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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 : CHADD1029
FC2: Coaching As An Educational Tool for Parents
SEMINAR [Hispanic/Latino] [Cultural Diversity and Outreach] [Coaching] [International] [Parent/Caregiver]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Beatriz Duda Coach, Maya Echegaray
  • Since 2002 the Peruvian ADHD Association has been contributing in the dissemination of cientific acknowledgement about ADHD. We has been focusing in the education area creating workshops en which parents can learn about this subject.Coaching has been the most useful tool to help come together parents and sons in achieve a close an positive relationship among them, and in the results in reach positive results in their functioning. This presentation will focus on the importance of the parent’s leading role in effective communication through building coaching skills.
  • Coaching as an Educational Tool for Parents: 1. Be conscious of their initiative in looking for strategies for a better quality of life, not only for the ADHD persons, but for the whole family. 2. Learn how to strengthen work team channels among family members. 3. Understand the independence between emotional parenting bond, and the cause of the ADHD condition. Mostly ADHD conditions damages parents/sons/daughters relationships. Awareness is a very important fact in building positive family environment. 4. Share and know about the experience, in educating parents and professionals related to education areas, through workshops and courses. These work is being taking place in Peru since 2005 by the Peruvian ADHD Association, APDA, (Asociación Peruana de Déficit de Atención). 5. Notice about the importance of communication, not only inside the family, but also with others: school, friends, and to all the actors presents around ADHD.


Session : CHADD1030
FC3: ADHD Divorce: Minimizing the Harm
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Judith Glasser Ph.D., John Spiegel J.D.
  • Separation and divorce present some of life’s most difficult challenges, and this is especially so for children and parents with ADHD. The presenters--a clinical psychologist and a divorce mediator/attorney--will discuss the research on ADHD and divorce and then explain the special benefits which divorce mediation and other collaborative processes can provide for families with ADHD. The presenters will also discuss how to design parenting plans which meet the true needs of children with ADHD and how to modify divorce mediation so that it works efficiently for parents with ADHD.
  • ADHD and Divorce: Minimizing the Harm: 1. Participants will develop an understanding of specific risk factors for marital dissolution created by the presence of ADHD in a member or members of the family. 2. Participants will learn three key ways in which divorce impacts children with ADHD. 3. Participants will learn that mediation reduces conflict in families and improves relationships between parents and children following divorce. 4. Participants will learn how to tailor divorce mediation and other collaborative divorce processes to suit the special needs of spouses/parents with ADHD. 5. Participants will learn key considerations in designing parenting plans for children with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1031
FC4: Helping the Student To Survive the Challenges Of ADHD
SEMINAR [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Anne Ellison Ed.D., Sharon K. Weiss M.Ed.
  • Students with ADHD are a t an elevated risk of classroom behavior problems, academic underachievement, demoralization, and peer conflicts. Not surprisingly, these and other failures combine to inflate their risk of dropping out of school without graduating. However, the student with ADHD is not alone in being affected by the disorder. Indeed, as parents will attest, adults who are responsible to channel and direct the energy, impulses, and actions of these children are also affected. Within the school setting, this responsibility primarily falls on the shoulders of teachers.
  • Helping the Student to Survive the Challenges of ADHD: 1. Identify social forces that create teacher resistance to forming a disability perspective. 2. Describe the basic tenets of a disability perspective. 3. Develop strategies to encourage a sense of competency. 4. Identify strategies to encourage a sense of participation and contribution. 5. Develop strategies to encourage a sense of acceptance.


Session : CHADD1032_AUDIO_ONLY
FC5: New Concepts Of ADHD : Executive Functions
LECTURE [Adult] [College/Young Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Oren Mason M.D.
  • New insights into executive functions are changing our understanding of the ADHD. The 18 core symptoms of childhood ADHD have never been adequate to describe the difficulties that adults face due to the disorder. Executive function impairments provide an understanding of the functional difficulties of ADHD. When we understand ADHD more thoroughly, our approach to diagnosis and treatment becomes much more effective.
  • New Concepts of ADHD - Executive Functions: 1. At the completion of this program, the attendees will understand the nature of the specific executive functions. 2. Participants will be familiar with the manifestations of executive functions and their associated impairments. 3. Participants will be able to relate symptoms as we currently understand them to our newer understanding of the executive functions. 4. Participants will more clearly understand the difference between learning disabilities and ADHD. 5. Participants will be able to clearly explain the nature of ADHD in terms of executive functions.
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Session : CHADD1032_MP3_MP4_COMBO
FC5: New Concepts Of ADHD : Executive Functions
LECTURE [Adult] [College/Young Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Oren Mason M.D.
  • New insights into executive functions are changing our understanding of the ADHD. The 18 core symptoms of childhood ADHD have never been adequate to describe the difficulties that adults face due to the disorder. Executive function impairments provide an understanding of the functional difficulties of ADHD. When we understand ADHD more thoroughly, our approach to diagnosis and treatment becomes much more effective.
  • New Concepts of ADHD - Executive Functions: 1. At the completion of this program, the attendees will understand the nature of the specific executive functions. 2. Participants will be familiar with the manifestations of executive functions and their associated impairments. 3. Participants will be able to relate symptoms as we currently understand them to our newer understanding of the executive functions. 4. Participants will more clearly understand the difference between learning disabilities and ADHD. 5. Participants will be able to clearly explain the nature of ADHD in terms of executive functions.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1033
FC6: Curbing Impulsivity: Coaching Strategies That Work
SEMINAR [Coaching] [Adult] [College/Young Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Sandy Maynard M.S.
  • Impulsivity can cause a multitude of problems affecting an individual’s social, economic, relationship, occupational or academic development. Modifying impulsivity is one of the most difficult behavioral changes to facilitate. This presentation will provide coaches, psychologists, therapists and clinicians with a multitude of strategies to help clients curb impulsivity, yet still enjoy being spontaneous.
  • Curbing Impulsivity: Coaching Strategies That Work: 1. Participants will be able to list one example of how impulsivity can affect each of the following: social interaction; personal relationships; financial well being; and workplace and academic performance. 2. Participants will be able to define impulsivity and spontaneity, giving one major distinction between the two. 3. Participants will be able to give at least one example of impatient and hasty behavior and the detrimental effect it could have on personal and professional performance, and the detrimental effect it could have on personal and professional performance. 4. Participants will be able to list at least one strategy to correct each of the following: interrupting, monopolizing conversations, impulsive emails, and impulsive voice mail messages. 5. Participants will be able to list at least three strategies to curb impulse spending. 6. Participants will be able to list one strategy to use with teens and young adults to curb impulsive behavior that could have detrimental academic or social consequences.


