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Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

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Table of Contents
Course Title
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSTIONALS (CE)
AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD
A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?
A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids
B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City
B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'
C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning
CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR EDUCATORS (CEU)
AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD
A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know
A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You
A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?
A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings
L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids
B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City
B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom
B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD
C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'
C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning
C5 - Beyond Medication: A Presentation of AD/HD Resources
SESSIONS FOR NON CREDIT SEEKING LEARNERS
AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD
A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know
A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You
A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?
A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings
L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids
B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City
B2 - Balancing Your Daily Life: Coaching Strategies for Adults with AD/HD
B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom
B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD
C1 - Key Strategies for Handling AD/HD Behaviors and Family Stress within the Home
C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'
C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning
C5 - Beyond Medication: A Presentation of AD/HD Resources

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSTIONALS (CE)

Target Audience : Psychologists, social workers, counselors, MFTs, and addiction counselors
Objectives:  The courses below are designed for psychologists, school psychologists, social workers, licensed mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, addiction counselors as well as other professionals working in the mental health field. Please refer to the PER Sponsorship Statement for more specific information about PER's national and state sponsorship approvals.

The base price per hour is $15. Fee for a 1.5 hour session is $22.50. You may purchase individual sessions or a series of sessions of your choice.

SAVE! Purchase The FULL ACCESS to Continuing Education for Mental Health Professionals (CE) and receive a 10% discount.

All products offered on the CHADD website include detailed product descriptions. As a result, CHADD will not issue any refunds or exchanges for products purchased.

Continuing Education credits (CEs) for mental health professionals are offered through Psychoeducational Resources, Inc. (PER). You may earn 1 credit hour for each hour of learning.  

PSYCHOLOGISTS:
PER is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. PER maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

COUNSELORS: PER is an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and a co-sponsor of this program. PER may award NBCC requirements (Approval #5536). Please check with your state counseling board to see if they accept the NBCC providership.

PER is an approved Counselor (RCX-129413) provider with the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board.

SOCIAL WORKERS: PER is approved as a provider for continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards, 400 South Ridge Parkway, Suite B, Culpepper, VA 22701. www.aswb.org. ASWB approval period: 4/15/09-4/15/12. Social Workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. The following recognize the ASWB program: AL, AK, AZ, CT, DC, DE, GA, ID, IN, IA, KY, MA, MD, MI, MO, MS, MT, NM, NC, ND, NJ, OK, OR, PA (PA requires that courses be at least 2 credits), RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VI, VT, WA, WI, and WY.

PER is also an approved provider with a variety of individual state social work boards which include: the Florida Board of Licensed Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling (CE Provider Tracking #50-1657, Board Provider #351, expiration 03/31/11), the Illinois Social Work Board (159-000505), the Iowa Board of Social Work (#153), the Maryland State Board of Social Work, the Ohio Social Work Board (RSX-019601), and the Texas Board of Social Work (CS1596).

MFTs and/or LCSWs: Course meets the qualifications for continuing education credits for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #PCE 203).

Marriage and Family Therapists:
PER is an approved provider with the Illinois Marriage and Family Therapist Board (#168-000125). PER is an approved provider with the Texas State Board of Examiners of MFTs (#130).

PER is a provider of continuing education with the South Carolina Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and PsychoEducational Specialists (#98). Please note that the Board will only accept CE hours for renewal purposes that are related to the professional license that is being renewed and hours that are related to the educational requirements or subject matter that is required for the licensure.

PER is approved as a continuing education provider by the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) provider #374. The individual sessions cover the following counselor skill groups: clinical assessment, ongoing treatment planning and counseling services.

PER maintains responsibility for these programs and their content.

For additional CE information please call PER at 800-892-9249 or email support@per-ce.net.

To receive CE certification, you must complete an assessment and evaluation for each of the sessions you take. Once the quiz is passed (80% or better to pass) and the evaluation is completed the certification can be printed online or saved as a PDF

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AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD  (1.5 credits)
Course ID : CHADD900CEU

Session Fee: $15.00; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CEU hours

Speakers : Tommy Dendy, Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S.
  • Tommy Dendy is a 1964 graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis and a retired Senior V. P. of Rock-Tenn Co. Tommy and three other fathers are featured in the video: Father to Father: the ADD Experience.  
  • Chris Zeigler Dendy is an author, former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and director of children's services at a mental health center in Tallahassee, FL with over 40 years experience in these fields. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of two sons and a daughter with AD/HD. She is the author of several popular books and videos on teens with AD/HD. She and her husband are members of CHADD's President's Council. She is also a former member of national CHADD's  Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame. In addition she was the co-founder of Gwinnett County GA CHADD and was the volunteer clinical advisor for seven years. She is a member of CHADD's Hall of Fame.  Nationally, she conducts training sessions on AD/HD for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, consults with state and local mental health agencies on children's issues, and serves on the advisory board of the USF/FMHI Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.She is the lead author of the CHADD Educators' Manual on ADHD and is one of the co-founders of CHADD's Teacher To Teacher training program. 
  • This practical session provides a review of ten key AD/HD facts, the impact of AD/HD and executive function deficits on school performance, the role of neurotransmitters, coexisting conditions, and a brief medication overview. Tommy Dendy will also speak from a father's perspective about the challenges of parenting children with AD/HD.  
  • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain what researchers have learned about AD/HD and coexisting conditions. 2. Describe three key facts about AD/HD that may interfere with success in school. 3. Describe the role of key neurotransmitters in AD/HD. 4. Explain how medications help them work properly. 5. Describe the developmental delay often found in AD/HD and how it impacts school performance and behavior.

Course Price : $15.00
  

  • AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must know about ADD & AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD903CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speakers : Cheryl Moore-Thomas , Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson
    • Cheryl Moore-Thomas received her Ph. D. in counselor education from the University of Maryland. She is currently an assistant professor of education in the school counseling program at Loyola College in Maryland. Prior to this appointment, Moore-Thomas worked in the public school system. Her former positions included classroom teacher, professional school counselor, counseling department chair, student services specialist, assistant to the associate superintendent, consultant, and trainer. Over her professional career, Moore-Thomas has published and presented in the areas of multicultural counseling competence, racial identity development of children and adolescents, and accountability in school counseling programs.
    • Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson received her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, is a licensed clinical professional counselor, and currently works as an elementary school counselor in Harford County Public Schools.
    • Through discussion, case study, and small group reflections explore the roles of school-based personnel in supporting students with ADHD in K-12 instructional settings. Strategies and practical tips for collaboration and addressing student needs in urban school settings will be emphasized. This session is CE approved.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify key roles for school-based personnel in supporting students with ADHD, 2. Discuss student needs including the physiological and psychoeducational manifestations of ADHD and implications for school settings, 3. Discuss models for school-family-community partnerships, and 4. Describe implementation models with special consideration of the urban school context.

