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26th Annual International Conference on ADHD


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Event : CHADD109


Session : CHADD1426
FB4: Understanding and Managing Difficult Behavior in the Classroom
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Harvey Weinberg, Ph.D.
  • This session will focus on providing educators various classroom behavioral and psychological interventions designed to reduce the impact of disruptive behavior often created by youngsters with ADHD and related conditions. Understanding the differences and similarities between ADHD, ADHD plus related conditions and a related condition without ADHD, but mimicking ADHD will be highlighted.This will help the educator to develop interventions that are more specific to the underlying causes of disruptive behavior. Teacher friendly interventions will be described, along with information about communication strategies, applied theoretical frameworks, collaboration, environmental modifications and teacher traits.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe a theoretical framework of behavioral and psychological management which can be applied to specific classroom interventions 2. Understanding the differences and similarities between ADHD, ADHD with comorbid conditions, and comorbid conditions that mimic ADHD, and how they are manifested in the classroom 3. Identify various communication strategies that are designed to facilitate classroom functioning, and serve as a tool to prevent behavioral problems 4. Overview collaborative and collegial measures that teachers can access to assist with classroom management 5. Describe various teacher interventions and environmental modifications that can assist in reducing the level of disruptive activity in the classroom


Session : CHADD1427
FB5: The Illusion of ADHD: How do We Know What it Really Is? Science, Perception and the Media
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Eugene Arnold, MD; James Swanson, Phd
  • This audiovisual experience is designed to provide insights into some of the challenges in understanding, conceptualizing, and diagnosing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Epistemological, historical, evolutionary, nosological, cultural, etiological, and epidemiological issues will be discussed. Participants should have some pre-existing general knowledge of ADHD to benefit fully from the experience.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the different perceptions of ADHD and the epistemological challenges in discerning the essence of ADHD 2. Discuss how expectations and receptiveness influence what we perceive diagnostically 3. Describe different depths of diagnosis and strategies for carving nature


Session : CHADD1428
FB6: Treating ADHD In Parents of Children with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mark Stein, Ph.D.
  • The session will describe will present a review of the literature on treatment of ADHD in parents, describing the impact of untreated ADHD on parents, their parenting, and their at risk children. Pharmacological and behavioral treatments will be described, as well as discussion of barriers to treating ADHD in multiplex families where both a child and parent has ADHD.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the impact of ADHD (untreated) on adults, marriages, and parenting 2. Discuss the barriers to receiving appropriate treatment 3. Summarize risk and protective factors for children with ADHD symptoms whose parents have ADHD


Session : CHADD1429
FB7: Girls with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Ellen Littman, Ph.D.
  • This session highlights our current understanding of the impact of ADHD on the experience of girls. It focuses on what recent research is revealing about their inner lives, and why ADHD exacts a greater toll on the psychological functioning of girls than boys. The presentation will trace their distinct developmental trajectory, and discuss the confluence of hormones, gender role expectations, and internalized symptoms. Recent findings underscore the importance of long-term vigilance in monitoring and treating girls as they negotiate the complex transition into adulthood. By heightening awareness, parents, educators, and professionals can work together to create a safety net for these girls, with interventions that better target their needs.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. List factors that can contribute to poor self-esteem in girls with ADHD 2. Describe the effects of fluctuating hormone levels on girls with ADHD 3. Identify two comorbid conditions that girls with ADHD often develop


Session : CHADD1430
FB8: ADHD: A Matter of Routines
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Mark Bertin, MD
  • Research shows people with ADHD are more prone to an array of health concerns. These range from struggles with weight to eating disorders, and from difficulty with sleep to actual sleep disorders. They are also more likely to have driving accidents, smoke, or drink underage. Exercise may improve ADHD symptoms, but maintaining a fitness routine is more challenging with ADHD. This talk features an overview of practical, evidence-based choices that support both ADHD management and living a healthy lifestyle with ADHD.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Summarize the impact of executive function on planning and routines 2. Recognize the relationship between ADHD and healthy eating 3. Recognize and list solutions to address the impact of ADHD on sleep


