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Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:

Regional Education Conference on ADHD

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Event : CHADD105


Session : CHADD1212
Electronic Organization for the AD/HD Student
B5
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Matt Johns, M.Ed.;Josh Gwilliam, M.A.
  • How do you prepare students for the growing electronic global world? How do you move your students to a paperless classroom? Learn how to implement an electronic organization system using Google Docs and Cloud technology to help your students’ writing process and executive functioning skill development. You will also learn how to map a notebook system to a digital version, creating corresponding color-coded e-binders, digital folders, along with sub-folders and tabs. Listen to two AD/HD teacher experts as they explain the challenges for both teachers and students as they made the senior curriculum totally paperless as well as all writing classes in grades 6-12. Tricks, tips and software applications will be discussed.


Session : CHADD1214
Accentuate The Positive-Eliminate The Negative: COMMUNICATION Between Families And Schools!
C2
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Linda Gallup
  • Participants will receive activities, methods of active listening techniques, effective communication and strategies for resolving conflicts. These processes and models will enhance student, teacher, and parent relationships building home and school communications. The essentials of early communications and planning will be highlighted to prevent false starts.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Identify communication styles and five basic methods for resolving conflict 2. Provide strategies to enhance effective skills for communication between families and schools 3. Describe novel approaches to individual time management, study skills and organization for ADHD populations


Session : CHADD1215
Twice Exceptional Students: An Overview Of Considerations In Identification, Assessment, And Intervention With Gifted Children & Teens With ADHD.
C3
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Julie A. Morrison, Psy.D.
  • It is critical to understand the neurocognitive profile of twice exceptional (2e) gifted students with ADHD to increase accuracy in identification. This presentation will emphasize best practices in assessment, from selecting appropriate measures to avoiding errors in the interpretation of test data that may lead to misdiagnosis. While evaluation will be the primary focus, the impact that ADHD-related executive dysfunction has on academic and social/emotional functioning will be mentioned, in terms of implications for interventions with these gifted children and teens, in and out of the classroom. There will be a brief consideration of how the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 may impact these 2e students in their eligibility for accommodations.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Develop better understanding of the neurocognitive profile of gifted students with ADHD 2. Enumerate factors to consider in selecting measures to assess gifted students with ADHD 3. Describe potential errors in the interpretation of test data that can lead to misdiagnosis of these twice exceptional (2e) students 4. Recognize the implications for intervention for gifted students, in and out of the classroom, to address the impact of ADHD-related executive dysfunction on academic and social/emotional functioning 5. Explore the potential ramifications of the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 on these 2e students’ eligibility for accommodations


Session : CHADD1216
ADHD-Friendly Parent Coaching: How To Help Parents Become Powerful Effective Change Agents For Their Children With ADHD
C4
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D.
  • Helping Children and teens with ADHD is best achieved when interventions take place in their natural environment. This presentation will introduce the concept of parent-coaching-working with parents to teach them ways to structure their child's environment, to introduce brain-friendly daily habits, and to use powerful evidence-based approaches to help their child gain better emotional regulation skills and to reduce and resolve conflicts within their family.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe how to help parents create an ADD-friendly home environment 2. Discuss how to help parents teach their child emotional regulation skills 3. Enumerate brain-friendly daily habits to enhance daily functioning 4. List ways to help parents with ADHD develop better strategies for remaining calm in response to challenging children 5. Utilize evidence-based parenting technique to reduce and manage conflict with the child with ADHD


Session : CHADD1217
The Effects Of ADHD On Reading Fluency And Comprehension
C5
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • E. Mark Mahone, Ph.D.
  • In later elementary school grades and beyond, students are expected to read (and learn from) more challenging texts. Children with ADHD often have reading fluency and comprehension difficulties, even when word recognition skills are unimpaired. This presentation will review how ADHD –related difficulties in processing speed and working memory impact reading fluency and comprehension.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe the most salient elements of executive function, how they are measured, and why they are relevant to academic function in children with ADHD 2. Define processing speed as a component of response preparation (within executive function), and describe how slowed processing speed (associated with ADHD) contributes to inefficient reading efficiency, textual fluency, and (ultimately) reading comprehension, even in the absence of basic word reading deficits; 3. List the core elements of working memory and how deficits in working memory (associated w/ADHD) contribute to reading comprehension problems children of late-elementary school age and beyond 4. Construct of Sluggish Cognitive Tempo, and how it may be associated with ADHD 5. Describe the salient developmental changes associated with ADHD over the elementary and middle school years, and how these changes interact with changing educational demands


