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29th Annual International Conference on ADHD - 2017 - Connect & Recharge


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Session : CHADD1743
FC09 Use of Accountability Systems in the Management of Adult ADHD
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  • Timothy Neary & Daniel Lennen, PsyD
  • Individuals with ADHD may be able to successfully work with a family member, friend, or coach to develop an initial plan for change, yet may struggle with implementing the plan without adequate accountability-based supports. We will discuss the elements of empirically supported behavioral interventions for individuals with adult ADHD, as well as areas of these behavioral plans that stand a greater chance for success through the development of firm accountability systems. Different types of interpersonal accountability and how they can contribute to varying degrees of increased motivation will be explored, and personality factors in choosing a successful accountability partner will be discussed. We will review strategies to help an individual with ADHD successfully initiate an accountability plan and integrate that plan as part of a larger behavioral intervention plan. Other techniques of external motivational enhancement, such as reminder systems and currently available apps, may also be discussed.


Session : CHADD1744
FD01 Add and Digital Disorganization
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  • Judith Kolberg
  • We live in a digital society, rich in technology, with advances in communication, collaboration and productivity. And it’s great, except when it isn’t. The features of digital society including endless information, information turn-on, and an increase in distractions and interruptions impacts adult with ADD right where it hurts – in your weakened executive function. The result: digital disorganization. Digital disorganization is characterized by an attack on your working memory, the extraordinary challenge of getting things done (with an emphasis on ‘done’) and more difficulty planning than ever before. There’s no putting the genie back in the bottle. Digital society is here to stay, but digital disorganization is not inevitable. You’ll learn great ways to handle endless information; get to that elusive ‘done’, and plan no matter how your executive function functions or fails to.


Session : CHADD1745
FD02 Sensory Strategies to Improve Attention at Home, Work and in the Classroom.
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  • Zara Harris
  • An experienced occupational therapist will describe the scientific evidence behind optimal alertness and self-regulation as key components for learning and focus. Participants will learn the mechanisms of how the body takes in and reacts to specific sensory information. During an interactive workshop, participants will identify, select, and explore a variety of sensory materials.


Session : CHADD1746
FD03 Strategies for Twice Exceptional Children who are Gifted and ADHD
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  • Lori Henderson
  • All too often the gifted child with ADHD is misdiagnosed, overlooked, or misunderstood. Learn how characteristics can be similar to yet different from the typical ADHD or gifted child. Walk away with strategies, program ideas, and tools to use in elementary and middle school classrooms to help gifted children with ADHD blossom.


Session : CHADD1747
FD04 Parent Child Journey: An Individualized (and Affordable) Approach to Helping Parents of Challenging Children
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  • Dan Shapiro, MD
  • The Parent Child Journey program represents a unique approach to providing support for parents of children with developmental differences and behavioral challenges. The Parent Child Journey program, developed over decades and recently published, represents a systematic, evidence-based and individualized method for parent behavior management training and support. By using a large parent group format and “pay-what-you-can” model, Parent Child Journey is always available and affordable.


Session : CHADD1748
FD05 Cracking the Code: Converting Assessment Data into Results
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  • Rebecca Resnik, PsyD
  • Psychological test data can have a profound impact both on how we understand students with ADHD and intervene to make their lives better—in theory. The reality is that psychologists, educators, parents, and related service providers often speak a different language, which sometimes leads to communication breakdowns instead of sparking collaboration. As both a former consumer of psychological assessment reports, and now a producer of assessment reports, Dr. Resnik addresses practical strategies for how to use test data to foster productive collaboration from both professionals and parents. This presentation is designed to present a novel strategy for presenting and interpreting psychological test data to inform evidence-based interventions for students.


Session : CHADD1749
FD06 ADHD for One: Thriving When Single and/or Living Alone.
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  • Kim Kensington, PhD
  • When you can't divide the labor or share some expenses, handling ADHD on your own provides challenges. However, it can also make sense and come with a plethora of benefits. Both will be discussed. Benefits can include the freedom to work from 2-5am, the ability to tidy on your own time, and the space to honor your energy cycles. Some challenges may include increased cost of living and not having someone present to help you sort through a decision, care that you close cupboard doors, eat non-processed food or remember your yearly physical. We’ll also talk about how society views not being in a relationship and how easy it may be to shame ourselves. Ideally we’ll get a chance to share some ways to interact with the “smug marrieds,” as Bridget Jones calls them, and talk with others who may be troubled by the single status of their friend or relative. Perhaps your nest just emptied out or you have a parent, adult child, client or friend who is going it alone with ADHD. Perhaps you want to end a relationship but feel daunted by the idea of having to manage everything on your own. This presentation will address some of the ways ADHD may contribute to the choice/result of flying solo, some unique challenges and strategies to manage them, and some of the ADHD specific ways it might be advantageous.


Session : CHADD1750
FD07 Setting Yourself Up for Success: Navigating Accommodations in College
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  • Romaney Berson, J.D.
  • If your student is honing in on where they want to go to college, now is the time to figure out the process for requesting ADHD accommodations. This presentation will help parents, students, and those who work with them, navigate the world of college accommodations. It will offer practical information regarding the process of applying for and getting accommodations in college, which begins in high school, as well as bring to light the available resources, including the “less publicized” services offered.


Session : CHADD1751
FD08 What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew and How You Can Help: The 5 C's of Successful ADHD Parenting
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  • Sharon Saline, PsyD
  • Dr. Saline will discuss how listening to and working with the voices of kids diagnosed with ADHD can improve cooperation and success. Based on her interviews with over 40 kids and their parents and 25 years of clinical experience, she provides parents, educators and clinicians with extremely helpful insights into how kids honestly think and feel about having ADHD and how to better assist them. She has created a unique, strength-based approach called "the 5 C's of ADHD parenting" that helps families improve self-Control, Compassion, Collaboration, Consistency and Celebration. Her collaborative approach integrates mindfulness, cognitive therapy and positive psychology while teaching effective skills to reduce the stress in families’ lives. This presentation will be both didactic and experiential in nature.


Session : CHADD1752
FD09 Navigating the Emotional Storms of ADHD
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  • James Ochoa, LPC
  • Participants will witness firsthand how the emotional distress syndrome of ADHD develops and the best ways to learn to navigate EDS throughout life. Participants will understand the science and vital nature of learning mindful meditation. Participants will explore mindfulness exercises and learn how to create new neural nets to manage the EDS of ADHD. Ochoa will discuss the intersections of neuroscience, psychology, spirituality, and imagination in successfully treating ADHD.



     


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