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD? (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : A3 What Does the School-Based Professional Need to Know About AD/HD?(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : A3 - What Does the School-based Professional Need to know about AD/HD?(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD904CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker :  Ruth Hughes, PhD
    • Ruth Hughes oversees chapter support and the groundbreaking Parent to Parent Family Training Program on AD/HD at CHADD. For 17 years, she was the CEO of the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (now USPRA). Today her work focuses on advocating for a system of care where every child and adult with AD/HD has access to state-of-the-art information and services. The mother of two children with AD/HD, Hughes holds a Ph.D. in psychology.
    • This workshop will give you essential information about how AD/HD is diagnosed and treated, how AD/HD in girls may differ from AD/HD in boys, what services may be available in the school and some beginning steps to help your family manage AD/HD more effectively. "Key Parenting strategies" with Beth Kaplanek is a follow up to this workshop.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify AD/HD symptoms and learn how it is diagnosed. 2. Identify AD/HD as a neurobiological disorder. 3. Discuss what types of supports may be available in the school through special education or a 504 plan. 4. List two simple behavior management strategies.

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : A4 What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids  (1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD906CEU

    Session Fee: $15.00; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CEU hours

    Speaker : Yvonne Pennington, PhD
    • Yvonne Pennington is a child and adult psychologist, marriage and family therapist, registered play therapist and supervisor, and certified Sandplay Therapist, Teaching Member ISST.  Former Director of the ground-breaking Northside Child Development Institute at Northside Hospital, specializing in AD/HD and other learning disabilities, Pennington offers evaluations, group, family and individual therapy. She holds diplomates in psychotherapy and sports psychology.  Pennington is the author of e-books and a DVD. Her two grown sons are Ty Pennington, star of the hit ABC show, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, who also has AD/HD and Wynn Pennington, owner of MOTOVINO wines.
    • Yvonne Pennington will discuss the challenges and triumphs of parenting successful offspring into adulthood even if one has AD/HD. A therapist with over 40 years of experience, Yvonne brings a wealth of professional experience on the topic of AD/HD. But what makes her unique is her real-world experience as mom to one of the most famous people with the disorder, Ty Pennington of "Extreme Makeover home Edition." Don't miss an opportunity to hear promising practices from a psychologist who sees the world through a mom's eyes. Yvonne is one lady who knows what she's talking about. Don't miss this rare opportunity to lunch with Ty's mom. Presiding will be Chuck Kaplanek, chair of the CHADD President's council.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the elements that make up facilitating the psychological growth of AD/HD youngsters and their siblings. 2. Discuss how parenting AD/HD kids changes in tasks and focus as the offspring matures into adulthood. 3. Discuss the multiple ways in which success can be defined. 4. Discuss how to celebrate small successes along the way.

    Course Price : $15.00
      

  • L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids (MP3)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : L-1 LUNCH WITH YVONNE PENNINGTON Raising Amazing Kids(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD907CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker : Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey, PhD
    • Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey is a psychologist who currently serves as the Deputy Commissioner for Youth and Families in the Department of Health in Baltimore City, Maryland.  Her areas of responsibility include School Health, Maternal and Child Health Programs and Youth Violence Prevention Programs.  Prior to her current position, Duval-Harvey was the director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Community Programs at Johns Hopkins Hospital.  She is also worked as a mental health clinician in the Baltimore City Public Schools and then as director of the School Based Mental Health Program and Johns Hopkins.  
    • The most recent research on successfully engaging families, particularly African American families in the assessment and treatment of AD/HD will be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Summarize the current research on AD/HD. 2. Discuss the implications of the research on assessment of AD/HD. 3. Describe successful engagement of families in the assessment and treatment process.

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B1 Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : B1- What Every Psychologist Should Know About AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD910CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker : Barbara Howard, MD
    • Barbara Howard is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Co-Director of The Center for Promotion of Child Development through Primary Care. After studying animal behavior at Cornell University, she received her M.D.  from Johns Hopkins and completed pediatric residency training at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston. She co-founded the Center in 1996 with its clinical laboratory for research in applications to primary care.  
    • In this session we will discuss the aspects of AD/HD that contribute including differences in sense of time, transitions, self responsibility, aggression, and organization, and the key role of parental acceptance. Practical strategies for management will also be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the differences in brain function that contribute to behavior problems in children with AD/HD. 2. Identify patterns of interaction due to AD/HD that appear as behavior problems. 3. Discuss the key role of parental acceptance to the outcome of children with AD/HD. 4. Apply practical approaches to improving behaviors in children with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B4 Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD  (COMPLETE)
  •  EVALUATION : B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD913CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker : Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD
    • Dr. Joyce Cooper-Kahn is a clinical child psychologist and co-founder of Psychological Resource Associates, a private mental health group in Severna Park, Maryland. She has been in practice for 20 years, specializing in helping children and families to successfully manage the variety of developmental challenges affecting children. Dr. Cooper-Kahn has particular expertise in attention disorders, learning disabilities and school consultation with an emphasis on interventions for executive functioning difficulties.  She is the author, with Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D., of Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Parent's Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning (Woodbine Press, 2008.) 
    • It is often a challenge for private psychologists working with educational teams to build an alliance that allows for collaboration and input from the "outside." Common pitfalls include inadvertently alienating staff and getting polarized into clinical vs. educational roles. This presentation will focus on guidelines for successful collaboration with schools and will present illustrative examples. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify at least three of the common pitfalls that occur when psychologists in private practice interact with schools. 2. Define the process of "shadow negotiations" as it applies to formal and informal school meetings. 3. Identify at least two aspects of advocacy that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 4. Identify at least two aspects of connection that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 5. List at least four elements of successful preparation for interactions with schools on a student's behalf.

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist' (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C2 Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD914CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker : Anne Teeter Ellison, EdD
    • Anne Teeter Ellison is the immediate past president of the CHADD board of directors. She has authored hundreds of papers, research articles, and books, including Child Neuropsychology: Assessment and Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 2nd edition. (with Margaret Semrud-Clikeman); Interventions for ADHD: Treatment in Developmental Context; and Clinician's Guide to Adult ADHD: Assessment and Intervention (with Sam Goldstein). She developed Teacher to Teacher: A Comprehensive Program for AD/HD Education with Chris Dendy and Joan Helbing; and coauthored the CHADD Educator's Manual on Attention- Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: An In-depth Look from an Educational Perspective. Ellison is a licensed psychologist and professor emeritus of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
    • This presentation provides a framework for understanding why children with AD/HD have difficulty controlling and monitoring their own behaviors. Practical classroom techniques, interventions and model programs for increasing social, emotional and psychological adjustment of students with AD/HD will be discussed. "If I Could, I Would:" Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom presents common psychosocial and behavioral problems that appear in educational settings and effective strategies to enhance student adjustment.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify a framework for understanding that challenging behaviors result from a lack of skills that underlie AD/HD. 2. Discuss the impact of AD/HD and executive deficits on social, emotional and behavioral functions. 3. Define specific intervention strategies to address behavioral/social challenges related to AD/HD. 4. Identify the critical role educator's play in monitoring the emotional and social well being of youths with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C3 If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning  (1.5 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD915CEU

    Session Fee: $22.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $175.50 for 13 CE hours

    Speaker : Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, MD
    • Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia is a practicing clinical psychiatrist who treats people with ADD across the age range, and a mother and sister of persons with ADD.  Vogel-Scibilia serves on the National CHADD Board of Directors. 
    • This workshop will address medication strategies that help individuals with learning problems from a variety of causes--primary attentional deficits, primary psychiatric illness or environmental situations where extra attention or vigilance is necessary (e.g., military fighter pilots). Substantial time will be left to address questions and audience discussion.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the nature of learning and how medication may help address problems for individuals in learning situation. 2. Apply to their life or clinical practice ways behavioral or cognitive strategies to help individuals where medication is used. 3. Utilize knowledge from the workshop to assist in understanding ways to implement different educational strategies to help with learning.

