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2015 Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy


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Session : CHADD1541
FC8: ADHD + Autism Spectrum Disorder = Executive Functioning Problems X 2:  Meeting the Challenge
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  • Cooper-Kahn, Joyce
  • This presentation will focus on building an understanding of the executive functioning challenges among the group of children who have symptoms of both ADHD and autism spectrum disorders. We will look at the executive functioning weaknesses seen in these children and consider interventions to help with some of the most significant executive functioning weaknesses of this interesting, if at times difficult, group. We will pay particular attention to ways parents and educators can help to build flexibility and organizational skills and support working memory.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Participants will discuss the prevalence of co-occuring diagnoses of ADHD and autism spectrum disorders. 2. Participants will describe the most common executive functioning weaknesses in this overlap group. 3. Participants will list 3 categories of strategies to help children and teens build better flexibility. 4. Participants will list at least 2 principles of intervention for helping children and teens build better organizational skills. 5. Participants will list at least 2 ways to reduce the burden on working memory.


Session : CHADD1542
PLEN03: 360 Thinking: A New Model for Executive Function Skills
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  • Ward, Sarah R. ; Co-Presenter: Jacobsen, Kristen
  • You may have read about executive function skills and heard about related terms. Let’s go beyond the book definition and learn how to recognize the EF skills that might be either facilitating or impeding learning during instruction. How do all of these skills work together in a moment to enable an individual to effectively create a goal, form a plan, and self monitor through tasks in a timely and efficient manner? 360 Thinking is an innovative model of executive function skills that provides a new perspective for understanding and supporting executive function skills in educational and home settings. - See more at: http://www.chadd.org/Training-Events/Annual-International-Conference-on-ADHD/Annual-Conference-Session-Description.aspx?session=PLEN03&code=418448#sthash.ALueWiEz.dpuf
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe 2 features for each of the four elements of situational awareness: Space, Time, Objects, People. 2 State the definition of ‘mimetic ideational information processing’ as it pertains to executive function skills. 3. List the 4 elements of mimetic ideational information processing. 4. Define the role of nonverbal working memory in executive function skills. 5. Describe 2 ways in which nonverbal working memory contributes to flexible thinking and problem solving skills. - See more at: http://www.chadd.org/Training-Events/Annual-International-Conference-on-ADHD/Annual-Conference-Session-Description.aspx?session=PLEN03&code=418448#sthash.ALueWiEz.dpuf


Session : CHADD1542AUDIO_VIDEO
PLEN03: 360 Thinking: A New Model for Executive Function Skills
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  • Ward, Sarah R. ; Co-Presenter: Jacobsen, Kristen
  • You may have read about executive function skills and heard about related terms. Let’s go beyond the book definition and learn how to recognize the EF skills that might be either facilitating or impeding learning during instruction. How do all of these skills work together in a moment to enable an individual to effectively create a goal, form a plan, and self monitor through tasks in a timely and efficient manner? 360 Thinking is an innovative model of executive function skills that provides a new perspective for understanding and supporting executive function skills in educational and home settings.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe 2 features for each of the four elements of situational awareness: Space, Time, Objects, People. 2 State the definition of ‘mimetic ideational information processing’ as it pertains to executive function skills. 3. List the 4 elements of mimetic ideational information processing. 4. Define the role of nonverbal working memory in executive function skills. 5. Describe 2 ways in which nonverbal working memory contributes to flexible thinking and problem solving skills.


Session : CHADD1543
SA1: Physical Exercise, Obesity, Growth, and ADHD
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  • Waxmonsky, James G.; Co-Presenter: Peter T. Katzmarzyk, PhD, FACSM, FAHA; Moderator: James Swanson, PhD
  • The primary aim of this session is to explore the associations among physical activity, obesity and academic performance in children. A special emphasis is placed on understanding the role of physical activity in promoting learning, and providing opportunities for physical activity in the school and home setting. This session will explore the practical implications of the latest scientific evidence in the field. The growth patterns of children with ADHD as well as the effect of medication treatments for ADHD on weight gain and growth will be discussed. Practical methods for promoting a healthy pattern of weight gain and growth will also be addressed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Understand the extent of the problem of childhood physical inactivity and obesity. 2. Describe the relationships among physical activity, sedentary behavior and obesity in children. 3. Understand the degree to which physical activity and obesity are related to school academic performance in children. 4. Identify potential opportunities to increase physical activity for children in the home and school environments. 5. Identify promising policies related to increasing children’s physical activity. 6. Understand how ADHD impacts the physical growth and development of school aged children. 7. Understand how common medications for ADHD impact appetite, weight gain and growth in children. 8. Discuss associations of childhood ADHD with BMI and final height in adulthood. 9. Discuss methods for promoting healthy weight gain in children using ADHD medication. 10. Discuss methods for promoting normative growth trajectories in children using ADHD medication.


