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The CHADD Annual Conference is the major research, practice and public information conference dedicated to issues related to ADHD. The annual conference brings together researchers, clinicians, educators, parents, other caregivers and adults with ADHD.

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CHADD 1002 TA2: ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data/New Ideas
CHADD 1014 TB7: Back to Basics: An ADHD Primer

CHADD 1019 TCG1: Opening Keynote: The Importance Of Emotion      
CHADD 1021 FB1: Addressing Executive Function Deficits At Home & School
CHADD 1022 FB2: Mindful Approaches to Managing Emotions
CHADD 1026 FBRI: Research Symposium

CHADD 1027 FC1: The Nature Of Executive Functioning in ADHD
CHADD 1032 FC5: New Concepts of ADHD: Executive Functions
CHADD 1034 FC7: Ten Golden Rules for Interacting with Children

CHADD 1038 FD10: EEG Neurofeedback for ADHD
CHADD 1045 FD8: Change Strategies Used in CBT for Adult ADHD

CHADD 1047 FF1: An Evening Of Hope, Humor and Honors
CHADD 1048 SAG1: Closing Keynote What 2 Do & Why: Strategies 4 Success
CHADD 1051 SB3: Making the Grade with ADHD: How to Succeed in College 

CHADD 1053 SB5: Organizing the ADHD Brain
CHADD 1054 SBRII: Research Symposium II
CHADD 1055 SC1: ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome: Why Does it Matter

CHADD 1060 SC6: Neurocognitive Tools for the ADD Toolbox
CHADD 1063 SC9: Mindful Awareness in Treatment of Adult ADHD
CHADD 1066 SD2: Homework: Headaches and Heartaches
CHADD 1073 SD9: Strengthening Executive Function

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Event : CHADD102


Session : CHADD1011
TB4: Beyond Medications: A Review Of Adjunctive Treatments
SEMINAR [Adult] [Healthcare] [Psychologist]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • J. Russell Ramsay Ph.D.
  • While the benefits of medication for ADHD have been shown through numerous well designed studies, medication alone rarely addresses the full range of issues caused by this complex condition. Research indicates most people with ADHD have ¬īcomorbid‚Äô conditions, such as developmental delays, learning disabilities or mental health concerns, as well as executive function difficulites. And one of ten with ADHD do not respond well to medications. This talk reviews research regarding behavioral, parenting, and educational interventions, along studies of popular complementary approaches.
  • Beyond Medications: A Review of Adjunctive Treatments for Adult ADHD: 1. To understand the benefits of ADHD medication as well as its limitations in addressing comorbid conditions, executive function problems, and implications for the approximately ten percent of people with ADHD who do not respond well to medication. 2. To understand what research says about behavioral approaches to managing ADHD. 3. To understand research regarding parenting and ADHD. 4. To understand evidence based educational approaches to ADHD in the classroom. 5. To understand which commonly used complementary approaches have evidence for or against their use.


Session : CHADD1013
TB6: The Positive Impact Of Coaching on Family Dynamics
LECTURE [Coaching]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Nancy Ratey Ed.M., MCC, Jodi Sleeper-Triplett MCC
  • ADHD affects the entire family unit! Spouses, partners, parents, children, siblings and significant others often become confused, frustrated and angry and the family member with ADHD may lack the understanding, support and structure needed to succeed. All of this is exacerbated when there are multiple family members struggling with ADHD and related issues. The coaching process has a positive impact not just for individuals with ADHD, but also for family members. A coach can be of great help in the design and implementation of day-to-day planning, time management and the consistency of communication among family members. There are many coaching tools, which, when implemented, help those with ADHD, the family and the coaching process. This preconference workshop will provide participants an in-depth look at the coaching process and discuss tools and strategies for success for individuals of all ages with ADHD and their families.
  • The Positive Impact of Coaching on Family Dynamics: 1. Discuss the common issues facing families with ADHD. 2. Demonstrate how coaching can be an effective tool to improve communication. 3. Provide concrete coaching strategies for use in daily life. 4. Identify when coaching is not enough and family therapy is warranted. 5. Provide an opportunity for participants to share ideas and brainstorm solutions.