    Course Price : $22.50
      

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C4 The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C4 - Promoting Learning and Medication Strategies That Help(Required for Certificate)

  • CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR EDUCATORS (CEU)

    Target Audience : Educators

    Objectives : The courses below are IACET accredited for educators. The base price per hour is $12.50. Fee for a 1.5 hour session is $18.75. You may purchase individual sessions or a series of sessions of your choice.

    SAVE! Purchase the FULL ACCESS to Continuing Education for Educators (CEU) and receive a 10% discount.

    All products offered on the CHADD website include detailed product descriptions. As a result, CHADD will not issue any refunds or exchanges for products purchased.

    Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are provided for educators through CHADD as an IACET Authorized Provider.  CHADD is authorized by IACET to offer .1 credits (equivalent to one hour) for each hour of learning.

    Please check with your school district to see if they accept the IACET continuing education certification.

    CHADD is an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102.  CHADD is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET 1-2007 Standard.

    Once the quiz is passed (80% or better to pass) and the evaluation is completed the certification can be printed online or saved as a PDF


    Full Course Package

    $247.50
      


    AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD900CEU2

    Session Fee: $12.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only$247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speakers:  Tommy Dendy; Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S.
    • Tommy Dendy is a 1964 graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis and a retired Senior V. P. of Rock-Tenn Co. Tommy and three other fathers are featured in the video: Father to Father: the ADD Experience.  
    • Chris Zeigler Dendy is an author, former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and director of children's services at a mental health center in Tallahassee, FL with over 40 years experience in these fields. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of two sons and a daughter with AD/HD. She is the author of several popular books and videos on teens with AD/HD. She and her husband are members of CHADD's President's Council. She is also a former member of national CHADD's Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame. In addition she was the co-founder of Gwinnett County GA CHADD and was the volunteer clinical advisor for seven years. She is a member of CHADD's Hall of Fame.  Nationally, she conducts training sessions on AD/HD for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, consults with state and local mental health agencies on children's issues, and serves on the advisory board of the USF/FMHI Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.She is the lead author of the CHADD Educators' Manual on ADHD and is one of the co-founders of CHADD's Teacher To Teacher training program. 
    • This practical session provides a review of ten key AD/HD facts, the impact of AD/HD and executive function deficits on school performance, the role of neurotransmitters, coexisting conditions, and a brief medication overview. Tommy Dendy will also speak from a father's perspective about the challenges of parenting children with AD/HD.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain what researchers have learned about AD/HD and coexisting conditions. 2. Describe three key facts about AD/HD that may interfere with success in school. 3. Describe the role of key neurotransmitters in AD/HD. 4. Explain how medications help them work properly. 5. Describe the developmental delay often found in AD/HD and how it impacts school performance and behavior.

    Course Price : $12.50
      

  • AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must know about ADD & AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD901CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speakers: Julia Painton, BA, MAT; Martin Patwell, PhD; Neil Peterson; Marcia F. Wiedefeld, MA, CRC
    • Julia Painton has been working in the field of education for over 15 years. She currently serves as a disability counselor with Disability Support Services at Howard Community College (HCC) in Columbia, MD.  Prior to working at HCC, Ms. Painton worked as a classroom teacher with Montgomery County Public Schools.  Ms. Painton holds a B.A. in English from Vassar College and an M.A.T. (Master of the Arts in Teaching) from Johns Hopkins University. 
    • Martin Patwell is a professor and chair of the Department of Educational Development at Westchester University of PA. He is the director of the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities which has over 600 students registered. Patwell oversees a TRIO program, a Student Support Services program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. SSS offers academic assistance to 160 students at Westchester with a staff of 8 and provides intensive services to students with cognitive disabilities. He has written and presented extensively on legal and educational issues related to students with disabilities. 
    • Two years ago Neil founded the Edge Foundation. He serves as Chairman and CEO of the national Foundation whose mission is to help students who have AD/HD realize their potential and their passion, and to provide personal coaches to those students.  In the private sector Neil served as consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Neil is the author of a recently published book. The father of two children with a Learning Disability and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), Neil himself has dyslexia and AD/HD. 
    • Marcia Wiedefeld is director of Disability Support Services at Loyola College in Maryland. Marcia is entering her 15th year of employment at the College. All 15 years have been spent working to ensure students with disabilities have academic, physical and electronic access at Loyola. Ms. Wiedefeld earned her Bachelor of Science from Towson University in psychology and her Masters of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling in Business and Industry from George Washington University. Presently, she is enrolled in a graduate program at Loyola College in Literacy Education. Ms. Wiedefeld is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). 
    • A panel consisting of disability coordinators will discuss transitioning to college from a public school, community college, and private school perspective.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize the differences between IDEA and ADA. 2. Describe the major differences in professor's expectations at the college level. 3. List the resources that are generally available for students with disabilities. 4. Identify rights under ADA. 5. Explain how do I become a self advocate and not have to rely on services. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A1 -Transition to College for Students with AD/HD and Learning Disabilities: What You Need to Know(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD902CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker : Kathleen Nadeau, PhD
    • Kathleen Nadeau is an internationally recognized authority on AD/HD and the author of more than ten books related to AD/HD. She has been invited to lecture in Germany, Norway, Denmark, Japan, Singapore, Montreal, Australia, and Israel. She lectures frequently in the United States. Nadeau is a recipient of the CHADD Hall of Fame Award for her pioneering work to promote the needs of women and girls with AD/HD. Nadeau is best known for her treatment approach of neurocognitive psychotherapy, a pragmatic, brain-based, results-oriented treatment that borrows from cognitive retraining theory as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. Her book, ADD-friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, was an Amazon.com best seller. Currently, she is working on ADD-friendly Ways to Organize for Kids.
    • This workshop will identify ways to choose or change careers. Learn how to minimize AD/HD challenges in your current job.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize many AD/HD problems that can be reduced at work without "official" accommodations. 2. Understand how to find a more ADD-friendly job. 3. Understanding what a good job match is for you with your unique abilities, temperament, and interests. 4. Identify circumstances to disclose your AD/HD at work. 5. Understanding the positive traits associated with AD/HD that can lead to success on the job. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A2 - ADD in the Workplace-Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD903CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speakers : Cheryl Moore-Thomas, PhD; Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson, PhD
    • Cheryl Moore-Thomas received her Ph. D. in counselor education from the University of Maryland. She is currently an assistant professor of education in the school counseling program at Loyola College in Maryland. Prior to this appointment, Moore-Thomas worked in the public school system. Her former positions included classroom teacher, professional school counselor, counseling department chair, student services specialist, assistant to the associate superintendent, consultant, and trainer. Over her professional career, Moore-Thomas has published and presented in the areas of multicultural counseling competence, racial identity development of children and adolescents, and accountability in school counseling programs.
    • Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson received her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, is a licensed clinical professional counselor, and currently works as an elementary school counselor in Harford County Public Schools. 
    • Through discussion, case study, and small group reflections explore the roles of school-based personnel in supporting students with AD/HD in grades K-12 instructional settings. Strategies and practical tips for collaboration and addressing student needs in urban school settings will be emphasized.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify key roles for school-based personnel in supporting students with AD/HD 2. Discuss student needs including the physiological and psycho educational manifestations of AD/HD and implications for school settings. 3. Discuss models for school-family-community partnerships. 4. Describe implementation models with special consideration of the urban school context. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : A3 What Does the School-Based Professional Need to Know About AD/HD?(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : A3 - What Does the School-based Professional Need to know about AD/HD?(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD904CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker:  Ruth Hughes, PhD
    • Ruth Hughes oversees chapter support and the groundbreaking Parent to Parent Family Training Program on AD/HD at CHADD. For 17 years, she was the CEO of the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (now USPRA). Today her work focuses on advocating for a system of care where every child and adult with AD/HD has access to state-of-the-art information and services. The mother of two children with AD/HD, Hughes holds a Ph.D. in psychology.
    • This workshop will give you essential information about how AD/HD is diagnosed and treated, how AD/HD in girls may differ from AD/HD in boys, what services may be available in the school and some beginning steps to help your family manage AD/HD more effectively. "Key Parenting strategies" with Beth Kaplanek is a follow up to this workshop.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify AD/HD symptoms and learn how it is diagnosed. 2. Identify AD/HD as a neurobiological disorder. 3. Discuss what types of supports may be available in the school through special education or a 504 plan. 4. List two simple behavior management strategies.


