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Session : CHADD1164
FD6: Interpretation of Clinical Trials: The Lack of Evidence That Medication is Effective is Not Evidence of a Medication Being Ineffective
Seminar – MD/Physician, Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Rachel Bush, PhD, New York Presbyterian Hospital
  • Joseph Deltito, MD, New York Medical COLLEGE


Session : CHADD1168
FD10: High Risk to High Potential: Transition Issues for High School and COLLEGE Students with ADHD
Seminar – Attorney/Advocacy, COLLEGE/Young Adult, Coach
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Robert Tudisco, JD


Session : CHADD1175
SB5: Learning Disabilities (LD) Concerns for the COLLEGE Bound
Seminar – COLLEGE/Young Adult, Educator, Parent/Caregiver
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Gretchen Walsh, MSEd, Notre Dame COLLEGE


Session : CHADD1182
SC7: Navigating the Workplace, Minimizing Challenges
Seminar – Adult, COLLEGE/Young Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Belynda Gauthier, BS


Session : CHADD1183
SC8: COLLEGE Success with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Seminar – COLLEGE/Young Adult, Parent/Caregiver
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Stephanie Sarkis, PhD, Florida Atlantic University


Session : CHADD1189
SD4: A Journey Through ADHD— Stories from Home and School
Lecture – Parent/Caregiver, Educator, COLLEGE/Young Adult, Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Marko Ferek, BS, Facilitator
  • Avery Close, Miss Teen South Carolina International
  • Katherine Ellison, BA
  • Chelsea Rae Gregory, Miss South Carolina International


Session : CHADD1194
SD9: Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and their Partners
Lecture – Adult, COLLEGE/Young Adult, Spouse/Partner
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Gina Pera, BS


Session : CHADD1441
FC9: An Analysis of the Enrollment Patterns and Graduation Rates of COLLEGE Students with ADHD/LD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Theresa Laurie Maitland, Psy. D.
  • Although more students with ADHD and/or LD are now attending COLLEGE, there is limited research detailing how their experiences differ from the general study body. This session will share the compelling results of a study comparing enrollment and graduation data from 2000 students diagnosed with ADHD and/or LD with 9000 of their non-disabled peers. The findings suggest that students with ADHD/LD are at significant risk for academic challenges and that using services can be a protective measure against their challenges.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the current literature regarding the COLLEGE transition experiences of students with ADHD and/or LD 2. Discuss what support services are available for ADHD/LD students attending COLLEGE 3. Discuss and apply strategies to better prepare teens with ADHD/LD for COLLEGE


Session : CHADD1403
TA2: Beyond Accommodations: An In-Depth Look at ADHD/EF/LD Coaching
Conference : PRECONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Jodi Sleeper-Triplette; Christina Fabrey
  • As coaching gains more attention in higher education, the JST Coaching Model© has emerged as a proven approach to supporting students with ADHD/EF/LD. The 2010 research study, based on this model, shows that COLLEGE students improve their skill, will and self-regulation through coaching. Attendees will learn coaching tools and techniques to help students achieve success, both school and beyond. A coaching demonstration will provide concrete examples of the value of coaching for students with ADHD. Participants committed to revitalizing disability support services will find their understanding of a traditional service model stretching to make room for the advantages of a more comprehensive coaching model.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Learn about the brain function and common situations that COLLEGE students with ADHD face. 2. Discover how to assess the value of the coaching process for COLLEGE students by identifying common outcomes of coaching. 3. Identify a range of coaching strategies most valuable to COLLEGE students, and to better explain the coaching process to students, parents, and colleagues. 4. Gain a broader understanding of how coaching can address issues beyond academics and help campus professionals meet institutional goals. 5. Explore how the traditional service model can be enhanced by using an innovative and inclusive coaching approach.


Session : CHADD1404
TA4: Cognitive Therapy for Adults with ADHD: Self Management and Self Organization
Conference : PRECONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - 26th Annual International Conference on ADHD
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Its a GIFT
  • Mary Solanto, Ph.D.
  • Adults with ADHD experience substantial impairment in executive functions. The program developed at Mount Sinai is a 15-session cognitive-behavioral treatment that can be administered in either group or individual modality to help adults with ADHD enhance their time-management, organizational, and planning skills. The treatment aims to impart both cognitive and behavioral skills and strategies, including contingent self-reinforcement; breaking down complex tasks into manageable parts, counteracting the delay discounting effect, implementing and maintaining organizational systems, and manipulating the environment to minimize distraction. Also addressed are the negative self-statements and other cognitive distortions that engender anxiety and depression and exacerbate the ADHD-related deficits. This workshop will present the rationale for and content of the treatment program, with ample illustration of the strategies and dialogue with the presenter. Ongoing adaptation of the program for the needs of COLLEGE students will also be discussed.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the problems and symptoms of ADHD in adults 2. Identify the deficits in, and functional impairments due to, executive dysfunction in adults with ADHD 3. Apply specific techniques and strategies to treat executive dysfunction in adults with ADHD in a structured intervention



     


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