Session : CHADD1012
TB5: ADHD and Its Link To Law Enforcement
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Adult] [Partnership/Collaboration/Legal/Advocacy]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Phillip Anderton Ph.D., Stephen Brown Sgt.
  • This session will address what ADHD is, its implications for law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and what can be done to improve interventions and outcomes. Suggestions will be provided on how to manage a young person with ADHD in custody and how to engage local CHADD chapters in partnership work. Speakers will 1. Review ADHD and its links to criminal behavior, in the context of social determinants of health behavior; 2. Demonstrate how the disorder affects the individual and the operations of police and juvenile justice agencies; and 3. Provide examples of more appropriate early interventions to improve legal outcomes of youths with ADHD.
  • ADHD and Its Link to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice: 1. Place ADHD and juvenile justice involvements into context of social determinants of health. 2. Recognize the core symptoms of ADHD in an offender or witness and understand the implications of these symptoms for their professional interactions with affected persons. 3. Intervene, at individual and agency levels, earlier and more effectively to ensure young people with ADHD "stay out of trouble." 4. Plan for and deliver more effective services to people with ADHD to break the cycle of recidivism. 5. Implement the learning, and supplied resources, back into the workplace to use as training tools for colleagues and coworkers.


Session : CHADD1014_AUDIO_ONLY
TB7: Back To Basics: An ADHD Primer
WORKSHOP [Parent/Caregiver] [Adult] [College/Young Adult] [Spouse/Partner]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Sharyn Rhodes Ph.D.
  • This session will focus on what we mean by the term ADHD, how it is identified, diagnosed and treated. The various forms of ADHD, as well as the major symptomology will be addressed, as well. Participants will also learn how to talk to school personnel about ADHD so that they will listen and be more helpful to the children who are struggling in spite of excellent IQ scores. Lastly, participant will have the opportunity to talk with others who have similar situations, and get their joint questions answered.
  • Back to Basics: An ADHD Primer: 1. Participants will know the difference between identification, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. 2. Participants will know ADHD types and common symptoms of these types. 3. Participants will identify, and be able to categorize specific symptoms into larger classes such as: difficulty with executive function; anxiety; learning difficulties; processing issues. 4. Participants will learn to use "I" messages to state their concerns, i.e., "I am concerned that Michael is not finishing his work because he is so restless in his seat". 5. Participants will learn to use clear statements of the presenting problem. They will learn to make a specific, observable request of the teacher that will improve the learning environment for their child, i.e., "Please allow Michael to stand at his desk if he needs to while he works."
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Session : CHADD1014_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TB7: Back To Basics: An ADHD Primer
WORKSHOP [Parent/Caregiver] [Adult] [College/Young Adult] [Spouse/Partner]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Sharyn Rhodes Ph.D.
  • This session will focus on what we mean by the term ADHD, how it is identified, diagnosed and treated. The various forms of ADHD, as well as the major symptomology will be addressed, as well. Participants will also learn how to talk to school personnel about ADHD so that they will listen and be more helpful to the children who are struggling in spite of excellent IQ scores. Lastly, participant will have the opportunity to talk with others who have similar situations, and get their joint questions answered.
  • Back to Basics: An ADHD Primer: 1. Participants will know the difference between identification, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. 2. Participants will know ADHD types and common symptoms of these types. 3. Participants will identify, and be able to categorize specific symptoms into larger classes such as: difficulty with executive function; anxiety; learning difficulties; processing issues. 4. Participants will learn to use "I" messages to state their concerns, i.e., "I am concerned that Michael is not finishing his work because he is so restless in his seat". 5. Participants will learn to use clear statements of the presenting problem. They will learn to make a specific, observable request of the teacher that will improve the learning environment for their child, i.e., "Please allow Michael to stand at his desk if he needs to while he works."
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1019_AUDIO_ONLY
TCG1: Opening Keynote: The Importance Of Emotion
LECTURE [All Levels/General Interest]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Russell Barkley Ph.D.
  • The Importance of Emotion in Understanding and Managing ADHD: Since the first medical papers have been published on ADHD starting in 1798, emotion has always been included in the conceptualization of the disorder up through the 1970s. But beginning with DSM-II and progressing to the present, emotional dysregulation has been excluded from the clinical conceptualization of the disorder and the diagnostic criteria. Dr. Barkley will review the evidence regarding why emotion needs to be returned to a central place in ADHD and what it means for diagnosis and management.
  • The Importance of Emotion in Understanding and Managing ADHD: 1. To better understand the history of ADHD and the central place of emotion in the conceptualization of the disorder. 2. To better appreciate the current neuropsychological theories of ADHD and the key role of emotional self-regulation problems in understanding the nature of ADHD, and to learn about the neuro-anatomy of ADHD and why those brain regions implicated in the... 3. To gain a greater appreciation for why certain comorbid disorders such as ODD are better explained by the role of emotion in ADHD than by the current DSM view of ADHD, and to better appreciate how dysregulated emotional control in ADHD predicts the dev... 4. To gain greater knowledge of the role of poor emotion regulation in the assessment and management of ADHD.
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Session : CHADD1019_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TCG1: Opening Keynote: The Importance Of Emotion
LECTURE [All Levels/General Interest]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,VIDEO
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Russell Barkley Ph.D.
  • The Importance of Emotion in Understanding and Managing ADHD: Since the first medical papers have been published on ADHD starting in 1798, emotion has always been included in the conceptualization of the disorder up through the 1970s. But beginning with DSM-II and progressing to the present, emotional dysregulation has been excluded from the clinical conceptualization of the disorder and the diagnostic criteria. Dr. Barkley will review the evidence regarding why emotion needs to be returned to a central place in ADHD and what it means for diagnosis and management.
  • The Importance of Emotion in Understanding and Managing ADHD: 1. To better understand the history of ADHD and the central place of emotion in the conceptualization of the disorder. 2. To better appreciate the current neuropsychological theories of ADHD and the key role of emotional self-regulation problems in understanding the nature of ADHD, and to learn about the neuro-anatomy of ADHD and why those brain regions implicated in the... 3. To gain a greater appreciation for why certain comorbid disorders such as ODD are better explained by the role of emotion in ADHD than by the current DSM view of ADHD, and to better appreciate how dysregulated emotional control in ADHD predicts the dev... 4. To gain greater knowledge of the role of poor emotion regulation in the assessment and management of ADHD.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1020
FAG1: Keynote: Tales From the Road
LECTURE [Educator] [Parent/Caregiver]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Richard Lavoie M.A., M.Ed
  • The Field of Learning Disabilities has undergone significant changes over the past ten years. Trends, research and legislation have occurred which impact upon the lives of children with Learning Disabilities and those who teach and parent them. As a teacher, administrator, consultant and national speaker, Mr. Lavoie has witnessed these developments from a unique vantage point. By presenting anecdotes from his years as a national speaker Mr. Lavoie will discuss the "state of the field" and its impact upon some of the thousands of people that he has met during his travels. This address provides valuable insights into the problems, challenges and issues in Special Education today.
  • Tales From the Road: 1. Recognize the impact a special needs child has on the family in order to better serve their clients. 2. Enhance their understanding of the psychological impact of school failure on a student 3. Understand the impact of anxiety on a studentís academic and school performance.


