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Its a GIFT

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Event : CHADD103


Session : CHADD1117
Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, LD, Sensory Processing, Dysgraphia) in the Classroom
C1
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Susan Connors, MEd
  • This workshop will discuss the criteria for diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome and will include an in depth description of all the symptomology. It will also deal with the most common neurological disorders associated with TS, in particular, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dysgraphia, Executive Dysfunction, Sensory Processing Disorder, Auditory Processing Disorder, Learning Disabilities and the impact of all of these disorders on social emotional well-being, classroom performance and behavior. It will include some specific classroom strategies and techniques for working with these children in a variety of settings as well as introduce participants to a Functional Behavior Assessment created for children with all these disorders.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. List the criteria for diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome. 2. Identify and understand the most common neurological disorders associated with TS. 3. Assess the impact of all of these disorders on classroom performance and social, emotional functioning and identify specific classroom strategies for working with children with TS. 4. Learn to conduct appropriate Functional Behavioral Assessments and write Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans for Students with TS and associated disorders.


Session : CHADD1119
The Secrets to More Rewarding relationships for Women with ADHD
C3
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Ellen Littman, PhD
  • This presentation will discuss the many ways in which ADHD can impact women as they navigate their relationships. A guide to the empowering skill of reframing will be offered, as well as user-friendly strategies designed to improve communication, with the goal of feeling better understood and validated. Specific challenges that may complicate relationships with significant others, friendships with other women, and mother/child relationships will be addressed. Ample time will be devoted to audience questions.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the ways in which ADHD can impact their relationships. 2. Learn to question assumptions that have kept them captive in unrewarding relationships. 3. Learn to reframe the ways in which they assess and label their relationships. 4. Learn that having needs met is essential to a healthy relationship. 5. Learn communication strategies that will result in feeling validated and better understood by others.


Session : CHADD1120
Navigating the College Application Maze for Students with ADHD and for Learning Disabilities
C4
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Barry McNamara, EdD
  • This presentation will focus on finding the right college for students with ADHD and/or Learning Disabilities. It will discuss what students should do prior to applying and what services are typically available. Sources for students and their families will be provided.
  • Learning Objectives: 1. List the type of college they are interested in. 2. List their educational and social needs. 3. Document their “disabilities and/or disorder”. 4. List a time table for the application process. 5. Cite three sources for information on college for ADHD and/or LD.



     


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