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Life-Changing Interventions for The New AD/HD: Beyond DSM-5
Digital Seminar
$189.99 USD
Product Details
Format:
Digital Seminar
Author:
KEVIN BLAKE, PHD, PLC
Publisher:
Vyne Education
Copyright:
7/29/2013
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
WDS020099
Objectives
Identify the differences between DSM-IV, TR and DSM-5 regarding the diagnosis of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in children, adolescents, and adults

Examine the reasons why specific changes were made to diagnostic criteria for AD/HD and their impact on patients

Discuss how to diagnose and treat AD/HD in children, adolescents, and adults according to the DSM-5

Demonstrate adaptations and accommodations that can be made to the school and work environment that can aid those with AD/HD

Describe "Crichton Syndrome" (a.k.a. Inattentive AD/HD) and why it was not included in the DSM-5

Outline

 

Introduction

  • The difference between an ability and a skill
  • What is a developmental disorder?
  • The difference between a disorder and a disability

 

DSM-5 and how it differs from DSM-IV, TR

  • DSM-IV, TR: attention-deficit and disruptive behavior disorders—the inside story
  • DSM-5: attention deficit and disruptive behavior disorders
    • AD/HD, predominately hyperactive/impulsive presentation
    • AD/HD, combined presentation
    • AD/HD, predominately inattentive presentation
    • other specified AD/HD
    • unspecified AD/HD
  • The state of DSM-5 on May 1, 2012 regarding AD/HD: Why all the changes?
  • What about the ICD-11?

 

AD/HD

  • Definition
    • Barkley's theory
      • executive functions defined
    • Brown's theory
    • why there is now only one type of AD/HD
  • What about AD/HD, inattentive presentation (restrictive)?
  • What does "neurobiological" mean?
    • genetics and neurobiology
    • "acquired" AD/HD
    • 30 to 40% rule
      • driving
      • lifestyle health
  • Diagnosis
    • what the near future may have in store
    • the 3 most important things in diagnosing AD/HD
    • paperwork and collaterals
    • how to protect against feigned disability
    • continuous performance tests (CPTs)
    • I.Q. and AD/HD
    • neuropsychological batteries and AD/HD
    • rating scales
    • documentation and practice guidelines
  • Treatment
    • warnings about stimulant medications
    • the "MTA" and 8 year follow-up
    • making facial expressions
    • medications, benefits, and side effects
    • non-medical treatments for AD/HD
      • cognitive behavioral modification (CBT)
      • visual-spatial working memory training
      • AD/HD coaching and professional organizing
      • mindfulness training
      • exercise
      • therapy dogs
      • complementary and alternative medicine
  • Classroom modifications
    • classroom management rules
    • 80-20% rule
    • token economies
    • actively ignoring negative behavior
    • color coding
    • classroom stoplight
    • daily report card
    • 3 R's and AD/HD
    • technology
    • extended time
    • AD/HD teens in the classroom
    • college accommodations
  • Vocational counseling
    • difficulties of AD/HD adults in the workplace
    • employers of adults with AD/HD

 

"Crichton Syndrome" – what was to be AD/HD, Inattentive Presentation Restrictive

  • Definition
  • Symptoms
  • What may cause it?
  • Possible treatments

Accommodations

Author

KEVIN BLAKE, PHD, PLC

KEVIN T. BLAKE, PhD, PLC, is a recognized national authority with over 20 years of experience working with Autism Spectrum Disorder, specific learning disorder, and AD/HD in adolescents and adults. His interest in these were spurred by his own struggles to overcome his specific learning disorder-Dyslexia with impairment in phonological processing, spelling, fluency, and comprehension, as well as severe unspecified sensorineural hearing loss. These diagnoses occurred during the first year of his doctoral program, when not much was known about adults with specific learning disorder.

As Dr. Blake struggled to understand his own specific learning disorder, he decided to make his life's work about the diagnosis and treatment of adults with ASD, specific learning disorder, and AD/HD. When he started his professional life, Dr. Blake was one of only a handful of professionals in the country with such a focus. Now he travels the country sharing his personal story and what he has learned about ASD, specific learning disorder, AD/HD, and other neurobiological disorders with professionals who work with these populations, individuals with these disorders, and their loved ones.

Dr. Blake has been a member of several state and national organizations, a facilitator for a Tucson support group for adults with AD/HD for several years, and a published author, with articles appearing in Attention!LDA Newsbriefs, and Perspectives (of the International Dyslexia Association). He was also a member of the LEAD 2000 Congress that advised the United States Congress regarding uses faced by citizens with specific learning disorder in the 21st century.

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