Skills for Success with ADHD
On Saturday, January 24th Chesapeake Bay Acadmey, along with TCC, ODU and CHADD of Hampton Roads, held a symposium on “Skills for Success with ADHD”. Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA was the keynote speaker. His topic was “Change What You Can, Accept the Rest”.
People with ADHD often have to work harder yet have less to show for their good efforts, making it easy to get discouraged. This presentation helped attendees to acknowledge their frustration and understand the importance of continuing to work towards a better life. Click on the links below to see their presentations.
Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA, Clinical Psychologist - Change What You Can, Accept the Rest & Psychology of Medication Making Good Choices for Yourself
J.D. Ball, Ph.D., Neuropsychologist, Vice-Chair EVMS Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences - The Particular Importance of Evaluating and Managing Sleep Problems for Children and Adults with ADHD: The Sleep/ADHD Conundrum
Jeffrey S. Katz, Clinical Psychologist - Ph.D., Homework: How to Make it Easier and More Effective
C. J. Butler, Senior Lecturer, CDSE - Setting the Stage for Success: Effective management of the Instructional Environment
Mindy Schwartz Katz - Organizing for the Disorganized: Use Your Brain Style to Get Better Organized