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


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Session : CHADD1754
KEY03 Saturday Keynote - Important Challenges in Disability Law for Children, Students, and Adults with ADHD
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  • Matthew Cohen, JD, & Paul Grossman, JD


Session : CHADD1755
SA01 Advocacy Issues for Children and Adults with ADHD - New Developments Under 504 and IDEA
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  • Matthew Cohen, JD, & Paul Grossman, JD
  • Session will address the 2016 OCR Policy Letter clarifying the rights of children with ADHD, rights of adults under Title II and III of the ADA, and impact of the new Supreme Court standard for FAPE and strategies for advocating for people with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1756
SA02 Diminishing Anger in Relationships Impacted by ADHD
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  • Melissa Orlov, AB
  • Couples impacted by ADHD often struggle greatly, with difficulty in both marital satisfaction and functioning. Over time, chronic anger can develop, impacting all areas of a couple’s life together. This presentation focuses upon effective therapeutic strategies couples can use to (a) understand the different types of anger in their relationship; (b) understand the extent to which their interactions reinforce that anger and how to “step out of the cycle of anger” and (c) choose appropriate strategies for specific anger situations. The goal is to provide couples with new insights about their anger and tools they can use immediately to calm their relationship.


Session : CHADD1758
SA04 Assistive Technology 101: Begin With the End in Mind
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  • Samantha Peters & Maria Kelley
  • Welcome to the assistive technology revolution! Assistive technology developments have been a catalyst for producing life-changing results for individuals with ADHD. In this session, presenters will share helpful advocacy tips, AT solutions/strategies, and information on AT trends to watch.


Session : CHADD1759
SA05 "Guy Stuff" - A Puberty Education Program For Boys Diagnosed with ADHD and Their Parents.
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  • Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW
  • Many boys diagnosed with ADHD also struggle with navigating the social world around them. Given that social expectations increase with age, many boys struggle with understanding the increased social expectations during puberty. Guy Stuff is a hygiene and puberty education program taught from a social learning perspective and designed for boys and their parents. Designed for the YouTube generation, Guy Stuff provides boys with the education they need, and their parents with the information they need, to communicate about these topics effectively.


Session : CHADD1760
SA06 "The Earlier The Better: Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD and Comorbid Disorders in Preschool-Age Children
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  • Vera Joffe, PhD, ABPP
  • This session will present fictitious clinical vignettes of preschool children presenting symptoms of various mental health disorders, such as disruptive pediatric, bipolar disorder, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, and anxiety disorder, in order to illustrate the empirically based protocols for diagnosis and treatment of such conditions for preschoolers. Dr. Joffe will illustrate how such conditions would be treated in children who are diagnosed later in life (such as later elementary school to high school), and the severity and complications of clinical presentations of such cases. She will discuss the advantages of diagnosing and treating children earlier in life, such as during preschool years, presenting modalities of treatment for preschoolers such as PCIT and behavior therapy.


Session : CHADD1761
SA07 The Fundamental Power of Anticipation
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  • Bill Flynn
  • The purpose of this session is to demonstrate the effective use of applying emotional purpose within task management planning. Students with ADHD have a strong emotional connection to time and motivation. This session will discuss not only the important relationship between time and emotion, but also the value of helping students process and practice this connection. Using examples, this session will also highlight the effectiveness of creating short term and long term academic plans than fuse task management with the emotional rush of anticipation into the space between beginning a task and completing a task. This connection acts as a means of helping students with ADHD stay focused, motivated, and present in their academic work.


Session : CHADD1762
RS02 Research Symposium II
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  • The 2nd Research Symposium (on Saturday) will include Brian D’Onofrio and Steve Hinshaw (still tentative). Brian D’Onofrio, PhD (Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences) will male a presentation on “Methods for Assessing Risks and Benefits of Treatments for ADHD: Analyses of National Registries and Databases for Sweden and the USA”; James Swanson, PhD (Professor of Psychology at the University of California Irvine) will make a presentation on “Methods for Assessing Risks and Benefits of Treatments for ADHD: Analyses of Longitudinal Studies”.


Session : CHADD1763
SB01 Aging with ADHD
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  • Kathleen Nadeau, PhD
  • This presentation will highlight information drawn from the personal interviews of numerous men and women with ADHD over the age of 60. They have chosen to share their stories in order to further our understanding of ADHD in later years. Adult ADHD burst forth upon the scene in the mid-1990s. Those with ADHD that were in their mid-40s at the time are now in their mid-60s. The boomer generation is heading toward retirement and many are already in retirement, yet so little research has been done on their issues and needs. What little research has been done so far will be discussed, but the bulk of this presentation will focus on the information that is being gathered in an ongoing project to document the process of aging with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1764
SB02 ADHD Coaching: Using an Appreciative Approach and Process
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  • Nora Misiolek, Alan Graham, & Naomi Zemont
  • Appreciative inquiry is an organizational development process that can be readily adapted to ADHD coaching. Appreciative inquiry coaching focuses on exploring and amplifying a client’s strengths to help motivate behavior change. In this presentation, the AI model will be explained along with its adaptation to ADHD coaching. Participants will then have an opportunity to learn appreciative coaching techniques and practice them.



     


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