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25th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Session : CHADD1327
FB4: ADHD Parent Support Organizations: An International Cross Culture Experience
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Bauermeister, Jose J. Duda, Beatriz Rubio, Isabel Bilbow, Andrea Perez-Castro, Juan C.
  • An International Cross-Culture Experience - In this presentation international leaders of ADHD parent support associations in America (Proyectodah- Fundación Cultural Federico Hoth in Mexico and APDA in Perú) and Europe (ADDISS in United Kingdom and ADANA in Spain) will summarize how their respective organizations were founded and developed, obstacles encountered, and achievements over the years. Emphasis will be placed on goals, organizational structure, current membership, and services and educational activities provided. These experiences will be contrasted from a cross-cultural perspective. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Discuss the strategies leaders used to organize and develop ADHD parent associations in their respective countries. 2) Describe the obstacles ADHD support groups face and how these have been handled. 3) Explain the educational, support, and advocacy activities developed taking into consideration the socio-economic and cultural factors present in their countries. 4) List the direct and indirect services provided to parents, children, schools, and health professionals. 5) Recommend strategies for parents who are interested in developing ADHD parent support groups in their respective countries.


Session : CHADD1328
FB5: The Adult ADHD Tool Kit: Coping Strategies for Adult ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Brown, Stephen Anderton, Phillip Tudisco, Robert M. Wilkins, Catrina Ramsay, Russell
  • Strategies for Adult ADHD - The difficulties described by most adults with ADHD are not associated with lack of knowledge of coping steps but rather inconsistent implementation of effective coping strategies. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidence supported psychosocial treatment for adult ADHD that specifically targets the impairments associated with ADHD. The aim of the current workshop is to describe a CBT approach and specific methods for helping adults with ADHD to implement coping strategies to improve their daily functioning. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Recognize specific intervention strategies used to address procrastination, disorganization, and time management problems commonly reported by adults with ADHD. 2) edentify at least one common distorted thought and belief reported by adults with ADHD and how it may undermine coping efforts. 3) Define implementation strategies and summarize how their use helps adults with ADHD to improve follow through on the use of coping skills. 4) Describe how to apply at least one coping skill presented during this workshop with a patient in your practice. 5) List the four domains of interventions commonly used within CBT for adult ADHD.


Session : CHADD1329
FB6: Trouble Shooting Strategies to Ensure School Success for Struggling Students
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Dendy, Chris A. Z.
  • Ensure School Success for Struggling Students - A veteran school psychologist, teacher and counselor will review trouble-shooting strategies she teaches educators. These strategies offer a "quick and dirty" intervention short of an in-depth formal evaluation. The speaker provides a model so parents and professionals may also become problem-solving “detectives.” Step-by-step strategies for initially identifying and addressing common ADHD problem areas will be discussed. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) List three ADHD facts impacting school performance that everyone must know to ensure school success. 2) Identify three common ADHD school challenges and an intervention strategy for each. 3) Describe one way to get a good idea as to whether or not medication is working effectively for the student. 4) Identify easily available data that should be collected to facilitate problem solving for a struggling student. 5) Give two examples of the relevance of the data collected regarding students with ADHD to their school performance.


Session : CHADD1330
FB7: Treating and preventing the symptoms of ADHD through stress regulation
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Nye, Cheryl
  • Mindfulness-based therapy can improve the symptoms associated with ADHD. This presentation will provide a critical review of the research that serves as the foundation for the effectiveness of this intervention. It will explore the role of stress in changing brain morphology and the associated functional impairments. Practical strategies will be provided for addressing the treatment and prevention of stress-related symptoms in ADHD. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1)To facilitate audience participation in a mindfulness exercise 2)To present an overview of the effects of stress on brain structure and functioning 3)To explore the link between stress and neurodevelopmental disabilities beginning prenatally 4)To review recent research involving mindfulness therapy and its effects on the brain 5)Experience mindfulness-based therapy in a way that will support its usefulness in practice for those with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1331
FB8: Prevalence of and Multi-modal Treatment Approach to ADHD in Korean-American Immigrant Community
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Chung, Young Susan K. Chung, Diana
  • The myth of the “model minority” is belied by studies showing that, among Asian communities, ADHD specifically and mental illness generally, are as prevalent as the overall U.S. population. The misperception arises from under diagnosis and resistance to treatment due to stigma and misinformation from within the Asian immigrant population, and lack of culturally competent outreach and treatment from the mental health establishment. Since 1999, The Life Care Center, a non-for-profit mental health clinic in Los Angeles, has been providing outreach, education, assessment, triage, and treatment to predominantly uninsured recent Korean immigrants and their children in the greater Los Angeles area. Using a unique approach based on a bio/psycho/socio/religious aspect, we have been able to overcome the stigma and successfully treat ADHD. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Highlight ADHD in an underdiagnosed Asian immigrant population and provide prevalence data from 14 years of treatment. 2) Discuss innovate ADHD outreach and education approaches for communities suffering from underdiagnosis and resistant to treatment due to stigma and misinformation. 3) Explain a unique treatment approach based on a bio/psycho/socio/religious aspect for the immigrant population. 4) Provide Case Studies highlighting success of multi-modal treatment approaches. 5) NOTE: Presenter only listed 4 learning objectives