    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : A4 What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD905CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speakers :  Charisse Bryant; Tracee E. Bryant, MPH; Lee Crump, PhD
    • Ms. Tracee E. Bryant serves as the Executive Director of the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. (BMHA) in Baltimore, Maryland. The primary mission of the non-profit organization is to provide and promote a holistic, culturally relevant approach to the development and maintenance of optimal mental health for African Americans and other people of color.  She serves on the Maryland Coalition for Children's Mental Health Board of Directors, Center for the Integration of Spirituality and Mental Health Board of Directors, Woodbourne Board, State of Maryland Advisory Council on Mental Hygiene, and is a member of the American Public Health Association.  
    • This workshop will address cultural and multi-disciplinary approaches regarding the identification and treatment of AD/HD from a panel's perspective. This session is organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore and Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss symptoms of AD/HD that are unique to children and adolescents in school, home and social environments. 2. Identify at least 3 distinct alternatives regarding the diagnosis of AD/HD in children and adolescents. 3. Describe cultural factors that impact the quality of AD/HD diagnosis and treatment. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings (MP3)
  •  EVALUATION : A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings(Required for Certificate)

  • L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD906CEU2

    Session Fee: $12.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only$247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Yvonne Pennington, PhD
    • Yvonne Pennington is a child and adult psychologist, marriage and family therapist, registered play therapist and supervisor, and certified Sandplay Therapist, Teaching Member ISST.  Former Director of the ground-breaking Northside Child Development Institute at Northside Hospital, specializing in AD/HD and other learning disabilities, Pennington offers evaluations, group, family and individual therapy. She holds diplomates in psychotherapy and sports psychology.  Pennington is the author of e-books and a DVD. Her two grown sons are Ty Pennington, star of the hit ABC show, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, who also has AD/HD and Wynn Pennington, owner of MOTOVINO wines.
    • Yvonne Pennington will discuss the challenges and triumphs of parenting successful offspring into adulthood even if one has AD/HD. A therapist with over 40 years of experience, Yvonne brings a wealth of professional experience on the topic of AD/HD. But what makes her unique is her real-world experience as mom to one of the most famous people with the disorder, Ty Pennington of "Extreme Makeover home Edition." Don't miss an opportunity to hear promising practices from a psychologist who sees the world through a mom's eyes. Yvonne is one lady who knows what she's talking about. Don't miss this rare opportunity to lunch with Ty's mom. Presiding will be Chuck Kaplanek, chair of the CHADD President's council.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the elements that make up facilitating the psychological growth of AD/HD youngsters and their siblings. 2. Discuss how parenting AD/HD kids changes in tasks and focus as the offspring matures into adulthood. 3. Discuss the multiple ways in which success can be defined. 4. Discuss how to celebrate small successes along the way.


    Course Price : $12.50
      

  • Raising Amazing Kids (MP3)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : L-1 LUNCH WITH YVONNE PENNINGTON Raising Amazing Kids(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD907CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey, PhD
    • Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey is a psychologist who currently serves as the Deputy Commissioner for Youth and Families in the Department of Health in Baltimore City, Maryland.  Her areas of responsibility include School Health, Maternal and Child Health Programs and Youth Violence Prevention Programs.  Prior to her current position, Duval-Harvey was the director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Community Programs at Johns Hopkins Hospital.  She is also worked as a mental health clinician in the Baltimore City Public Schools and then as director of the School Based Mental Health Program and Johns Hopkins.  
    • The most recent research on successfully engaging families, particularly African American families in the assessment and treatment of AD/HD will be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Summarize the current research on AD/HD. 2. Discuss the implications of the research on assessment of AD/HD. 3. Describe successful engagement of families in the assessment and treatment process.

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B1 Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : B1- What Every Psychologist Should Know About AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD909CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS
    • Chris Zeigler Dendy is an author, former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and director of children's services at a mental health center in Tallahassee, FL with over 40 years experience in these fields. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of two sons and a daughter with AD/HD. She is the author of several popular books and videos on teens with AD/HD. She and her husband are members of CHADD's President's Council. She is also a former member of national CHADD's Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame. In addition she was the co-founder of Gwinnett County GA CHADD and was the volunteer clinical advisor for seven years. She is a member of CHADD's Hall of Fame.  Nationally, she conducts training sessions on AD/HD for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, consults with state and local mental health agencies on children’s issues, and serves on the advisory board of the USF/FMHI Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.She is the lead author of the CHADD Educators' Manual on ADHD and is one of the co-founders of CHADD's Teacher To Teacher training program. 
    • This nuts and bolts workshop offers specific strategies to address executive skill deficits in the classroom. Best practice teaching strategies will also be reviewed.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Define executive function and explain its impact on school performance. 2. Describe two compensatory strategies that will assist with executive function deficits. 3. Identify two common learning problems preventing school success. 4. List two practical teaching strategies that can be used in the classroom and at home. 5. State two possible strategies for improving memorization and ensuring completion of homework and long-term projects. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD910CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Barbara Howard, MD
    • Barbara Howard is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Co-Director of The Center for Promotion of Child Development through Primary Care. After studying animal behavior at Cornell University, she received her M.D.  from Johns Hopkins and completed pediatric residency training at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston. She co-founded the Center in 1996 with its clinical laboratory for research in applications to primary care.  
    • In this session we will discuss the aspects of AD/HD that contribute including differences in sense of time, transitions, self responsibility, aggression, and organization, and the key role of parental acceptance. Practical strategies for management will also be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the differences in brain function that contribute to behavior problems in children with AD/HD. 2. Identify patterns of interaction due to AD/HD that appear as behavior problems. 3. Discuss the key role of parental acceptance to the outcome of children with AD/HD. 4. Apply practical approaches to improving behaviors in children with AD/HD. 