Session : CHADD1431
FB9: ADHD Champions: Life with ADHD at 180 MPH
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Jeff Copper
  • Reading the Sports Illustrated article about Luca Forgeois was an incredible inspiration! (See Andrew Lawrence, April, 28, 2014.) Luca’s childhood failures came early in school, where he bullied by classmates, misunderstood by teachers and punished for his trouble concentrating in the classroom. His good intentions to stay focused, to sit still and to complete his schoolwork, were short-lived; and, within 30 seconds his “mind was on fire,” off and running. At home, he could only finish 10 minutes of schoolwork, before he needed a break. After running laps around the house, he was able to re-focus and could work again for very brief periods. It was during this time that his parents knew he needed help – he was becoming discouraged and depressed as he lagged behind his peers and disappointed his teachers. Luca was diagnosed with ADHD; and, with encouragement from his father, he found an outlet for his incredible energy by driving go-karts.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.To understand how symptoms of ADHD create challenges of the classroom; 2.To understand how symptoms of ADHD affect the social and emotional well being of individuals; 3.To discuss how early diagnosis and effective treatment for ADHD can lead to success; 4.To explore ways of maximizing the “unique ADHD brain in a non-ADHD world;” and, 5.To discuss how life-goals can be accomplished with effective treatment, hard work, disciplined physical training, and a supportive team.


Session : CHADD1432
FB10: ADHD & It's Links to Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice: What every Parent Should Know
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Phillip Anderton, Ph.D. & Stephen Brown
  • This session is targeted specifically at parents that worry about their ADHD child coming into contact with the justice system. It will also provide Chadd Chapter members with all the information they need to engage local Police departments and educate those within the criminal justice system. Likewise, for professionals who work in the field of ADHD, this session addresses the question of how they can help ADHD adolescents in these circumstances.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Be able to place ADHD and juvenile justice involvements into the context of social determinants of health 2. Be able to recognize the core symptoms of ADHD aqnd the risks this may cause of offending and understand the implications of these symptoms for interactions with professionals in the justice system 3. Be able to intervene and advocate more effectively, at individual and agency levels, earlier and more effectively ensure young people with ADHD ‘stay or get out of trouble’ 4. Be able to plan for more effective interventions to people with ADHD to break the cycle of recidivism 5. Be able to take their learning, and supplied resources, back into the workplace to use as training tools for colleagues and co-workers


Session : CHADD1433
FC1: Therapeutic Response to ADHD Relationship Hotspots
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Melissa Orlov
  • Couples impacted by adult ADHD can learn to calm common emotional hot spots when they better understand the underlying tensions between ADHD symptoms and healthy relationship behavior characteristics that impact their interactions. Using two common emotional hotspots - feeling unloved, and broken trust - as illustration, this presentation provides the scientific research and clinical data couples can use to make greater progress towards happier, more fulfilling lives.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the conflict between ADHD symptom expression and healthy relationship characteristics 2. Assess the impact of symptomatic distracted behaviors upon both ADHD partner and non-ADHD partners (or 'other ADHD' partners) 3. Assess and utilize specific treatment strategies for targeted application against specific emotional hot spots


Session : CHADD1434
FC2: The Invisible Fences of Adult ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Russell Ramsay, Ph.D.
  • Although negative thinking is not a cause of ADHD, it is most definitely an effect of living with ADHD, particularly if it has gone undiagnosed until adulthood. Recent research has shown that negative thoughts affect adults with ADHD more than was previously realized. The current session focuses on the effects of negaitve attitudes and beliefs on adults with ADHD, their impact on motivation and follow through on coping skills, and how to identify and change some of the common negative thoughts.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Summarize recent research on dysfunctional thoughts and adult ADHD 2. Identify the most common dysfunctional thoughts that leads to procrastination 3. Recite at least one example of dysfunctional "positive thinking"


Session : CHADD1435
FC3: Better Attention = Better Memory: Strengthen Both
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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  • Ari Tuckman, Ph.D.
  • All cognitive functioning depends on attention and memory, as we fight constant distractions and strive to remember all the important details. People with ADHD struggle more than most people with both attention and memory, yet do not realize how these two cognitive functions are related. This session will explain that connection: that memory is only as good as attention, in that we can’t remember something that we did not first pay attention to. This session will offer a detailed explanation of the different types of attention and memory, how they work, and why they sometimes fail us, all with the goal of giving attendees practical strategies that they can use to improve attention and memory in daily life.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Explain the situations that cause attention and memory to not work as expected or hoped 2. Summarize the theories on how to improve attention and memory in daily life 3. Utilize strategies to improve attention and memory in daily life



     


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