6th Annual ADHD Symposium Asynchronous Sessions
Through an on-going partnership with Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters (CKHD), CBA proudly offers our annual ADHD symposium featuring world-renowned keynote speakers followed by breakouts sessions for parents/caregivers, clinicians, educators and adults.
Changing the Lens of Support for Children with ADHD
This year's keynote delivered by Dr. Ross W. Greene on Wednesday, June 2nd focused on supporting the social and emotional needs of children in the classroom, at home, and in the virtual world. Resources shared during the event can be found at livesinthebalance.org.
***We look forward to welcoming Dr. Greene back to CBA for a live, on-campus event in Spring 2022!***
6th Annual ADHD Symposium Asynchronous Sessions - CLICK HERE TO WATCH
FOR PARENTS: ADHD Medication - Tips for Summer Management
Sarah L. Chagnon, M.D., Medical Director, Autism Diagnostic Clinic, Neurology Director, Neonatal Brain Institute, CHKD
Best practices and tips on how to best manage your child's medication management over the summer months.
FOR EDUCATORS: Encouraging Executive Functioning
J.D. Ball, Ph.D., ABPP, Professor Emeritus, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, EVMS
While executive functioning (EF) is important for everyone, executive dysfunction defines and characterizes ADHD. In this session, we will (a) emphasize EF’s neurodevelopmental nature, (b) outline EF’s neuroanatomical bases and components, (c) review EF’s central relevance to ADHD adaptation, management, and treatment, and (d) introduce classroom EF enhancement strategies. Participants should bring and expect a data-based, scientific approach to this topic and leave with pragmatic and thought-provoking suggestions.
FOR CLINICIANS: Lessons Learned During the Era of Telehealth/Telelearning
Dr. Janice Keener, CHKD psychologist has extensive training in the assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder and obtained her research reliability in the administration of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Second Edition from the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain in 2014. Her research and clinical interests include Pediatric Health Psychology, early childhood assessment, consultation and liaison, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is certified in the treatment of Tourette Disorder from the Tourette Syndrome Behavioral Therapy Institute Program. She is also bi-lingual and provides assessment and psychotherapy in Spanish and English.