    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B4 Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD(Required for Certificate)

  • B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD911CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Emily B. Hurd, M.Ed.
    • Emily B. Hurd is a resource teacher at the Department of Special Education, Howard County Public School System. She provides leadership for the Office(s) of Psychological Services and Student Services with program development, implementation, evaluation and professional development to ensure that all administrators, teachers and parents are versed in implementation of instructional support and services for students who demonstrate characteristics of Learning Disabilities and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). Hurd received a Master of Education in Diagnostic and Prescriptive Teaching from Loyola College, Baltimore, MD. 
    • The Howard county Public school system is in the first year of creating professional development to support the general education classroom teacher with strategies in working with students who exhibit characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD in their classrooms. This session will provide the history behind this program, what has transpired in the first year, and next steps. Additionally, the participants will learn how parents, special, gifted and general educators, along with county-level administrators, community members, and university personnel have joined together in this effort.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify ways to implement strategies that support the classroom teacher in working with students exhibiting characteristics of learning disabilities (LD) and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). 2. Understand a collaborative model for providing district-wide professional development through existing programs in addressing the needs of students exhibiting characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD. 3. Understand how community support can assist in the creation and development of a model program. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : B5 A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with with LD and/or AD/HD(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with LD and/or ADHD(Required for Certificate)

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD913CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD
    • Dr. Joyce Cooper-Kahn is a clinical child psychologist and co-founder of Psychological Resource Associates, a private mental health group in Severna Park, Maryland. She has been in practice for 20 years, specializing in helping children and families to successfully manage the variety of developmental challenges affecting children. Dr. Cooper-Kahn has particular expertise in attention disorders, learning disabilities and school consultation with an emphasis on interventions for executive functioning difficulties.  She is the author, with Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D., of Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Parent's Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning (Woodbine Press, 2008.) 
    • It is often a challenge for private psychologists working with educational teams to build an alliance that allows for collaboration and input from the "outside." Common pitfalls include inadvertently alienating staff and getting polarized into clinical vs. educational roles. This presentation will focus on guidelines for successful collaboration with schools and will present illustrative examples. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify at least three of the common pitfalls that occur when psychologists in private practice interact with schools. 2. Define the process of "shadow negotiations" as it applies to formal and informal school meetings. 3. Identify at least two aspects of advocacy that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 4. Identify at least two aspects of connection that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 5. List at least four elements of successful preparation for interactions with schools on a student's behalf.

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist' (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C2 Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD914CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Anne Teeter Ellison, Ed.D.
    • Anne Teeter Ellison is the immediate past president of the CHADD board of directors. She has authored hundreds of papers, research articles, and books, including Child Neuropsychology: Assessment and Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 2nd edition. (with Margaret Semrud-Clikeman); Interventions for ADHD: Treatment in Developmental Context; and Clinician's Guide to Adult ADHD: Assessment and Intervention (with Sam Goldstein). She developed Teacher to Teacher: A Comprehensive Program for AD/HD Education with Chris Dendy and Joan Helbing; and coauthored the CHADD Educator's Manual on Attention- Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: An In-depth Look from an Educational Perspective. Ellison is a licensed psychologist and professor emeritus of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
    • This presentation provides a framework for understanding why children with AD/HD have difficulty controlling and monitoring their own behaviors. Practical classroom techniques, interventions and model programs for increasing social, emotional and psychological adjustment of students with AD/HD will be discussed. "If I Could, I Would:" Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom presents common psychosocial and behavioral problems that appear in educational settings and effective strategies to enhance student adjustment.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify a framework for understanding that challenging behaviors result from a lack of skills that underlie AD/HD. 2. Discuss the impact of AD/HD and executive deficits on social, emotional and behavioral functions. 3. Define specific intervention strategies to address behavioral/social challenges related to AD/HD. 4. Identify the critical role educator's play in monitoring the emotional and social well being of youths with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C3 If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom(Required for Certificate)
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD915CEU2

    Session Fee: $18.75; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 22 CEU hours

    Speaker: Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, MD
    • Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia is a practicing clinical psychiatrist who treats people with ADD across the age range, and a mother and sister of persons with ADD.  Vogel-Scibilia serves on the National CHADD Board of Directors. 
    • This workshop will address medication strategies that help individuals with learning problems from a variety of causes--primary attentional deficits, primary psychiatric illness or environmental situations where extra attention or vigilance is necessary (e.g., military fighter pilots). Substantial time will be left to address questions and audience discussion.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the nature of learning and how medication may help address problems for individuals in learning situation. 2. Apply to their life or clinical practice ways behavioral or cognitive strategies to help individuals where medication is used. 3. Utilize knowledge from the workshop to assist in understanding ways to implement different educational strategies to help with learning.

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C4 The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C4 - Promoting Learning and Medication Strategies That Help(Required for Certificate)

  • C5 - Beyond Medication: A Presentation of AD/HD Resources  (0.1 credits)
    Course ID : CHADD916CEU2

    Speaker: Henrietta Hestick, PhD
    • This workshop will address cultural influences and resources regarding families-- efforts to seek treatment options that are not limited to medication. This session is organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore and Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Learn physiological and social aspects relative to the treatment of AD/HD. 2. Identify least three behavior modification options for caregivers and school personnel to consider in the management of AD/HD. 3. Define cultural influences and barriers that impact management/treatment of AD/HD.

    Course Price : $18.75
      

  • Beyond Medication A Presentation of ADHD Resources (MP3)
  •  ASSESMENT QUIZ : C5 - Beyond Medication: a Presentation of AD/HD Resources(Required for Certificate)
  •  EVALUATION : C5 - Beyond Medication: a Presentation of AD/HD Resources(Required for Certificate)

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    AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD
    Course ID : CHADD900CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $11.00; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speakers: Tommy Dendy, Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS
    • Tommy Dendy is a 1964 graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis and a retired Senior V. P. of Rock-Tenn Co. Tommy and three other fathers are featured in the video: Father to Father: the ADD Experience.  
    • Chris Zeigler Dendy is an author, former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and director of children's services at a mental health center in Tallahassee, FL with over 40 years experience in these fields. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of two sons and a daughter with AD/HD. She is the author of several popular books and videos on teens with AD/HD. She and her husband are members of CHADD's President's Council. She is also a former member of national CHADD's Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame. In addition she was the co-founder of Gwinnett County GA CHADD and was the volunteer clinical advisor for seven years. She is a member of CHADD's Hall of Fame.  Nationally, she conducts training sessions on AD/HD for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, consults with state and local mental health agencies on children's issues, and serves on the advisory board of the USF/FMHI Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.She is the lead author of the CHADD Educators' Manual on ADHD and is one of the co-founders of CHADD's Teacher To Teacher training program. 
    • This practical session provides a review of ten key AD/HD facts, the impact of AD/HD and executive function deficits on school performance, the role of neurotransmitters, coexisting conditions, and a brief medication overview. Tommy Dendy will also speak from a father's perspective about the challenges of parenting children with AD/HD.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain what researchers have learned about AD/HD and coexisting conditions. 2. Describe three key facts about AD/HD that may interfere with success in school. 3. Describe the role of key neurotransmitters in AD/HD. 4. Explain how medications help them work properly. 5. Describe the developmental delay often found in AD/HD and how it impacts school performance and behavior.

