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25th Annual International Conference on ADHD

 

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Session : CHADD1348
SA4: Boosting Executive Skills in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Foster, Margaret A. Cooper Kahn, Joyce
  • Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators - This session will offer research-based and classroom-tested strategies for boosting and supporting executive functioning (EF) in the classroom. EF refers to the brain-based skills that allow students to deal with the world of deadlines and paperwork, as well as to organize their thinking and external sources of information as they work toward a goal. Blending the expertise and approaches of a learning specialist and a clinical psychologist, the session will provide practical information that bridges the gap between science and practice. We will discuss down-to-earth techniques that improve classroom flow and support all students, not just those with ADHD and identified weaknesses in EF. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will identify ways that mood and stress level affect EF in the classroom. 2) Participants will list at least 3 elements of an “EF Smart classroom.” 3) Participants will discuss elements to consider when designing interventions to bring individual students and academic tasks into better alignment. 4) Participants will draft an action plan that identifies at least one problem of practice related to EF for an individual or group of students. 5) Participants will list at least two strategies on their action plan to address their identified problem of practice.


Session : CHADD1349
SA5: When Academics and ADHD Collide
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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Session : CHADD1350
SB1: Mindful and Effective Communication in ADHD: Strategies for Adults and Parents
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  • Zylowska, Lidia Taylor-Klaus, Elaine
  • ADHD can make communication difficult for adults with ADHD, as well as parents dealing with ADHD children. Challenges with effective communication can lead to misunderstandings, conflicts and a sense of isolation--all of which can damage relationships. Fortunately, strategies from mindfulness and non-violent (compassionate) communication can help manage typical ADHD communication struggles. This hands-on workshop will review common communication problems associated with ADHD, and draw from a range of disciplines to teach helpful communication strategies to adults with ADHD, their partners, and parents of ADHD children. The workshop will provide an opportunity for practice and engage participants in a conversation that can ultimately strengthen and enhance all of their relationships, both personal and professional. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Define how ADHD can negatively impact communication, creating conflict in adult and parenting relationships. 2) Outline elements of mindful and effective communication, including self- awareness, meta-communication, emotional self-regulation, non-verbal communication, and a respectful and compassionate perspective. 3) Provide strategies for mindful listening, such as techniques to manage distractibility and impulsivity, and establishing a mindful communication practice. 4) Provide strategies for mindful speaking such as the non-violent (compassionate) communication model. 5) Practice mindful communication and non-violent communication exercises during the presentation.


Session : CHADD1351
SB2: Takes One to Know…How to Teach One
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  • Abney, Billie
  • As a student who struggled terribly in elementary school, the speaker, now a veteran teacher and retired chiropractor, will share tips that make her a highly effective teacher. The teacher will describe a "failure is not an option" teaching philosophy and give specific suggestions for ensuring school success. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) List components of the teacher’s “failure is not an option” philosophy. 2) Describe how she divides her class into segments and uses different teaching strategies to create a high interest environment plus maximize students’ attention. 3) Give a tip for teaching basic academic skills that were not mastered during earlier school years such as, enhancing study or memorization skills. 4) Describe an assertive strategy for ensuring that even high school students complete and submit all school and homework. 5) Describe one innovative teaching strategy and explain how you might adapt it at home or in the classroom.


Session : CHADD1352
SB3: Social Media, Video Games and ADHD: A Neuroscience Perspective
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  • Culotta, Vincent
  • ADHD: A Neuroscience Perspective - This presentation will examine the expanding use of social media and video games among children and adolescents with regard to neurodeveolpment and impact upon brain function. Studies examining the particular impact and implications of violent video game use among individuals with ADHD will be reviewed in detail. Large scale studies have indicated an increased risk of negative outcomes in youngsters with ADHD who spend considerable time gaming. The presentation will review useful sites available to parents containing information regarding specific games. The presenter will offer detailed guidelines and recommendations regarding video game access and use. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1)Describe the social media and video game use patterns and practices of adolescents. 2)Analyze the findings of peer-reviewed studies regarding brain function and video game play. 3)Describe the relationship between video game overuse and emotional, behavioral, academic functioning. 4)Determine the specific risk factors of video game use in children and adolescents with ADHD. 5)Compile a list of recommendations regarding appropriate use and access to video games among teenagers.