Session : CHADD1021_AUDIO_ONLY
FB1: Addressing Executive Function Deficits At Home & School
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Chris A. Dendy M.S., Dr. Billie Abney D.C., CCSP
  • Addressing Executive Function Deficits at Home and School!: The academic underachievement commonly found in students with ADHD can be attributed primarily to their inattention and deficits in executive function skills. This practical session will focus on evidence-based teaching strategies to increase both selective and sustained attention. In addition strategies for enhancing key executive skills including working memory, increasing work completion, and improving organizational skills will be addressed.
  • Addressing Executive Function Deficits at Home and School!: 1. Describe the difference between executive functions deficits in specific problematic academic areas and those essential academic related skills that impact a studentís ability to complete work in a timely manner. 2. Identify three common academic problems that are directly linked to deficits in executive function and suggest an evidence-based intervention strategy. 3. List three academically related skills that are linked to executive function deficits and suggest an evidence-based intervention. 4. Recommend an evidence-based intervention to address a studentís inattention.
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Session : CHADD1021_MP3_MP4_COMBO
FB1: Addressing Executive Function Deficits At Home & School
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Chris A. Dendy M.S., Dr. Billie Abney D.C., CCSP
  • Addressing Executive Function Deficits at Home and School!: The academic underachievement commonly found in students with ADHD can be attributed primarily to their inattention and deficits in executive function skills. This practical session will focus on evidence-based teaching strategies to increase both selective and sustained attention. In addition strategies for enhancing key executive skills including working memory, increasing work completion, and improving organizational skills will be addressed.
  • Addressing Executive Function Deficits at Home and School!: 1. Describe the difference between executive functions deficits in specific problematic academic areas and those essential academic related skills that impact a studentís ability to complete work in a timely manner. 2. Identify three common academic problems that are directly linked to deficits in executive function and suggest an evidence-based intervention strategy. 3. List three academically related skills that are linked to executive function deficits and suggest an evidence-based intervention. 4. Recommend an evidence-based intervention to address a studentís inattention.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.



     


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