    Course Price : $11.00
      

  • AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must Know About ADD & AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : AP - What Every Parent & Professional Must know about ADD & AD/HD
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know
    Course ID : CHADD901CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speakers: Julia Painton, BA, MAT; Martin Patwell, PhD; Neil Peterson; Marcia F. Wiedefeld, MA, CRC
    • Julia Painton has been working in the field of education for over 15 years. She currently serves as a disability counselor with Disability Support Services at Howard Community College (HCC) in Columbia, MD.  Prior to working at HCC, Ms. Painton worked as a classroom teacher with Montgomery County Public Schools.  Ms. Painton holds a B.A. in English from Vassar College and an M.A.T. (Master of the Arts in Teaching) from Johns Hopkins University. 
    • Martin Patwell is a professor and chair of the Department of Educational Development at Westchester University of PA. He is the director of the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities which has over 600 students registered. Patwell oversees a TRIO program, a Student Support Services program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. SSS offers academic assistance to 160 students at Westchester with a staff of 8 and provides intensive services to students with cognitive disabilities. He has written and presented extensively on legal and educational issues related to students with disabilities. 
    • Two years ago Neil founded the Edge Foundation. He serves as Chairman and CEO of the national Foundation whose mission is to help students who have AD/HD realize their potential and their passion, and to provide personal coaches to those students.  In the private sector Neil served as consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Neil is the author of a recently published book. The father of two children with a Learning Disability and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), Neil himself has dyslexia and AD/HD. 
    • Marcia Wiedefeld is director of Disability Support Services at Loyola College in Maryland. Marcia is entering her 15th year of employment at the College. All 15 years have been spent working to ensure students with disabilities have academic, physical and electronic access at Loyola. Ms. Wiedefeld earned her Bachelor of Science from Towson University in psychology and her Masters of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling in Business and Industry from George Washington University. Presently, she is enrolled in a graduate program at Loyola College in Literacy Education. Ms. Wiedefeld is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). 
    • A panel consisting of disability coordinators will discuss transitioning to college from a public school, community college, and private school perspective.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize the differences between IDEA and ADA. 2. Describe the major differences in professor's expectations at the college level. 3. List the resources that are generally available for students with disabilities. 4. Identify rights under ADA. 5. Explain how do I become a self advocate and not have to rely on services. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • A1 - Transition to College for Students with ADHD and LD: What You Need to Know (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A1 -Transition to College for Students with AD/HD and Learning Disabilities: What You Need to Know
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You
    Course ID : CHADD902CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Kathleen Nadeau, PhD
    • Kathleen Nadeau is an internationally recognized authority on AD/HD and the author of more than ten books related to AD/HD. She has been invited to lecture in Germany, Norway, Denmark, Japan, Singapore, Montreal, Australia, and Israel. She lectures frequently in the United States. Nadeau is a recipient of the CHADD Hall of Fame Award for her pioneering work to promote the needs of women and girls with AD/HD. Nadeau is best known for her treatment approach of neurocognitive psychotherapy, a pragmatic, brain-based, results-oriented treatment that borrows from cognitive retraining theory as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. Her book, ADD-friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, was an Amazon.com best seller. Currently, she is working on ADD-friendly Ways to Organize for Kids.
    • This workshop will identify ways to choose or change careers. Learn how to minimize AD/HD challenges in your current job.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize many AD/HD problems that can be reduced at work without "official" accommodations. 2. Understand how to find a more ADD-friendly job. 3. Understanding what a good job match is for you with your unique abilities, temperament, and interests. 4. Identify circumstances to disclose your AD/HD at work. 5. Understanding the positive traits associated with AD/HD that can lead to success on the job. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • A2 - ADD in the Workplace - Finding the "Right" Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A2 - ADD in the Workplace-Finding the 'Right' Job or Making Your Current Job Work For You
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD?
    Course ID : CHADD903CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speakers: Cheryl Moore-Thomas, PhD; Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson, PhD
    • Cheryl Moore-Thomas received her Ph. D. in counselor education from the University of Maryland. She is currently an assistant professor of education in the school counseling program at Loyola College in Maryland. Prior to this appointment, Moore-Thomas worked in the public school system. Her former positions included classroom teacher, professional school counselor, counseling department chair, student services specialist, assistant to the associate superintendent, consultant, and trainer. Over her professional career, Moore-Thomas has published and presented in the areas of multicultural counseling competence, racial identity development of children and adolescents, and accountability in school counseling programs.
    • Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson received her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, is a licensed clinical professional counselor, and currently works as an elementary school counselor in Harford County Public Schools. 
    • Through discussion, case study, and small group reflections explore the roles of school-based personnel in supporting students with AD/HD in grades K-12 instructional settings. Strategies and practical tips for collaboration and addressing student needs in urban school settings will be emphasized.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify key roles for school-based personnel in supporting students with AD/HD 2. Discuss student needs including the physiological and psycho educational manifestations of AD/HD and implications for school settings. 3. Discuss models for school-family-community partnerships. 4. Describe implementation models with special consideration of the urban school context. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • A3 - What School-Based Professionals Need to Know About AD/HD? (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A3 - What Does the School-based Professional Need to know about AD/HD?
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
    Course ID : CHADD904CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Ruth Hughes, PhD
    • Ruth Hughes oversees chapter support and the groundbreaking Parent to Parent Family Training Program on AD/HD at CHADD. For 17 years, she was the CEO of the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (now USPRA). Today her work focuses on advocating for a system of care where every child and adult with AD/HD has access to state-of-the-art information and services. The mother of two children with AD/HD, Hughes holds a Ph.D. in psychology.
    • This workshop will give you essential information about how AD/HD is diagnosed and treated, how AD/HD in girls may differ from AD/HD in boys, what services may be available in the school and some beginning steps to help your family manage AD/HD more effectively. "Key Parenting strategies" with Beth Kaplanek is a follow up to this workshop.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify AD/HD symptoms and learn how it is diagnosed. 2. Identify AD/HD as a neurobiological disorder. 3. Discuss what types of supports may be available in the school through special education or a 504 plan. 4. List two simple behavior management strategies.

