselors, and parents.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Participants will identify weaknesses in executive functions and how they negatively impact academic, social, and behavioral performance 2. Participants will describe interventions aimed at strengthening executive functions and increasing student achievement 3. Participants will apply strategies to individual students, groups of students and the class as a whole, and be able to differentiate application for individual learning needs 4. Participants will describe obstacles that are inherent in working with children with executive functioning deficits 5. Participants will explain the importance that self-awareness has on increasing a child's independence, and describe activities that can be implemented that will improve his or her skills


Session : CHADD1460
SC5: Boosting Executive Skills in Reading and Writing
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Margaret Foster
  • Effective executive functioning is essential to the development of fluent reading and writing. This presentation will overview the recent research on EF as it applies to reading and writing and offer strategies for boosting the performance of students with these issues. Practical examples and opportunities for application will be included.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Using simple models, we will explore reading as a complex system of deriving meaning from print.This process requires fluid executive functioning skills for full engagement and understanding 2. We will explore the ways in which the writing process involves a blending of cognitive and fine motor activities mediated by EF strategies. These executive functions are essential for clear and efficient written expression 3. Participants will identify the executive function challenges of one of their students and apply the concepts presented 4. Participants will clarify the reading or writing challenges of one student and choose one to three strategies to implement 5. Participants will examine and apply a 4 Quadrant Model for assessing levels of independence. This model will guide intervention by helping the student move from guided practice to distributed practice in order to support the reluctant or emerging reader or writer


Session : CHADD1461
SC7: Armed & Ready to Parent ADHD: What To Do When You Leave This Conference
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Diane Dempster; Elaine Taylor-Klaus
  • Parents attending a CHADD conference, whether novices or seasoned veterans, usually leave feeling like we’ve been drinking from a fire hose for days! The information is incredible – but where should you start? How can you turn all of this great information into action steps that will actually work for your child and your family? This workshop will teach you 3 critical foundations to turn valuable information into action, regardless of what’s happening when you walk back into your house. Participants will have a hands-on opportunity to consider what you’ve learned at CHADD, and leave with a short-term, individualized plan for action. Let this workshop help you step back into family life feeling calm and confident, clear about your next steps to support your family.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Identify three foundations for successful implementation of parent management activities for ADHD children. 2. Discuss how parent mindset can be a catalyst for change in the family. 3. Explore & Enumerate the benefits of setting of clear priorities and tackling issues one at a time. 4. Describe the benefits of creating a team of support for families living with ADHD children, and Identify potential allies. 5. Develop individualized, short-term plans for follow up after the conference


Session : CHADD1462
SC8: Teenage Girls with ADHD: Proactive Steps to Turn Turmoil into Smoother Sailing
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mary Richey
  • Teenage girls with ADHD benefit from the support of parents and support personnel who are knowledgeable about current research on the potential problems girls face in their lives, including social, emotional, physical, in school and in the community. Learn how to help your teenager leverage her strengths and accommodate her weaknesses to achieve independence. Participants will be guided in developing a Dynamic Action Plan to help them think about their teenage daughter in all areas of her life in terms of what she needs in the present as well as in the short-term and long-term to maximize her potential.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Identify how to help a teenage girl with ADHD gain an understanding of her strengths and weaknesses. 2. Discuss various strategies for strengthening or accommodating weaknesses. 3. Explain some changes that can be expected in school, family, and community as a girl with ADHD enters adolescence. 4. Identify some strategies for handling social issues. 5. Develop an action plan with specific steps to assist girls with ADHD become more independent.


Session : CHADD1463
SC9: A Parents guide to the medical treatment of ADHD with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Edward Aull, MD
  • Dr. Aull will discuss the treatment of ADHD in patients who also have autism spectrum disorders. He will discuss traits and responses to medication that may help elucidate it the patient might have an autism spectrum disorder, typically Asperger's syndrome, when only ADHD seemed to be the presenting issue.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Identify issues of ADHD within autism spectrum disorders 2. Understand side effects issues of ADHD medications in patients with autism spectrum disorders 3. Learn how medications can be adjusted to minimize side effects in patients with autism spectrum disorders 4. Learn how anti-anxiety medications may allow for a more successful treatment of ADHD when anxiety or autism spectrum disorders coexist 5. Learn how medication response may help support a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder



     


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