Session : CHADD1353
SB4: Positive Communication: Steps to Facilitating an Effective Parent-Educator Collaboration
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  • Weiss, Sharon K.
  • Facilitating an Effective Parent-Educator Collaboration - Evidence supports that both behavioral and academic success can be greatly enhanced by a good, working parent-teacher collaboration. This won’t happen without a good system of communication. The process for developing such a system is enhanced by understanding when, how and the best mechanisms for that communication. Educators and parents alike often misinterpret the other’s methods and motives, thereby missing the message. This session focuses on the steps in that process including a review of conferencing pitfalls as well as suggestions regarding the tools and scripts that result in the development of an effective, working partnership. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Participants will be able to cite outcomes of increased parent involvement. 2) Participants will be able to identify essential components of an effective "system" for communication. 3) Participants will be able to identify the pitfalls and barriers to effective communication. 4) Participants will be able to identify and distinguish between types of communication. 5) Participants will be able to specify tools for effective communication, including scripts, timing, methods and forms for communication.


Session : CHADD1354
SB5: DSM V: Diagnostic Implications for ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
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  • Abramowitz, Ann Solanto, Mary
  • The presenters will explain the changes from DSM-IV TR to DSM 5 for ADHD diagnosis, as well as implications of these changes for assessment practices. The presenters will also discuss changes from DSM-IV TR to DSM 5 for certain childhood disorders other than ADHD that are typically evaluated at the same time, and/or which are sometimes considered as alternative diagnoses.


Session : CHADD1355
SB6: ADHD Around the World: A Panel
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  • Carr-Fanning, Kate E. Efron, Daryl Arnesen, Peter
  • A presentation of an additional approach to help children to become better planners. Most children are helped by prospective cognitive therapies, but some are better off if the schools take advantage of a retrospective cognitive approach. You will find the theory sources for this approach within Assertive Training (Wolpe), Anti-bullying Programs (Olweus) and the idea of improving the capacity for Backward Thinking in order to become a better planner (Barkley).


Session : CHADD1357
SB8: Supporting ADHD in Adults: Personalizing Evidence-Informed Approaches
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Surman, Craig Bilkey, Tim
  • Personalizing Evidence-Informed Approaches - Even individuals (both consumers and professionals) who can identify ADHD in adults have limited understanding of 1) the presence and impact of self-regulatory challenges that accompany ADHD and 2) the evidence basis and optimal application of medication and behavioral therapies to address the heterogeneous challenges faced by adults with ADHD. Practical self-inventory techniques and principles for treatment planning can help consumers get the most out of support options. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Will be able to identify common self-regulatory challenges that accompany the core symptoms of ADHD in adults. 2) Will be able to discuss evidence-based types of medication and behavioral therapies. 3) To apply techniques for self-inventory of ADHD and self-regulatory challenges to identify treatment targets, and techniques for treatment planning and monitoring. 4) To describe examples of how individuals can optimize their chance of adopting new habits by proactively seeking accommodation, establishing interpersonal accountability, or capitlizing on other forms of structure. 5) To describe community resources, including professional and non-professional resources, that can support key elements of a personalized treatment plan.


Session : CHADD1359
SB10: Research to Practice for Families with ADHD Applying Research on ADHD and Related Areas to our Daily Life: Practical Recommendati
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  • Acosta, Maria Teresa Kaplanek, Beth A.
  • Almost every day you can find in the news some information about the diagnosis of ADHD, treatment prognosis and many other ADHD related subjects. For families of children or adults with ADHD the continuous flow of information is not only over whelming but also impacts our ability to properly select what is useful and relevant for our daily life. With the amount of endless information, the decision-making process and the selection of relevant information become time consuming and frustrating.The aim of this presentation is to provide clear, reliable and concrete information on several areas of research on ADHD. The presenters will summarize the facts, dispel the myths and give practical step-by-step recommendations on the results of key areas of research on ADHD so that the parent can make an informed decision for their child and the family. Both presenters bring over 20 years of their own experience on ADHD as researchers, educators and parents to help others gain insight into making informed decisions. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) To review some of the relevant aspects in ADHD research and how they impact our daily life decisions. 2) Provide practical information and messages about what we need for the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. What is the “state of art” in ADHD diagnosis and treatment? 3) Review the current “evidence based” research in ADHD in the following areas: pharmacological treatments, diagnosis tools, non-pharmacological interventions,, including daily life adaptations and accommodations. 4) Present how low cost interventions incorporated in our daily life and routines can make a major impact in the behavior and other related areas affected by ADHD. 5) Provide take home messages on life style changes that can provide important benefits for families with ADHD and can be incorporated immediately into the daily routine of the child and or youth with ADHD



     


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