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


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Session : CHADD1765
SB03 Reduce the Battle of Homework Time: Strategies for Parents and Teachers
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  • Jill Linkoff
  • Homework time is often full of stress and conflict for parents and students. While most parents and educators want students to be organized, efficient, and independent learners, students with ADHD/executive function challenges often struggle to stay engaged, motivated, and effective when approaching their homework. Sometimes it’s due to the academic demands, but often it’s due to their ability to manage the demands placed upon them. Parents are often ill-equipped to know how to best intervene, and some end up unintentionally exacerbating the problem as a result. This presentation will explore how to reduce the challenges of homework time by tackling three factors: setting the stage for learning, managing the expectations on the student, and the role the parent should play in the process.


Session : CHADD1766
SB04 College Transition: Correcting the Myths and Misunderstandings to Help Students Be Successful in the Post-Secondary Environment
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  • Elizabeth Hamblet, MS, MAT
  • Myths about college disability services and accommodations can leave students without the critical knowledge they need. Thinking that colleges don’t offer anything may discourage students from attending college, and believing that they provide every service that students had in high school might not properly prepare students for the transition. Laws and expectations at the college level are different, but with the proper preparation and understanding, students can be successful. Learn what really happens at college and what skills students need to do well in this exciting new environment.


Session : CHADD1767
SB05 What Works in Assistive Technology: Student Perspectives
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  • Carolyn P. Phillips, M.Ed.
  • Come learn from our Students what Assistive technology solutions and strategies are working (and not working) for them. In this session, we will explore the collective role each of us play in promoting student success within and beyond the educational environment and the powerful role of AT in this process. We will examine positive outcomes that can occur when self-advocacy and AT are integrated into the learning environment and how these successes transfer into other areas of life. We will provide participants with helpful tips, opportunities to explore emerging trends in technology and identity specific AT strategies and resources that can ultimately assist with smoother transitions in the workplace and community.


Session : CHADD1768
SB06 "Takes One to Know..." How to Teach One!
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  • Billie Abney
  • As a student who struggled terribly in elementary school, the speaker, now a veteran teacher and retired chiropractor, will share tips that make her a highly effective teacher.


Session : CHADD1769
SB07 Contemporary Adult Treatment of ADHD: The New ADHD Lifestyle
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  • Jodi Klugman-Rabb
  • This course examines creating a sustainable lifestyle for ADHD by using research derived from multimodal treatment combining psychoeducation, medication, psychotherapy, behavioral/self-management skills, technological tools, coaching, self-advocacy, and appropriate workplace accommodations. The result is an improvement in self-esteem and productivity through concrete, practical interventions increasing organization and follow through, learning to work with symptom manifestation, and recognizing mindful application of their strengths. It also creates the channels for communication of the eventual resistance and regression that so often defines living with ADHD. Paramount to creating a successful ADHD lifestyle is the ability to communicate when you are symptomatic, overfocused, or coaching loved ones on the best ways to interpret behaviors and miscommunications.


Session : CHADD1770
SB08 More Than Just Medication: Proven Non-Medication Treatments for ADHD
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  • Stephanie Sarkis, PhD, NCC, DCMHS, LMHC
  • In your practice, you will find clients/patients with an ADHD diagnosis who prefer not to take medication. There are various reasons for this, and in this seminar, you will learn these reasons and discover what other treatment options are available. The more you know the “whys” of your client’s choice of treatment, the better quality of care you can provide them. Medications available for treating ADHD, including the benefits and side effects, will be discussed. You will learn the myths surrounding medication and how to help your client or patient make the most informed choice about their treatment. Not only will you walk away with knowledge of the most common non-medication treatments for ADHD, you will also know the safety and efficacy of each treatment. You will learn how much these treatments cost and whether the possible benefits outweigh the financial impact. The use of nutraceuticals and supplements will be discussed, both how they can impact the central nervous system and why it is important to find a producer with good quality assurance. Diet can make a difference in treating ADHD—but not in the way you might think. You will leave with more knowledge about the research purporting a link between pesticides and ADHD. With more than 15 years of experience in treating ADHD, Dr. Sarkis will show you the path to determining the best treatment.


Session : CHADD1771
SC01 Distracted and Disorganized: Sure-Fire Strategies to Empower Women with ADHD
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  • Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW
  • Women with ADHD have specific and often debilitating challenges. Society expects them to juggle it all: home responsibilities, parenting, work, and social connections, all while keeping everyone in the family (including themselves) in balance. Problems with executive functioning and working memory, which play out in procrastination, disorganization, memory issues, hyper-reactivity and more, make it a huge challenge to stay “on top of their game.” Such frustrations often lead to anxiety, depression, failures in relationships and tremendous stress. This combined lecture and interactive session will discuss the challenges women with ADHD face, but will also offer specific strategies on organizing/clutter control, time management, meal planning, parenting, self-care and more. Presentation Sponsors by Shire


Session : CHADD1772
SC02 Self Determination Pathway for Young Adults with Learning and Social Differences
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  • Michele Joseph
  • Each step provides the student and family a framework of support and guidance through the challenges of establishing independence in young adulthood. Attention to training for skill acquisition, expectations for frequent social course corrections, and close connection to a supportive adult are common accountability components with vocational coaches. Learning to “recover well” from challenges, increasing vocational opportunities prior to graduation, and expanding social programming significantly foster early adult productivity and reduce opportunities for isolation.


Session : CHADD1773
SC03 What Does The Future Hold For Children with ADHD? A Personal 50-Year Informal Longitudinal Study Of Children And Adults with ADHD
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  • Chris Zeigler Dendy
  • What does the future hold? Join Chris Zeigler Dendy, veteran parent, CHADD advocate, and prolific author, for this reassuring session regarding long-term ADHD outcomes she has personally observed over a 50-year time span. Additionally, an overview of research on outcomes plus common challenges and intervention strategies will be reviewed.


Session : CHADD1774
SC04 Couples with ADHD: Creating Caring Connection amid the Chaos
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  • Carol Robbins, PhD
  • This session will review the common pitfalls couples with ADHD experience and present solutions and strategies to overcome them. Learn the three golden rules to repair and retain connection in relationship and manage reactivity. Experience the benefits of using the Couple's Dialogue to deepen communication and create safety. Useful apps will be recommended to coordinate tasks, lists, and routines



     


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