Session : CHADD1332
FB9: An ADHD Navigation Guide: From Diagnosis to Treatment
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Garver, Patrice B. Goldberg, Natalie Mayfield, Julie M.
  • Diagnosis to Treatment - This presentation identifies and discusses effective and evidence-based processes and approaches that parents should pursue from determining effective diagnostic procedures from a qualified professional, to managing and prioritizing the treatment plan, then exploring various and pertinent treatments and therapies. Case studies will provide examples of the process parents and AD/HD children experience as they go through the diagnosis to treatment “journey”. Presenters will explore methods, provide handouts that facilitate productive treatment plans and discuss strategies in finding resources in their communities. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will have an increased understanding of how and why digital media can have such a powerful impact on children with ADHD. 2) Participants will improve their understanding of how children's game-based play, in particular digital play, can be used to support, practice, and master executive-functioning skills. 3) Participants will learn about research describing the pros and cons of using video games and apps for children with ADHD. 4) Participants will learn about specific strategies for using games and apps as teaching tools to support, practice, and master executive functioning skills. 5) Participants will learn strategies for selecting specific video games and apps, as well as other digital technologies, to support, practice, and master executive-functioning and academic skills in children with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1333
FB10: Games and Apps for Improving Executive Functions in Children with ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Kulman, Randy I. Stoner, Gary
  • Executive Functions in Children with ADHD - This presentation will discuss the pros and cons of using digital media, including video games, apps, and Internet websites, for improving the executive-functioning skills of children with ADHD. The presentation will review contemporary research, including our own studies, that use video games and apps for improving executive-functioning skills. The presentation will focus on strategies for transforming and generalizing children’s attention to video games and apps into real- world opportunities for learning. The presentation will also describe our research on attitudes and concerns about technology use with more than 250 parents of children with ADHD. These data will provide the basis for a discussion of the importance of setting limits on video-game play, selecting apps to support weak executive-functioning skills, how to choose and play games with a child, methods for connecting game play to academics, and learning how to target games and apps for specific children with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1334
FC1: A Stronger Mindset to Overcome Life
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Tuckman, Ari
  • Life's Challenges - ADHD is a neurological condition, but neurology often drives psychology. This is especially true for many adults with ADHD who spent most of their lives undiagnosed and therefore untreated. As a result of this lifetime of additional struggles, they tend to develop certain mindsets and ways of relating to others which may undermine their progress in getting their lives in order. We will identify these common mindsets and provide psychologically-based strategies to create a stronger, more effective mindset. You will not only feel better about yourself but also get more done. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Attendees will be able to explain how growing up with ADHD can influence someone’s mindset and coping strategies. 2) Attendees will understand why people repeat seemingly unproductive coping strategies. 3) Attendees will be able to identify the most common negative mindsets employed by people with ADHD. 4) Attendees will be able to explain how these negative mindsets can undermine progress in treatment and in life. 5) Attendees will be able to identify numerous strategies to turn each of these negative mindsets around


Session : CHADD1335
FC2: The Art of the Start: Using Positive Psychology Interventions to Help Slay the Procrastination Dragon
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Graham, Alan R. Bloch, Marion C. Lekander, Deb Meier, Andrea Altschul, Paula Cahall, Judith A. Jackson, Lena K. Zemont, Naomi
  • Positive Psychology Interventions to Help Slay the Procrastination Dragon - This hands-on, experiential workshop will engage participants in the process of recognizing and overcoming procrastination. Participants will learn to identify and apply Prochaska’s Stages of Change, in their own lives as well as in the lives of clients, students, etc. Using positive psychology strategies such as identifying character strengths, participants will learn interventions to help them and their clients overcome procrastination at each stage of change. Identifying procrastinator styles and helpful daily techniques will also be presented as ways to combat hindrances to success. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will be able to identify Prochaska's stages of change and be able to recognize which stage they or their client may be in. 2) Participants will be able to identify character strengths that may help them overcome procrastination at each stage of change 3) Participants will be able to identify and use the process by which they can overcome ANTs (automatic negative thoughts). 4) Participants will learn to apply a "shift" technique to help them manage daily routines. 5) Participants will be able to identify at least three strategies they can use for maintaining their new found skills.


Session : CHADD1337
FC4: Primary Care ADHD Management: Tips and Insights from a Combined Pediatrics and Psychology Tool Box
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • House, Joseph J. Thompson-Busch, Angela K.
  • Tips and Insights from a Combined Pediatrics and Psychology Tool Box - Primary care providers in family medicine or pediatrics who take care of ADHD patients find that ADHD has become a significant part of their daily work. Over the past 10 years more practice guidelines have helped inform us of the basics of diagnosis and treatment but not all kids present with clear symptoms or easily match up with DSM-IV or V criteria. Many of the cases have medical, psychological, developmental or environmental factors that make diagnosis and treatment complex and difficult. We want to present some tips, suggestions or methods taken from our combined clinical tool box to help primary care providers diagnose and treat more complex patients and when to refer for medical or psychological consultation. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Describe key elements of the DSM 5 ADHD criteria. 2) Participants will learn the common medical or psychological conditions/disorders that can mimic ADHD symptoms or lead to misdiagnosis and complicate treatment of ADHD. 3) In choosing the best rating scale for my ADHD assessment, be able to consider at least 3 important properties of the particular instrument or scale. 4) Participants will learn how to gauge medication efficacy with the use of rating scales. 5) Participants will learn the importance of a long-term care and monitoring approach in successfully treating ADHD across the child's lifetime.



     


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