Session : CHADD1544
SA2: Adult ADHD Symptoms or Poor Coping Skills? Clarifying the Confusion with Success Strategies
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  • Pera, Gina A.
  • Most adults with ADHD struggle for decades before being diagnosed. Consequently, many have developed poor coping skills and distorted explanations of their challenges. Their loved ones may form their own dysfunctional patterns in reaction to unrecognized ADHD-related behaviors. Even when ADHD is diagnosed and treatment begins, counterproductive coping strategies within the adults with ADHD and their loved ones can thwart hopes of creating healthier interactions and higher functioning.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Review the list of Adult ADHD’s neurobehavioral traits and then explain how ADHD symptoms on everyday life can also be understood through the model of Executive Functions. 2. Identify the most common poor coping skills among late-diagnosis adults with ADHD, focusing on how these affect relationships and family life, including: avoiding, quitting, rationalizing and blaming, controlling, aggressiveness, and rushing through tasks and activities. 3. Describe the common poor coping skills among the partners of these late-to-diagnosis adults as well as other family members, including: denying and minimizing, enabling dysfunctional behavior, “walking on eggshells,” and being hyper vigilant. 4. Explain the importance of psychoeducation and how the ADHD model of CBT can help both individuals with ADHD and their loved ones to correct cognitive distortions and develop more productive strategies; also explain the importance of physical strategies in improving brain function (e.g. medication, exercise, sleep). 5. Describe new practical strategies that can replace dysfunctional habits, focusing on areas that affect domestic life the most: communication, cooperation, organization, and time management.


Session : CHADD1545
SA3: Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity
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  • Tivers, Eric
  • Adults with ADHD have difficulty with executive functioning. On a day to day level, this means difficulty with getting things done. Individuals with ADHD can improve productivity by having the right tools and systems to meet their needs. This presentation features apps, powerful software, and other gadgets that can help people with ADHD be more productive. Additionally, learn advantages to going low-tech and how to combine hi-and-low-tech systems. See some great productivity boosting tools and learn how to use them. Your productivity awaits. Learn strategies and discover tools to get more done.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Review the connection to Executive Functioning impairments to productivity. 2. Discuss ways to determine what types of tools and strategies are needed to accommodate executive dysfunction. 3. Identify common thinking errors that frequently interfere with productivity. 4. Demonstrate 25 apps that directly help ADHD symptoms. 5. Show one model for setting up a paper productivity notebook.


Session : CHADD1546
SA4: Now Streaming: ADHD in the Digital Age
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  • Frank, Michelle
  • Drawing upon reviews of up-to-date research as well as my own clinical experience, this presentation will inform attendees about the link between executive functioning and technology use for adults with ADHD. Executive functioning skills such as time management and distractibility will be discussed, as will complex factors such as social skills and the use of social media. It is critical that young adults as well as older adults with ADHD know how to navigate this ever-changing and constantly expanding terrain.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Identify three ways technology use impacts behavior. 2. Identify three ways that individuals with ADHD struggle with technology use. 3. Identify two examples of benefits of technology for individuals with ADHD. 4. Describe how social skills are an important consideration when using technology. 5. Identify two strategies to use at home and work to improve relationship with technology.


Session : CHADD1547
SA5: Using Behavioral Strategies to Improve Skills in Students with ADHD
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  • Everett, Jessica
  • This presentation will review behaviorally based strategies to improve targeted skills in students with ADHD. Targeted skills will predominately be based upon skills that are identified through functional behavior assessment as being a priority for replacing behaviors that are inappropriate for the individual learner but that serve an identified function for the learner. Skills such as self-regulation, on-task behavior, emotional regulation, and self-monitoring will be addressed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Discuss the importance of identifying replacement skills for interfering behavior. 2. Apply behavioral strategies for skill acquisition and behavior reduction. 3. Identify strategies to improve on-task behavior within classroom settings. 4. Identify strategies to improve self-regulation. 5. Approach challenging behavior through functional assessment.


Session : CHADD1548
SA6: College Students with ADHD: Connecting Creativity to Deep Engagement in Learning
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  • Hubbard, Laura
  • So many of our college students with attention deficits are gifted artists and creative thinkers—strengths that are undervalued and underutilized in academic settings. Often these core strengths sustain the level of self-confidence and self-esteem necessary to navigate everyday college life. As educators who work with students with ADHD, we feel it is critical to recognize and legitimize creativity as central to helping students to engage deeply and invest in academic pursuits. Participants in this workshop will examine ways to validate, harness, and support creative sensibilities, thus connecting both educator and students to deeply meaningful academic involvement.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Participants will be able to discuss creative learning strengths in college students with ADHD. 2. Participants will be able to describe learning processes of college students with ADHD who show creative strengths. 3. Participants will be able to describe strategies that engage students' creative strengths in academic learning. 4. Participants will be able to identify strategies that connect creativity to deep learning. 5. Participants will be able to identify areas in their own practices where they can help students connect creative strengths to deep learning.


Session : CHADD1550
SA8: Bringing about Change in a School System through ADHD Education and Community Collaboration
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  • Dendy, Chris A. Z.
  • Plans for implementing a successful “ADHD Initiative” in an uninformed community will be presented. Years ago, children were screened for learning disabilities only; neither OHI nor Section 504 were considered as options. Today, major change has occurred through key liaisons: superintendent of schools, administrators, a physician, community college president, a local service club, and ADHD education programs.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Identify five components of a plan to bring about change in the school system and the community. 2. Describe how publicity was used to enhance the implementation plan. 3. Describe one way to increase the visibility and likelihood of successful implementation of a successful plan for change through community liaisons and ADHD education. 4. Describe how parents were recruited for participation and were essential for implementation of the plan. 5. Describe how key impact players were identified and eventually educated regarding critical laws and the impact of ADHD and executive function deficits on school performance and behavior.



     


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