Session : CHADD1219
Interacting With Others At Work-Is There An App for That?
D2
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Michelle Novotni, Ph.D.
  • Need help with scheduling, planning, notes, and organizing to keep ADHD symptoms from messing things up? There’s an app for that! But how about interacting with others at work? Now, where is the app for that? Dr. Novotni will focus on how to constructively tackle social interactions at work. Apps will also be discussed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Identify 3 apps that may help improve social interactions in the workplace 2. Recognize the link between AD/HD symptoms of impulsivity/hyperactivity and workplace challenges 3. Recognize the link between AD/HD symptoms of inattention/distractibility and workplace challenges 4. Identify at least 3 strategies to help improve social interactions in the workplace


Session : CHADD1220
Working Effectively With Your Child
D3
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Michelle Davis, M.Ed.
  • Parent-school partnerships are critical for a child’s success. This session will provide both parents and educators with practical tools to evaluate and intervene for a child’s academic or behavioral concerns. A strength based, evidence based approach will provide tools for academic and behavioral problem solving, and reveal powerful ways to strengthen the parent-school partnership. Learn how to use the IEP and 504 Plan process to become a more equal partner with the school team.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Discuss 5 ways to develop a more effective parent school partnership 2. Evaluate the criteria for effective parental participation with the school team 3. List 3 school wide, classroom, or individual positive behavioral supports 4. Describe 5 ways to effectively make and follow through on requests for intervention 5. Discuss 3 little used, but powerful, strategies to work effectively with the school team


Session : CHADD1221
Why Are Children With ADHD So Oppositional And What Can We Do About It?
D4
Conference : CHADD Regional Education Conference on ADHD
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  • Barbara Howard, M.D.
  • The Executive Dysfunction which is central to ADHD can make a child seem to be willfully misbehaving. The ways parents react to these behaviors can create conflict and anger or promote harmony and success. This session will train mental health professionals the roots of defiance in children with ADHD and parenting strategies for the best outcomes.
  • Learning Objectives 1. List features of Executive Dysfunction in ADHD 2. Define Oppositional Defiant Disorder 3. Describe different issues that can produce defiant behavior 4. Implement steps to improving defiant behaviors 5. Recognize their own biases in dealing with behaviors in children with ADHD


Session : CHADD1222
High Risk To High Potential: Transition Issues For High School And College Students With ADHD
D5
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  • Robert M. Tudisco, JD
  • As most of us know, students with ADHD are challenged by transitions, but the transition from high school to college is one of the most difficult for them. This is true because the environment in college is much less structured than what they are used to in high school, many are away from the daily support that their parents used to provide and they get relatively little feedback on their performance, in most cases until it is too late. This is magnified by significant changes in the law that protect them from discrimination based on their disability, and many are unable and/or unwilling to advocate for themselves. This presentation will discuss the changes in the law and the post- secondary environment with proactive strategies to help students with ADHD cope with this difficult transition.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe challenges that students with ADHD face in transitioning to a post-secondary environment. 2. Enumerate changes in the law with respect to students with disabilities as they transition to a post- secondary environment 3. List various practical strategies that they can employ to proactively meet the changes in the law that students with ADHD will face as they transition to a post-secondary environment 4. Enumerate practical strategies that they can employ to proactively meet the challenges that they will face as they transition to a post-secondary environment 5. Discuss research into coping strategies such as ADHD Coaching and Exercise as a means to meet the challenges of the transition to a post-secondary environment



     


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