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : A4 - What is AD/HD? Gender, Genetics, Medication
  • Handout (PDF)

  • A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings
    Course ID : CHADD905CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speakers: Charisse Bryant; Tracee E. Bryant, MPH; Lee Crump, PhD
    • Ms. Tracee E. Bryant serves as the Executive Director of the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. (BMHA) in Baltimore, Maryland. The primary mission of the non-profit organization is to provide and promote a holistic, culturally relevant approach to the development and maintenance of optimal mental health for African Americans and other people of color.  She serves on the Maryland Coalition for Children's Mental Health Board of Directors, Center for the Integration of Spirituality and Mental Health Board of Directors, Woodbourne Board, State of Maryland Advisory Council on Mental Hygiene, and is a member of the American Public Health Association.  
    • This workshop will address cultural and multi-disciplinary approaches regarding the identification and treatment of AD/HD from a panel's perspective. This session is organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore and Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss symptoms of AD/HD that are unique to children and adolescents in school, home and social environments. 2. Identify at least 3 distinct alternatives regarding the diagnosis of AD/HD in children and adolescents. 3. Describe cultural factors that impact the quality of AD/HD diagnosis and treatment. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings (MP3)
  •  EVALUATION : A5 - Identification, Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD in Community Based Settings

  • L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids
    Course ID : CHADD906CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $11.00; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Yvonne Pennington, PhD
    • Yvonne Pennington is a child and adult psychologist, marriage and family therapist, registered play therapist and supervisor, and certified Sandplay Therapist, Teaching Member ISST.  Former Director of the ground-breaking Northside Child Development Institute at Northside Hospital, specializing in AD/HD and other learning disabilities, Pennington offers evaluations, group, family and individual therapy. She holds diplomates in psychotherapy and sports psychology.  Pennington is the author of e-books and a DVD. Her two grown sons are Ty Pennington, star of the hit ABC show, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, who also has AD/HD and Wynn Pennington, owner of MOTOVINO wines.
    • Yvonne Pennington will discuss the challenges and triumphs of parenting successful offspring into adulthood even if one has AD/HD. A therapist with over 40 years of experience, Yvonne brings a wealth of professional experience on the topic of AD/HD. But what makes her unique is her real-world experience as mom to one of the most famous people with the disorder, Ty Pennington of "Extreme Makeover home Edition." Don't miss an opportunity to hear promising practices from a psychologist who sees the world through a mom's eyes. Yvonne is one lady who knows what she's talking about. Don't miss this rare opportunity to lunch with Ty's mom. Presiding will be Chuck Kaplanek, chair of the CHADD President's council.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the elements that make up facilitating the psychological growth of AD/HD youngsters and their siblings. 2. Discuss how parenting AD/HD kids changes in tasks and focus as the offspring matures into adulthood. 3. Discuss the multiple ways in which success can be defined. 4. Discuss how to celebrate small successes along the way.

    Course Price : $11.00
      

  • L-1 - Raising Amazing Kids (MP3)
  •  EVALUATION : L-1 LUNCH WITH YVONNE PENNINGTON Raising Amazing Kids
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City
    Course ID : CHADD907CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey, PhD
    • Jacquelyn Duval-Harvey is a psychologist who currently serves as the Deputy Commissioner for Youth and Families in the Department of Health in Baltimore City, Maryland.  Her areas of responsibility include School Health, Maternal and Child Health Programs and Youth Violence Prevention Programs.  Prior to her current position, Duval-Harvey was the director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Community Programs at Johns Hopkins Hospital.  She is also worked as a mental health clinician in the Baltimore City Public Schools and then as director of the School Based Mental Health Program and Johns Hopkins.  
    • The most recent research on successfully engaging families, particularly African American families in the assessment and treatment of AD/HD will be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Summarize the current research on AD/HD. 2. Discuss the implications of the research on assessment of AD/HD. 3. Describe successful engagement of families in the assessment and treatment process.

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • B1 - Model Programs for Serving Kids with AD/HD in the City (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : B1- What Every Psychologist Should Know About AD/HD
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B2 - Balancing Your Daily Life: Coaching Strategies for Adults with AD/HD
    Course ID : CHADD908CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, BA
    • Jodi Sleeper-Triplett is a master certified coach and the owner of a coaching organization. Her first book was published in the autumn of 2010. Ms. Sleeper-Triplett has spent over 12 years providing premiere coaching services to children, teens, and adults with ADHD. Since 2005 she has trained and mentored coaches worldwide. Her organization provides the only training courses focused on the intricacies of coaching youth with ADHD. She serves as the director of training for the Edge Foundation, which provides coaching for students with ADHD. She serves CHADD as the coaching track co-chair for annual conferences. 
    • This workshop will delve into the importance of life balance and how to focus on life areas that are currently being pushed aside. Consider what might be preventing you from maintaining a balanced life. Lack of focus, disorganization, fatigue, executive functioning deficits and frustration are just a few of the common issues reported by adult coaching clients. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Learn how to identify the time-eaters in daily life. 2. Discuss strategies for setting reasonable goals and expectations and reduce frustration. 3. Broaden the participants' understanding of the planning process and planning tools. 4. Present an overview of relaxation techniques to promote life balance including visualization, affirmations, and breathing. 5. Share strategies and ideas for a more balanced life. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • B2 - Balancing Your Daily Life: Coaching Strategies for Adults with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : B2 - Balancing Your Daily Life: Coaching Strategies for Adults with AD/HD
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom
    Course ID : CHADD909CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS
    • Chris Zeigler Dendy is an author, former teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor, and director of children's services at a mental health center in Tallahassee, FL with over 40 years experience in these fields. Perhaps more importantly, she is the mother of two sons and a daughter with AD/HD. She is the author of several popular books and videos on teens with AD/HD. She and her husband are members of CHADD's President's Council. She is also a former member of national CHADD's Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame. In addition she was the co-founder of Gwinnett County GA CHADD and was the volunteer clinical advisor for seven years. She is a member of CHADD's Hall of Fame.  Nationally, she conducts training sessions on AD/HD for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, consults with state and local mental health agencies on children’s issues, and serves on the advisory board of the USF/FMHI Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.She is the lead author of the CHADD Educators' Manual on ADHD and is one of the co-founders of CHADD's Teacher To Teacher training program. 
    • This nuts and bolts workshop offers specific strategies to address executive skill deficits in the classroom. Best practice teaching strategies will also be reviewed.
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Define executive function and explain its impact on school performance. 2. Describe two compensatory strategies that will assist with executive function deficits. 3. Identify two common learning problems preventing school success. 4. List two practical teaching strategies that can be used in the classroom and at home. 5. State two possible strategies for improving memorization and ensuring completion of homework and long-term projects. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : B3 - Addressing Deficits in Executive Functions in the Classroom
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
    Course ID : CHADD910CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Barbara Howard, MD
    • Barbara Howard is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Co-Director of The Center for Promotion of Child Development through Primary Care. After studying animal behavior at Cornell University, she received her M.D.  from Johns Hopkins and completed pediatric residency training at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Boston. She co-founded the Center in 1996 with its clinical laboratory for research in applications to primary care.  
    • In this session we will discuss the aspects of AD/HD that contribute including differences in sense of time, transitions, self responsibility, aggression, and organization, and the key role of parental acceptance. Practical strategies for management will also be discussed. This session is sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the differences in brain function that contribute to behavior problems in children with AD/HD. 2. Identify patterns of interaction due to AD/HD that appear as behavior problems. 3. Discuss the key role of parental acceptance to the outcome of children with AD/HD. 4. Apply practical approaches to improving behaviors in children with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : B4 - Behavior Management of Elementary Age Children with AD/HD
  • Handout (PDF)

