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


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Session : CHADD1775
SC05 Perfectly Imperfect: Reclaiming and Reframing the ADHD Label. We Are Attention Different, Not Deficit!
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  • Stephen Tonti & Aaron Smith
  • As the title suggests, Aaron Smith and Stephen Tonti are ADHD and proud. They understand that folks with ADHD did not choose to be ADHD, however, ADHDers CAN choose how they internalize the condition. Tonti and Smith argue for the importance of adopting a more life-affirming and uplifting approach to the way ADHD is diagnosed, treated, and ultimately understood by the individual living with the condition. In this talk, they will explore the controversial concepts of Radical Acceptance, Positively Reframing ADHD, and Leveraging Advantageous Mirror Traits for Success.


Session : CHADD1776
SC06 Harnessing the Power of the Emotional Brain: "Game Changers" from Affective Neuroscience
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  • Rebecca Resnik, PsyD
  • New research from affective neuroscience teaches us that everyday tasks, from solving a math problem to striving for college acceptance, are all governed by emotional responses in our brains. Individuals with ADHD are often impacted just as much, if not more so, by their emotional responses to day-to-day challenges. Thus, for interventions to be effective, we need to address not just the cognitive symptoms of ADHD, but to understand the emotional foundations beneath the surface. This presentation integrates exciting new brain research with practical, real-world strategies for promoting motivation, resilience, and perseverance.


Session : CHADD1777
SC07 Your FBA is a Fantasy: Why Conventional FBA's, BSP's, and School Discipline Systems Aren't Getting Results for the Kids Who Need Them Most, and How to Create Ones That Will
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  • Doris Bowman
  • Traditional approaches to making behavioral change through the use of functional behavioral assessments and behavior support plans have long fallen short, and school discipline systems continue to fail those children to whom their “consequence systems” are applied most. With our conclusions about the “why” of behavior being based in something kids want to “get” or “avoid,” we are left with little to do but attempt to externally motivate through rewards and consequences. Come learn how the Collaborative Problem Solving Model and the pediatric neuroscience research of Dr. Bruce Perry of the Child Trauma Academy, can inform the creation and use of FBAs, BSPs and overall discipline systems that are brain-based and skill-focused. Learn what these two evidence-based approaches tell us about how you can stop chasing “temporary compliance” and start building skills.


Session : CHADD1778
SC08 A Novel Smartphone-Based Assessment of Parent-Child Dynamics: External Validity and Clinical Applications for Psychosocial Interventions for ADHD
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  • James Li
  • This session will introduce a novel assessment approach, using patients’ smartphones, to assess daily interactions between parents and children and its implications for psychosocial treatments for ADHD. Developing (and validating) a standardized, smartphone-based approach for measuring progress and outcomes in ADHD is crucial. First, smartphones are widely owned, thus offering impressive and easy access to patients. Regarding interventions, smartphone technology may pave the way for drastically improving the assessment of the patient’s individual context, such that information gathered from a daily assessment can be used to tailor the treatment characteristics more precisely. Furthermore, once in treatment, smartphones can be used to monitor the family’s progress during the treatment, and enhance the family’s engagement in the intervention. Considering that most psychosocial treatments for childhood ADHD focus on child behavior modification through parent training, having improved methods to assess and monitor progress may help to more precisely identify what’s working, and what’s not. In this session, we will discuss the limitations of traditional assessments approaches in ADHD (i.e., interviews, questionnaires, observations), and present brand new research from our laboratory to show that next generation assessment approaches (i.e., mobile data collection) may yield important information about our patients that have might otherwise been undetected using traditional assessment approaches.


