ADHD – From Child to Adult: Understanding Attention Difficulties – Challenges & Possible Solutions
Le TDAH de l’enfant à l’adulte : Comprendre la nature des troubles attentionnels, les défis et les solutions possibles
You are cordially invited to ASK Bilingual Annual Conference, which will be held at the Ecumenical Centre, 1, route des Morillons 1218 Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland on 30th November and 1st December 2018. The conference aims to provide all stakeholders, community leaders, parents, and educators, with essential information on the most recent research and relevant information on the themed topic and meet specialists, available support services and resources in the region.
Our keynote speakers, all well-known and respected experts in their respective field, will present in English with simultaneous interpretation in French on the following topics:
- Opening Speech – Sean Power
Directeur Général, Institut Florimont and President of AGEP
- What does research in neuroscience tell us about ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders?
By Prof. Stephen Eliez, Faculty of Medicine & Director General of Child Psychiatry and Special Education, Office Médico-Pédagogique Geneva
- Stigma and ADHD
By Prof. Saskia Van Der Oord, Associate Professor, Research group Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences
- Evidence-based practices for treating youth with ADHD: What changes with the transition to adolescence
By Prof. Steven Evans, