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


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Session : CHADD1722
FA07 Impulsivity: Understanding the Causes and Reducing the Consequences
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  • Sandy Maynard, MS
  • In this presentation adults with ADHD and coaches who support them will learn factors that contribute to impulsivity and how to reduce or eliminate impulsive behaviors. Strategies for restraint of pen and tongue, curbing impulse shopping and alleviating stressful triggers that incite impulsive reactions will be given. Utilizing a three-phase process consisting of exploration, insight and action, participants will gain a greater understanding of impulsivity versus spontaneity and learn healthier, more appropriate ADHD coping skills.


Session : CHADD1723
FA08 The Second Attention Disorder: Sluggish Cognitive Tempo vs. ADHD - Nature, Impairments, and Management
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  • Russell Barkley, PhD
  • Since 1798, the medical literature on attention disorders has distinguished between at least two kinds, one a disorder of distractibility, lack of sustained attention, and poor inhibition and the other a disorder of low power, arousal, or focus. This second disorder has been largely ignored for nearly two centuries until the mid-1980s when studies of children having ADD without Hyperactivity suggested that an important subset had a relatively distinct pattern of symptoms not central to ADHD. These symptoms included daydreaming, mental fogginess and confusion, staring, slow processing of information, hypoactivity, slow movement, and lethargy, among others. The new pattern was called sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT). Controversy has continued over the past 25 years on the nature of SCT and whether it is a subtype of ADHD or a distinct disorder from it. In this presentation, Dr. Barkley reviews the history of SCT and what is known about it from past research. He also describes the results of his own recent investigations into SCT in children and the only study of SCT in adults that he recently published, all of which suggest that SCT is a distinct disorder from ADHD but one that may overlap with it in nearly half of all cases. Dr. Barkley discusses the differences between SCT in symptoms, executive functioning, comorbidity for other disorders, and psychosocial impairment and what little is known about differential treatment response. He also discusses several different possibilities for explaining the underlying nature of SCT.


Session : CHADD1724
FA09 Fostering Response-Ability: Encouraging Positive Goals, Actions, and Behavior
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  • John Willson, M.S., LRT/CTRS
  • Imagine a world where both you and your child make choices about how to engage rather than react. Finding ways to encourage Response - Ability in children with ADHD can be uniquely challenging. This workshop will review thoughtful strategies that will help you put a plan together to nurture a child’s ability to make appropriate goals, and take responsibility for their actions and behavior. This workshop will outline strategies to help parents and professionals work with children to produce better results in decision-making, follow through, and taking responsibility by learning to practice Response-Ability.


Session : CHADD1725
RS01 Research Symposium I
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  • This year, the 1st Research Symposium (on Friday) will include the 3 new “Hall of Fame” members (Steve Pliszka, Mark Stein, and Len Adler). Steve Pliszka, MD (Professor and Chair of Psychiatry at the University of Texas San Antonio) will make a presentation on “Understanding the role of emotional lability as a precursor to disordered aggression”; Mark Stein, PhD (Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the University of Washington) will make a presentation on "Effects of ADHD Treatments on Sleep: Are children with ADHD Sleepy and hypoactive?”; Len Adler (Professor of Psychiatric at New York University) will make a presentation on “The Importance of Executive Function in ADHD and the ADHD Screener”.


Session : CHADD1726
FB01 Exercise and ADHD: Enhancing Performance through Physical Activity.
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  • Zara Harris & Ruth Mulvany
  • Two experienced therapists (physical and occupational) provide an overview of the science behind improving focus, learning, and quality of life for individuals with ADHD through physical activity. They will explain the importance of recognizing the (clumsy) child with delayed gross motor skills and ADHD. They will emphasize the importance of the family and community in these days of decreased school funding for physical exercise and suggest ways to match the individual with the right sport or activity for him or her.


Session : CHADD1727
FB02 How Do I Get My Kid To Talk TO Me Instead of AT Me or NOT At All?
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  • Jill Linkoff
  • One of the greatest challenges parents of children with ADHD face is that they have a difficult time helping their children manage their frustration and anger. Before very long, children become upset and struggle to communicate why they are troubled. Additionally, they often have a difficult time understanding how their behavior and position may be impacting another person or situation. This workshop will address Effective Communication on three levels: why communication is more challenging for children with ADHD, why actively teaching communication skills can vastly improve relationships and self-regulation, and how to help parents teach the art of a productive conversation. Games and techniques will be introduced to demonstrate methods of teaching children the steps involved in being heard, communicating that they truly understood what is being said, and expressing empathy for another person’s perspective.


Session : CHADD1729
FB04 ADHD and Eating Disorders
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  • James Greenblatt, MD
  • As researchers continue to explore the relationship between ADHD and eating disorders, the available research suggests that the same patterns of neurochemical imbalances in the reward-related regions of the brain are present in clients in both populations. Research has found that girls who were diagnosed with ADHD in childhood are at risk for self-reported disordered eating behaviors and body image dissatisfaction, and were 3.6 times more likely to meet criteria for an eating disorder at the five-year follow-up when compared to their non-ADHD counterparts. Early identification of maladaptive eating behaviors and prevention strategies are necessary for this vulnerable population, as eating disorders have the highest mortality rate among all psychiatric disorders. Due to the potentially fatal complications of untreated ADHD, healthcare providers and caregivers must be well-informed to effectively intervene. This presentation will enable clinicians to successfully distinguish ADHD and eating disorder symptomology as part of a targeted prevention effort.


Session : CHADD1730
FB05 Bridge Over Troubled Water: Navigating the AD/HD-Affected Relationship
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  • Susan Tschudi
  • The ADHD-affected relationship (one partner has ADHD and the other does not) can be harmonious and satisfying despite some of the problems created by the symptoms of adult ADHD, such as impulsivity, distractibility, and restlessness. This session will help to identify some of the common roadblocks that ADHD-affected couples experience and will offer key strategies to overcome and avoid these roadblocks in order to achieve a higher level of relational success.


Session : CHADD1731
FB06 Helping Parents of Dependent Adults with ADHD Regain Their Lost Happiness
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  • Sharyn Rhodes, PhD
  • The parents of financially dependent adult children with ADHD are often depleted of their own happiness as a result of continually supporting, "coaching," and intervening in issues created by their adult, while ignoring their own pain and resentment. This session documents the changes that were made to CHADD of Greater Baltimore's support group for parents of adults with ADHD, to support them through a program called The Keys to Happiness (Rhodes, 2016), a customized modification


Session : CHADD1732
FB07 Building Self-Motivation in Teens with ADHD: What Parents and Teachers Can Do to Help.
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  • Margaret Sibley
  • Designed to introduce parents and teachers to the nature of motivation problems in teens with ADHD, this session will discuss what adults can do to promote the development of self-motivation in these youth. It will include educational content on adolescent brain development and ADHD, as well as practical strategies to help teens become self-motivated and self-directed. We will also discuss common dilemmas faced by parents and teachers, such as what to do when the teen has unrealistic goals for their future (i.e., becoming a YouTube personality), whether or not to rely on external rewards and consequences to motivate struggling teens, and how to strike a balance between supporting teen independence and providing needed structure and assistance to a teen with ADHD.



     


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