  • B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD
    Course ID : CHADD911CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Emily B. Hurd, M.Ed.
    • Emily B. Hurd is a resource teacher at the Department of Special Education, Howard County Public School System. She provides leadership for the Office(s) of Psychological Services and Student Services with program development, implementation, evaluation and professional development to ensure that all administrators, teachers and parents are versed in implementation of instructional support and services for students who demonstrate characteristics of Learning Disabilities and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). Hurd received a Master of Education in Diagnostic and Prescriptive Teaching from Loyola College, Baltimore, MD. 
    • The Howard county Public school system is in the first year of creating professional development to support the general education classroom teacher with strategies in working with students who exhibit characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD in their classrooms. This session will provide the history behind this program, what has transpired in the first year, and next steps. Additionally, the participants will learn how parents, special, gifted and general educators, along with county-level administrators, community members, and university personnel have joined together in this effort.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify ways to implement strategies that support the classroom teacher in working with students exhibiting characteristics of learning disabilities (LD) and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). 2. Understand a collaborative model for providing district-wide professional development through existing programs in addressing the needs of students exhibiting characteristics of LD and/or AD/HD. 3. Understand how community support can assist in the creation and development of a model program. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with AD/HD (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : B5 - A Model Program for Implementing Services to Students with LD and/or ADHD

  • C1 - Key Strategies for Handling AD/HD Behaviors and Family Stress within the Home
    Course ID : CHADD912CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Beth Kaplanek, RN
    • Beth A. Kaplanek is a registered nurse, certified Pilates instructor, rehabilitation practitioner, and a past president of CHADD. She has been a volunteer for CHADD for nineteen years. She is the coauthor of Parent to Parent: Family Training on AD/HD. Kaplanek worked with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on several projects related to the dissemination of the practice guidelines for assessment and treatment of AD/HD, and is a member of the subcommittee for the update and revision of the guidelines. Kaplanek's book, Specified Pilates Techniques for Knee and Hip Syndromes, was published in January 2010.
    • AD/HD can play a large role in increasing the stress within the family and home environment. Applying key proactive strategies can help lessen that stress and begin the healing. Come and learn how you can start the wheel of change by implementing behavior and communication strategies that work. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify AD/HD behaviors that impact children and teens with AD/HD. 2. Understand the Impact AD/HD can have on the family. 3. Learn to implement proactive strategies to lessening the stress within the home. 4. Learn how to create and implement behavior interventions that work for children and teens with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • C1 - Key Strategies for Handling AD/HD Behaviors and Family Stress within the Home (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : C1 - Key Strategies for Handling AD/HD Behaviors and Family Stress within the Home
  • Handout #1 (PDF)
  • Handout #2 (PDF)
  • Handout #3 (PDF)

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an 'Outside Psychologist'
    Course ID : CHADD913CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD
    • Dr. Joyce Cooper-Kahn is a clinical child psychologist and co-founder of Psychological Resource Associates, a private mental health group in Severna Park, Maryland. She has been in practice for 20 years, specializing in helping children and families to successfully manage the variety of developmental challenges affecting children. Dr. Cooper-Kahn has particular expertise in attention disorders, learning disabilities and school consultation with an emphasis on interventions for executive functioning difficulties.  She is the author, with Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D., of Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Parent's Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning (Woodbine Press, 2008.) 
    • It is often a challenge for private psychologists working with educational teams to build an alliance that allows for collaboration and input from the "outside." Common pitfalls include inadvertently alienating staff and getting polarized into clinical vs. educational roles. This presentation will focus on guidelines for successful collaboration with schools and will present illustrative examples. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify at least three of the common pitfalls that occur when psychologists in private practice interact with schools. 2. Define the process of "shadow negotiations" as it applies to formal and informal school meetings. 3. Identify at least two aspects of advocacy that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 4. Identify at least two aspects of connection that facilitate successful collaborations between schools and outside psychologists. 5. List at least four elements of successful preparation for interactions with schools on a student's behalf.

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist" (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : C2 - Tales Out of School: How to Collaborate Effectively With Schools as an "Outside Psychologist"
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
    Course ID : CHADD914CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Anne Teeter Ellison, EdD
    • Anne Teeter Ellison is the immediate past president of the CHADD board of directors. She has authored hundreds of papers, research articles, and books, including Child Neuropsychology: Assessment and Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 2nd edition. (with Margaret Semrud-Clikeman); Interventions for ADHD: Treatment in Developmental Context; and Clinician's Guide to Adult ADHD: Assessment and Intervention (with Sam Goldstein). She developed Teacher to Teacher: A Comprehensive Program for AD/HD Education with Chris Dendy and Joan Helbing; and coauthored the CHADD Educator's Manual on Attention- Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: An In-depth Look from an Educational Perspective. Ellison is a licensed psychologist and professor emeritus of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
    • This presentation provides a framework for understanding why children with AD/HD have difficulty controlling and monitoring their own behaviors. Practical classroom techniques, interventions and model programs for increasing social, emotional and psychological adjustment of students with AD/HD will be discussed. "If I Could, I Would:" Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom presents common psychosocial and behavioral problems that appear in educational settings and effective strategies to enhance student adjustment.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Identify a framework for understanding that challenging behaviors result from a lack of skills that underlie AD/HD. 2. Discuss the impact of AD/HD and executive deficits on social, emotional and behavioral functions. 3. Define specific intervention strategies to address behavioral/social challenges related to AD/HD. 4. Identify the critical role educator's play in monitoring the emotional and social well being of youths with AD/HD. 

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : C3 - If I Could, I Would: Keys to Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom
  • Handout (PDF)

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning
    Course ID : CHADD915CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, MD
    • Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia is a practicing clinical psychiatrist who treats people with ADD across the age range, and a mother and sister of persons with ADD.  Vogel-Scibilia serves on the National CHADD Board of Directors. 
    • This workshop will address medication strategies that help individuals with learning problems from a variety of causes--primary attentional deficits, primary psychiatric illness or environmental situations where extra attention or vigilance is necessary (e.g., military fighter pilots). Substantial time will be left to address questions and audience discussion.  
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the nature of learning and how medication may help address problems for individuals in learning situation. 2. Apply to their life or clinical practice ways behavioral or cognitive strategies to help individuals where medication is used. 3. Utilize knowledge from the workshop to assist in understanding ways to implement different educational strategies to help with learning.

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • C4 - The Role of Medication in Promoting Learning (SYNCHRONIZED VIDEO/AUDIO)
  •  EVALUATION : C4 - Promoting Learning and Medication Strategies That Help

  • C5 - Beyond Medication: A Presentation of AD/HD Resources
    Course ID : CHADD916CEU3

    No quizzes or certificates
    Session Fee: $16.50; Save 10% - Take the full CE course package and pay only $247.50 for 25 hours

    Speaker: Henrietta Hestick, PhD
    • This workshop will address cultural influences and resources regarding families-- efforts to seek treatment options that are not limited to medication. This session is organized by the Black Mental Health Alliance of Baltimore and Sponsored by Loyola College, School of Education, Baltimore. 
    • Learning Objectives: 1. Learn physiological and social aspects relative to the treatment of AD/HD. 2. Identify least three behavior modification options for caregivers and school personnel to consider in the management of AD/HD. 3. Define cultural influences and barriers that impact management/treatment of AD/HD.

    Course Price : $16.50
      

  • C5 Beyond Medication A Presentation of ADHD Resources (MP3)
  •  EVALUATION : C5 - Beyond Medication: a Presentation of AD/HD Resources

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