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28th Annual International Conference on ADHD - 2016 - Be Extraordinary


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Session : CHADD1652
SA9 Project-Based Learning and ADHD: Research and Strategies for the Teacher
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  • Susan Kologi
  • This session will demonstrate and describe the recent research on project-based learning (PBL) in the classroom. There will be discussion of strategies for teachers to use PBL techniques and collaborative learning with all their students and those with learning differences such as ADHD.


Session : CHADD1653
SA10 Winning Hearts & Minds - Empowering Patients to Defend Their Diagnosis
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  • Rick Green
  • The majority of adults struggling with ADHD have no idea why they are suffering. Thanks in part to ill-informed ‘loved ones’ and a media determined to create controversy for ratings, 80% of adults with ADHD are unwilling to consider the possibility that there’s an explanation for their struggles, even the best tools, medication, and research are wasted. In this webinar, ADHD advocate Rick Green outlines strategies anyone can use to stop those who keep spreading myths and empower parents and adults with ADHD to ‘defend their diagnosis’ so that they comply with their treatment plan.


Session : CHADD1654
SB1 Medication Management Of Side Effects When ADHD Patients Are Comorbid for Asperger
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  • Edward Aull
  • Slide presentation on the medications used in treating ADHD and their side effects, especially in patients comorbid for anxiety issues. Medications will be discussed and what medications may be used to counter side effects. Preferences for certain medications, and preferences for ADHD treatment medications will be discussed.


Session : CHADD1655
SB2 How to Succeed in Business Without an Executive (Functioning) Secretary
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  • Roya Kravetz
  • Does your client ever experience difficulties in the workplace related to his/her ADHD? Chances are your answer is “Yes, definitely.” Clients with ADHD face a host of occupational challenges related to their diagnosis, especially when it comes to certain job-related variables such as organizational needs, role responsibilities, and workplace culture, and it’s our job as professionals to help them navigate these potentially rough waters successfully. This session focuses on several factors that can exacerbate the challenges an ADHD client faces in the workplace, such as if/when to disclose an ADHD diagnosis, the role of organizational culture on a client’s success, and bullying in the workplace, and will help professionals learn how to help clients create workplace environments that leverage their natural strengths and talents.


Session : CHADD1656
SB3 STEP: A Time Management and Learning Process for Students with ADHD and Executive Function Needs
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  • William J. Flynn
  • The purpose of the session is to demonstrate the theory and concept behind the S.T.E.P. method. The S.T.E.P. program was developed to assist teachers, coaches, and parents who work closely with students with ADHD and/or executive function needs. The method is used with students to manage long term independent assignments by establishing a successful approach with a recognizable consistent process. This session will demonstrate the effectiveness and adaptability of the method by modeling each stage of S.T.E.P. with examples of student work and the specific graphic organizers designed to guide both the teacher and the student through the process.


Session : CHADD1657
SB4 Maximizing the Effectiveness of Behavioral Strategies for Students with ADHD
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  • Chris A. Zeiger Dendy
  • Behavioral strategies don’t always work as effectively for students with ADHD and EFD. This may explain why students repeat misbehavior. However, behavioral interventions will be effective when proper strategies are used. Common behavioral problems and intervention strategies will be reviewed plus a few trouble shooting tips for struggling students.


Session : CHADD1658
SB5 Co-Existing Conditions Commonly Found with ADHD
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  • Mr. Richard Allan Lougy and Dr. David Rosenthal
  • Co-Existing Conditions Commonly Seen with ADHD The workshop will cover common, but sometimes unrecognized, medical, psychiatric, and educational disorders seen with ADHD. Often these co-existing conditions negatively impact the treatment of a patient if not identified. The speakers bring a wide range of professional experience that offers the audience an opportunity to learn about the medical, educational, and behavioral effects of these disorders on the management of ADHD.


Session : CHADD1659
SB6 The Struggle to Start: Procrastination, ADHD, Understanding and Solutions
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  • Kim Kensington
  • When faced with a job application, mounds of paperwork, or a head swimming with things that need to get done--yesterday, a whole host of issues could make a person feel paralyzed, sleepy and in dire need of a sugary snack. Difficulty starting, continuing and finishing projects are major issues, and not getting things done can frustrate everyone involved. Often, the behavior seems to make no sense, from the inside or the outside. This presentation provides a simple framework to help you identify obstacles in your path and offers many relevant practical solutions.


Session : CHADD1660
SB7 The Value and Practice of Teaching Children How to Have a Productive Conversation
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  • Cindy Goldrich
  • One of the greatest challenges parents of children with ADHD face is that they have a difficult time helping their children manage their frustration and anger. Before very long, children become upset and struggle to communicate why they are troubled. Additionally, they often have a difficult time understanding how their behavior and position may be impacting another person or situation. This workshop will address Effective Communication on three levels: why communication is more challenging for children with ADHD, why actively teaching communication skills can vastly improve relationships and self-regulation, and how to help parents teach the art of a productive conversation. Games and techniques will be introduced to demonstrate methods of teaching children the steps involved in being heard, communicating that they truly understood what is being said, and expressing empathy for another person’s perspective.


Session : CHADD1661
SB8 Organization: Less is More and Simple is Best
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  • Sandy Maynard
  • This presentation will focus on the organizational principle of "Less is More and Simple is Best." Participants will learn simple ways to let go of clutter so the space they have available can be utilized for the things that are most important in their lives. Dysfunctional organizational behaviors will be identified and new and healthier organizational behaviors given. The motivational aspect of maintaining new and healthier behaviors to stay clutter free will be addressed.



     


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