Session : CHADD1779
SD01 "Why Are You Yelling at Me?" Tame the Triggers & Turn the Family Volume Way Down
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  • Diane Dempster & Elaine Taylor-Klaus
  • Yelling is one of the side effects of ADHD that the textbooks may not mention, but which can be positively crazymaking. As parents, no matter how hard we try, sometimes we end up yelling—because we don’t know what else to do, or because it works (and we hate that), or because we can’t help ourselves. Our kids end up yelling for similar reasons. Based on a coach-approach to parent management, this interactive workshop will help you understand the nuances behind the “yelling” in your home, and offer strategies for calming everyone down. If you came to this conference because you want to shift the tone of your home from a hot mess to a calm, peaceful family life, then this is the workshop for you.


Session : CHADD1780
SD02 The Latest Procrastination Science: Your Ambassador from the July 11 & 12, 2017 10th Biennial Conference on Procrastination Research
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  • Kim Kensington, PhD
  • What does the latest science on procrastination teach us, and how can we use it to help folks with ADHD get more done? While much delay starting, continuing, and finishing tasks results from executive function issues, not all of it does. Generally procrastination researchers don’t mention ADHD, and they think about delay differently. Dr. Kim Kensington will bring the latest research from that world and add it to the information and strategies we currently have so that attendees can get be more effective at starting and finishing projects.


Session : CHADD1781
SD03 Collaboration Between Parents and Schools... Be Confident, Firm, AND Nice!
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  • Sandra Mislow, M.Ed.
  • This session focuses on strategies to overcome and avoid the breakdown of communication and lack of collaboration which often occurs between parents of children with ADHD and school staff. During the session, we will examine the roots of this conflict and discuss the detrimental impact it has on children. Various strategies for facilitating collaboration and positive communication will be presented, including the concept of principled negotiation, which combines psychological principles and therapeutic communication within conflict resolution.


Session : CHADD1782
SD04 The Three Common Mistakes People Make About Time Management and How They Are Preventing You from Finishing Your Work
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  • Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton, CPO, CPO-CD
  • Are you tired of setting goals to be more productive and feeling like that never happens? This session will leave you with strategies that you can implement right away to change how you plan your time, manage your tasks, and remind yourself on how to get it all done.


Session : CHADD1783
SD05 It's All About the Delivery System -- How Different "Systems" Get Medication to Your Brain at Different Rates
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  • Cathi Zillmann
  • You’ve heard of stimulants versus nonstimulants, methylphenidate versus amphetamine, and immediate release versus time release; but these are just the beginning of the differences among the various medications used to treat ADHD. The delivery system is the material in which the medication is prepared. It controls the speed and timing of the delivery of the medication into your system. We will discuss the various delivery systems that are available and the benefits of each.


Session : CHADD1784
SD06 Who's the Adult in This Relationship? Using Organization to Help Neurologically Diverse Couples Reconnect and Recharge
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  • Nathalie Pedicelli
  • Roughly 50% of marriages today end up in divorce. Add a powder keg of ADHD to the mix and 85% of couples split up. It’s almost impossible to stay married when you have ADHD. This session will expose the significant negative impacts that ADHD has on marriage when it is not decoded for the neuro-typical spouse. Despite their best intentions to organize their ADHD spouse, neuro-typical partners end up making their ADHD partner feel like they are the problem in the relationship. Accused of being careless or lazy, the ADHD spouse often shuts down or avoids confrontation. On the flip side, the frustrated neuro-typical partner increasingly feels like s/he is the only adult in the relationship. This session is geared for organizers, coaches and therapists who want to improve the lives of their clients through proven yet simple to implement organizing strategies. These techniques will significantly reduce the nagging and blaming by the neuro-typical spouse while increasing the reliability and productivity of the ADHD partner. Communication differences and organizing styles that move the relationship from conflict to comprehension will be discussed. Techniques to overcome ADHD indecision, procrastination, perfectionism, forgetfulness and clutter will be introduced. An overview of ADHD thought and sensory processing styles will explain why traditional space organization methods don’t work. In addition to using her client experiences as examples, Ms. Pedicelli will share her own experience in having ADHD and being in a relationship with the same spouse for over 20 years.



     


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