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Calendar of Events

2016 CHADD Annual International Pre- Conference

Nov. 10, 2016 9:00 am - Nov. 30, 2016 11:30 pm

  • Location: Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
  • Meeting Type: Annual Meeting

Description: CHADD’s Pre-Conference Institutes present in-depth information of specific interest to health and mental health professionals, educators, attorneys, advocates, families, caregivers, coaches, partners, adults, and young adults with ADHD. Available at an additional fee (unless otherwise noted), Institutes provide an opportunity to sharpen knowledge, meet colleagues, and obtain CE/CME/CEU and Coaching credits.

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2016 CHADD Annual International Conference

Nov. 10, 2016 12:00 am - Dec. 15, 2016 11:30 pm

  • Location: Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
  • Meeting Type: Annual Meeting

Description: CHADD’s Annual International Conference is the major research, practice and public information conference dedicated to ADHD. Conference session will focus on providing the up-to-date science-based information and the impact of this information on treatments for individuals with ADHD. The conference will bring together researchers, mental health clinicians, educators, adults, coaches/organizers, parents and others who are seeking more in-depth materials Major goals for the conference are to: •Disseminate the latest developments in research; •Facilitate an ongoing exchange about issues related to ADHD;Increacrese public understanding of the disorder and its impact, and •Offer solutions and tactics to make life with ADHD easier to manage.

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CHADD Webinar: How to Survive Mornings with ADHD

Jan. 31, 2017 2:00 pm - Jan. 31, 2017 3:00 pm

  • Location : Online
  • Meeting Type: Webinar

Description :

CHADD Webinar: How to Survive Mornings with ADHD

Parents of children with ADHD often say that mornings are one of the most difficult times of the day. From getting them out of bed, dressed, eating breakfast, finding missing items and getting out of the house on time for school-- the whole morning routine can cause stress for all involved. Join u for this webinar to learn helpful tips for keeping children ages 5-18 focused on completing morning tasks and leaving the house on time.

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Parent to Parent: Family Training on ADHD | Davis County, UT

Feb. 9, 2017 6:00 pm - Mar. 23, 2017 8:00 pm

  • Location : Davis School District Training Center
  • Meeting Type: Regional and State Events

Description :A series of 7 two-hour classes for anyone who wants to learn about ADHD
** One USOE credit available for Davis District teachers who complete the class series

Session 1 Overview of ADHD
-DSMV Criteria for Diagnosing ADHD
-Impact of ADHD on the Family
-ADHD & Executive Functions
-ADHD & Co-existing Conditions

Session 2 Assessment to Multimodal Treatment
-The Science of ADHD
-Assessment / Evaluation Process for ADHD
-Multimodal Treatment Options: Behavioral Interventions & Medications Used for ADHD

Session 3 Developing Parenting Strategies & Positive Behavior Interventions – Behavior Management, Part I
-Proactive and Reactive Strategies for Home and School

Session 4 Strengthening Family Relationships | Behavior Management, Part II
-Effective Communication Strategies for Home and School

Session 5 Educational Rights for Your Child with ADHD
-Understanding the Processes under the Federal Education Laws (Section 504 and IDEA)

Session 6 Building an Education Team: Bridging the Gap between Home and School
The link between Impaired Executive Functions & Schoolwork Difficulties
-Managing the Homework Process
-Fostering School-Home Communication
-Organizing School Work and Supplies

Session 7 Resiliency, Teen Challenges & Future Success
-Strengthening Resiliency in Children/Teens
-Avoiding the Challenges of Possible Substance Abuses
-Teen Driving Challenges

Pre-registration is required
$80.00/family or educator - Includes Parent to Parent Manual and Presentation Handouts
To Register:
Parents and Educators: Email your name and phone number to Kathy Romney at kathyromney@comcast.net or call 801.450.5433
Educators Only: Information for registering through On-Track to receive credit for the course will be sent out after registration is completed. Reimbursement is available for Davis School District Educators when course is completed.
Everyone: Make checks payable to CHADD of Utah (Limited scholarships available for parents in need.)

Parent to Parent: Family Training on ADHD | Fremont, CA

Mar. 11, 2017 9:00 am - Mar. 18, 2017 3:30 pm

  • Location : Kaiser Permenente, Fremont
  • Meeting Type: Regional and State Events

Description :Two-day course providing an interactive and educational program for adults and parents of children and adolescents with ADHD.
THIS PROGRAM INCLUDES A COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE HANDBOOK!
** Sponsored by CHADD OF Northern California

Questions: contact Judy Marshall (510) 352.2103/Shari Gent (510) 386-7642 or judymarshall@comcast.net

Download the flyer and registration form.

Parent to Parent: Family Training on ADHD | Davis County, UT

Mar. 15, 2017 6:00 pm - May. 3, 2017 8:00 pm

  • Location : Davis School District Training Center
  • Meeting Type: Regional and State Events

Description :A series of 7 two-hour classes for anyone who wants to learn about ADHD
** One USOE credit available for Davis District teachers who complete the class series

Session 1 Overview of ADHD
-DSMV Criteria for Diagnosing ADHD
-Impact of ADHD on the Family
-ADHD & Executive Functions
-ADHD & Co-existing Conditions

Session 2 Assessment to Multimodal Treatment
-The Science of ADHD
-Assessment / Evaluation Process for ADHD
-Multimodal Treatment Options: Behavioral Interventions & Medications Used for ADHD

Session 3 Developing Parenting Strategies & Positive Behavior Interventions – Behavior Management, Part I
-Proactive and Reactive Strategies for Home and School

Session 4 Strengthening Family Relationships | Behavior Management, Part II
-Effective Communication Strategies for Home and School

Session 5 Educational Rights for Your Child with ADHD
-Understanding the Processes under the Federal Education Laws (Section 504 and IDEA)

Session 6 Building an Education Team: Bridging the Gap between Home and School
The link between Impaired Executive Functions & Schoolwork Difficulties
-Managing the Homework Process
-Fostering School-Home Communication
-Organizing School Work and Supplies

Session 7 Resiliency, Teen Challenges & Future Success
-Strengthening Resiliency in Children/Teens
-Avoiding the Challenges of Possible Substance Abuses
-Teen Driving Challenges

Pre-registration is required
$80.00/family or educator - Includes Parent to Parent Manual and Presentation Handouts
To Register:
Parents and Educators: Email your name and phone number to Kathy Romney at kathyromney@comcast.net or call 801.450.5433
Educators Only: Information for registering through On-Track to receive credit for the course will be sent out after registration is completed. Reimbursement is available for Davis School District Educators when course is completed.
Everyone: Make checks payable to CHADD of Utah (Limited scholarships available for parents in need.)

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