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29th Annual International Conference on ADHD - 2017 - Connect & Recharge


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Session : CHADD1714
KEY01 Opening Keynote - Focus on the Future: Individual- and Population-Level Perspectives on ADHD
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  • Georgina Peacock, MD, MPH, FAAP
  • Dr. Peacock will relay her experiences assessing and treating children with ADHD, and the implications of those experiences on CDC’s public health activities to support families, get children and adolescents the right care at the right time, and educate professionals and decision makers about ADHD.


Session : CHADD1714AUDIO_VIDEO
KEY01 Opening Keynote - Focus on the Future: Individual- and Population-Level Perspectives on ADHD
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  • Georgina Peacock, MD, MPH, FAAP
  • Dr. Peacock will relay her experiences assessing and treating children with ADHD, and the implications of those experiences on CDC’s public health activities to support families, get children and adolescents the right care at the right time, and educate professionals and decision makers about ADHD.


Session : CHADD1715
KEY02 Friday Keynote - The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World
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  • Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD
  • We live in extraordinary times. Rapid advances in information technology continuously transform our lives in countless ways. But we are now aware that our increasingly information-saturated world, coupled with growing expectations of constant availability and immediate responsiveness, place excessive demands on our brains. The consequences are detrimental effects on our safety, health, education, workplace, and relationships with family and friends. Dr. Adam Gazzaley, a neuroscientist and trailblazer in the study of how our brains process information, will take us on a journey into how and why we struggle with interruptions and distractions that emerge from both our inner and outer worlds. He will present a unique evolutionary perspective: that the very essence of what has evolved in our brains to make us most human—our ability to set high-level goals —collides headfirst with our brain’s fundamental limitations in cognitive control. He will conclude by offering practical strategies for modifying our behavior and sharing the latest innovations from Neuroscape, his research center at UCS. Find out how we can enhance our brain function, so that we can better survive and thrive in the information age.


Session : CHADD1715AUDIO_VIDEO
KEY02 Friday Keynote - The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World
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Its a GIFT
  • Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD
  • We live in extraordinary times. Rapid advances in information technology continuously transform our lives in countless ways. But we are now aware that our increasingly information-saturated world, coupled with growing expectations of constant availability and immediate responsiveness, place excessive demands on our brains. The consequences are detrimental effects on our safety, health, education, workplace, and relationships with family and friends. Dr. Adam Gazzaley, a neuroscientist and trailblazer in the study of how our brains process information, will take us on a journey into how and why we struggle with interruptions and distractions that emerge from both our inner and outer worlds. He will present a unique evolutionary perspective: that the very essence of what has evolved in our brains to make us most human—our ability to set high-level goals —collides headfirst with our brain’s fundamental limitations in cognitive control. He will conclude by offering practical strategies for modifying our behavior and sharing the latest innovations from Neuroscape, his research center at UCS. Find out how we can enhance our brain function, so that we can better survive and thrive in the information age


Session : CHADD1716
FA01 It's Exhausting Pretending to Be Normal: Secrets to Coming Out of the (ADHD) Closet
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  • Linda Roggli
  • Are you an ADHD double agent? Do you let your ADHD out to play when you’re at home, but slap on a mask of “normal” when you appear in public? You’re not alone. Most ADHD adults have learned to hide behind a variety of masks that allow them to “pass” in a linear world. It’s exhausting pretending to be normal, day after day, but it’s also embarrassing to show up in all your ADHD glory. What’s the solution? This session takes a look at the reasons behind the ADHD Masquerade and its impact on relationships, job performance, and health and wellbeing. We’ll discuss the wide variety of masks chosen by ADHD folks such as The Perfectionist, The Space Cadet, The Intellect, The Rebel, and others. Then we’ll set out some practical steps so you can shed some or all of those protective masks. Step out of the ADHD closet and into your Authentic Self in this lively, humorous session with a serious message: It’s okay to be yourself!


Session : CHADD1717
FA02 Memory Magic: Learning How To Remember
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  • Joan Teach
  • Making your mind a marvelous memory machine takes patience, concentration, focus, and willful effort. Shifting short-term memory into long-term memory requires learning strategies. Come explore the facts around memory’s unique properties, and through experiential learning exercises enable yourself to develop a set of skills to enhance your own memory.


Session : CHADD1718
FA03 Making the Virtual Virtuous - Cultivating New Relationships with Our Digital Technology through Mindfulness
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  • Christopher Willard & Mark Bertin, MD
  • Boundaries around digital media bedevil parents and professionals, requiring a balancing act between education and entertainment, against the fact that children require firm, common sense limits to thrive. Hundreds of studies have now established clear concerns about the misuse of media as a negative influence on child development. Excess time and inappropriate content have been linked to everything from academic problems to obesity, to early drinking and poor body image, to disturbances in executive function. Media use isn’t inherently bad, but research demonstrates clearly that it does need to be monitored well for the safety of our children. This session will provide an overview of media research, as well as offering engaging and practical ways to use mindfulness and common sense to return technology to its rightful place as a useful tool that we use, rather than being used by.


Session : CHADD1719
FA04 From Shame to Compassion: Internal Family Systems and ADHD
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  • Michel Fitos
  • Internal Family Systems and its focus on bringing balance and harmony to clients' inner system of parts through the development of Self-leadership opens up enormous possibilities in working with people with ADHD. Our clients are often burdened with enormous amounts of shame and helplessness around their ADHD symptoms, and enormous amounts of energy are tied up in struggles between different motivations. Giving clients the tools to identify these parts of themselves and learn to work with them frees up enormous amounts of inner space and energy, and transforms clients' relationships to their selves from shame to compassion. This workshop will include an opportunity to make parts maps, and there will be a short demo session with an audience member.


Session : CHADD1720
FA05 The Impact of ADHD in Cultural Diversity
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  • Cheryl Hamilton, MA, LPC, CAMS-II & Mechell Guy
  • This presentation offers an overview into understanding, assessing and treating African-American and Hispanic/Latino children diagnosed with ADHD. A basic review of the “multimodal” plan of intervention strategies, tailored to the needs of the individual child and family (AAP, 2001). This will include a combination of medical, behavioral/psychosocial, and educational interventions, implemented as needed at different times in the child’s life span. Children with ADHD often do best with a combination of structuring of their environment, medication, behavior modification and specific behavior management strategies, educational support, counseling and parent training.


Session : CHADD1721
FA06 What Are the Symptoms that Might Change the Diagnosis from ADHD to Asperger's Syndrome
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  • Edward Aull, MD
  • Edward Aull, MD, will discuss the symptoms that help a clinician determine whether a patient simply has ADHD, or if they might have mild autism. Some symptoms attributed to ADHD are really more often related to autism issues. Patients with significant autism are usually readily diagnosed, but when the number and severity of symptoms are less prominent, the diagnosis of Asperger syndrome is often missed, especially in females. It is not uncommon for mild social deficits not to show up until the patient reaches high school and tries to maintain a “steady dating” relationship. Other issues, such as making and keeping friends, anxiety, eye contact, sensory issues, language-based learning disability, and incorrect reading of nonverbal cues will be discussed. There will also be some discussion on how certain symptoms will alter medication usage in the mild autism spectrum patients. Dr. Aull has long felt that some of the patients who are thought to have “just” ADHD, whose treatment has not been consistent or fraught with side effects of medication treatment, may have an autism spectrum disorder. He will try to show how one or two mild symptoms may actually lead to an amended diagnosis and treatment. Patients with Asperger syndrome do indeed typically have ADHD also, but the medication management is often a little more difficult to achieve optimal outcomes.



     


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