Session : CHADD1034_AUDIO_ONLY
FC7: Ten Golden Rules for Interacting With Children
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Educator] [Spouse/Partner]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Sharyn Rhodes Ph.D.
  • Children with ADHD are often very bright, but many are unable to “follow the rules”, comply with requests, or transition smoothly from one setting or task to another, among other issues. This presentation will provide guidelines for parents and teachers to consider when interacting with a child who has ADHD.
  • Ten Golden Rules for Interacting with Children who have ADHD: 1. Attendees will know at least five major reasons for lack of compliance in children with ADHD including: slower processing, difficulty focusing, emotional lability, poor “executive functions” and being overwhelmed by situations (oppositionality). 2. Attendees will learn ten guidelines to follow that will make children's home and school compliance more likely. 3. Attendees will learn what parent/teacher reactions to children's behavior get poor responses from children. 4. Attendees will recognize problem situations that are likely to elicit one or more of the child's challenging responses. 5. Attendees will utilize the "golden rules" above, by matching problem situations with at least one of the guidelines provided to better deal with that situation.
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Session : CHADD1034_MP3_MP4_COMBO
FC7: Ten Golden Rules for Interacting With Children
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Educator] [Spouse/Partner]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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$25.00


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  • Sharyn Rhodes Ph.D.
  • Children with ADHD are often very bright, but many are unable to “follow the rules”, comply with requests, or transition smoothly from one setting or task to another, among other issues. This presentation will provide guidelines for parents and teachers to consider when interacting with a child who has ADHD.
  • Ten Golden Rules for Interacting with Children who have ADHD: 1. Attendees will know at least five major reasons for lack of compliance in children with ADHD including: slower processing, difficulty focusing, emotional lability, poor “executive functions” and being overwhelmed by situations (oppositionality). 2. Attendees will learn ten guidelines to follow that will make children's home and school compliance more likely. 3. Attendees will learn what parent/teacher reactions to children's behavior get poor responses from children. 4. Attendees will recognize problem situations that are likely to elicit one or more of the child's challenging responses. 5. Attendees will utilize the "golden rules" above, by matching problem situations with at least one of the guidelines provided to better deal with that situation.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.


Session : CHADD1035
FC8: Ask the Experts: The Science Of ADHD
WORKSHOP [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • James Swanson Ph.D., Michael Posner Ph.D., Joanna Fowler Ph.D.
  • Ask the Experts: The Science of ADHD; Preventive Interventions for Children at Risk for ADHD: During this panel discussion, each of the experts will talk briefly about the top three to four issues they consider essential in providing evidence-based treatments for ADHD - what works, what doesn't, and what to do when a treatment that is supposed to work does not seem to be as effective as it should. Following these three brief 5-7 minute presentations, audience participants will pose their most pressing questions. These questions will be summarized and grouped into categories, and panelists will then respond further.


Session : CHADD1036
FC9: The Impact Of ADHD and Co-occurring Conditions
SEMINAR [Partnership/Collaboration/Legal/Advocacy] [Adult] [Parent/Caregiver] [Spouse/Partner]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Robert Tudisco J.D.
  • The Impact of ADHD and Co-occuring Conditions on the Juvenile/Criminal Justice Systems: There currently exists an over representation of individuals with ADHD within the Juvenile/Criminal Justice systems as compared to that in the regular population. The session will explore several theories as to why this over representation exists, as well as the particular challenges that are faced by individuals with ADHD and co-occurring conditions within the system, such as education, counseling, and medication, along with integrating incarcerated individuals back into society while minimizing recidivism. The session will further discuss recommendations for effective improvement.
  • The Impact of ADHD and Co-occuring Conditions on the Juvenile/Criminal Justice Systems: 1. To Educate Attorney's, Advocates and Law Enforcement Personnel on the over representation of individuals with ADHD and co-occurring conditions in the juvenile/criminal justice systems as compared to that in the general population. 2. To discuss the reasons for the over representations of ADHD and co-occuring conditions in incarceratory environments, based upon the nature of the disorder. 3. To discuss the specific challenges that youth with ADHD, Learning Disabilities and co-occurring conditions in incarceratory settings face in the absence of adequate screening, educational support, counseling and access to medication. 4. To discuss the success of the current Mental Health Court System in addressing the needs of adults with mental health disorders and how the model should be adapted for juveniles. 5. To educate attorneys, advocates and law enforcement personnel as agents of change to seek increased services and support for juveniles and adults with ADHD and co-occuring conditions who come into conflict with the law, such as effective screening, increased diversionary programs as alternatives to incarceration, increased availability of special education support, counseling and access to medication along with continued support to integrate incarcerated individuals back into society.



     


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