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Event : CHADD108


Session : CHADD1312
TB5: ADHD and Its Links to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD - Preconference Recordings
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  • Brown, Stephen Anderton, Phillip Bussing, Regina
  • •This session will address what AD/HD is, its implications for law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and what can be done to improve interventions and outcomes. Suggestions will be provided on how to manage young person with AD/HD in custody and how to engage local CHADD chapters in partnership work. Speakers will 1) review AD/HD and its links to criminal behavior, in the context of social determinants of health behavior; 2) demonstrate how the disorder effects the individual and the operations of police and juvenile justice agencies; and 3)provide examples of more appropriate early interventions to improve legal outcomes of youths with ADHD. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Recognize ADHD and juvenile justice involvements into the context of social determinants of criminal justice. 2) Recognize the core symptoms of ADHD in an offender or witness and understand the implications of these symptoms for their professional interactions with affected persons. 3) Provide examples of more appropriate early interventions to improve legal outcomes of youths with ADHD. 4.) NOTE: Presenter only listed 3 learning objectives


Session : CHADD1313
TB6: ADHD & Health: Understanding How Eating, Sleeping, Exercising & other Health Habits are impacted by and impact a person with ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD - Preconference Recordings
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  • Olivardia, Roberto
  • eating, sleeping, exercising and other health habits are impacted by and impact a person with ADHD - Having ADHD makes it challenging for people to adopt, regulate and maintain healthy habits and routines regarding their diet, their sleep, exercise, substance use, stress, and other medically related items (annual physicals, taking medication etc). It is important for those with ADHD and those treating ADHD patients to understand that there are a myriad of factors as to why it is difficult. This session will review the empirical literature and discuss the cognitive, behavioral, emotional, biological, genetic, and psychological factors that make these everyday health-related tasks challenging at best and tormenting at worst. There will be discussion of how these problems can result in eating disorders, obesity, sleep disorders, addiction, general poor health and early mortality. Clinical case examples will be used throughout the workshop, as well as anecdotes from the presenter's own experience with ADHD and these issues. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) Understand the cognitive, emotional, and neurobiological factors that predispose men and women with ADHD to develop eating disorders or become obese. 2) Learn the various theories that explain why ADHD individuals are prone to sleep problems. 3) Become familiar with why exercise is beneficial for the ADHD brain. 4) Identify treatment issues inherent in working with patients with ADHD who are substance abusers. 5) Recognize the role of stress in the lives of people with ADHD.
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Session : CHADD1314
TB7: Advanced Psychopharmacology: Comorbidity, Complex and Refractory ADHD
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD - Preconference Recordings
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  • Newcorn, Jeffrey H.
  • •Comorbidity, Complex and Refractory ADHD -This session will review treatment of complex ADHD, including the treatment of ADHD plus comorbidity and what to do for patients who are partial responders or non-responders to treatment. It will consider the full range of available treatment options, treatment algorithms and how they need to vary in complex cases, differential response to ADHD medication treatments, and approaches to patients who pose particular challenges. The workshop will begin with a presentation of didactic material and conclude with discussion with the audience regarding treatment of challenging cases.


Session : CHADD1315
TB8: Everyday Mindfulness
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD - Preconference Recordings
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  • Bertin, Mark
  • •Mindfulness means aiming to live fully aware of our moment-to-moment experience with objectivity and compassion. Through hundreds of studies, the practice of mindfulness has been shown useful for everything from stress management and anxiety to potentially improving attention in ADHD. While meditation is frequently part of the program and may seem intimidating to imagine, it is not required to start. This talk will offer mindfulness exercises usable in everyday life, helping address common ADHD related challenges such as increased stress, chronic struggles to finish tasks and negative self-talk, issues with eating and sleeping, and beyond. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1) To describe mindfulness as a common-sense approach to living accessible to anyone from any culture. 2) To cite research suggesting that mindfulness has distinct benefits for both physical and mental health. 3) To explain the impact of ADHD on stress, and stress on overall well being. 4) To offer practical, easy to implement mindfulness exercises usable in everyday life separate from scheduling time specifically for meditation or other longer practices. 5) To review how improved resilience, lower stress and better awareness of cognitive habits can improve overall health and well-being in individuals and families struggling with ADHD.
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Session : CHADD1316
TB9: Playing Smarter in a Digital World
Conference : 25th Annual International Conference on ADHD - Preconference Recordings
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  • Kulman, Randy I. Stoner, Gary
  • •Both anecdotal observations and recent research suggest that children with ADHD are playing more video games than their typically-developing peers. Concerns about the effect of excessive and violent video game play on children with ADHD will be explored. Specific recommendations will be made about how to address these issues. The focus of the presentation will be on transforming game and app play into a more productive and enriching experience for children with ADHD. The presentation will provide clear strategies for using video games and apps as tools for teaching executive functioning and self-management skills to children with ADHD. Specific neurotechnologies and digital tools designed for children with ADHD and popular games and apps will be discussed. Participants are asked to bring along a smartphone, tablet device, or laptop if possible.



     


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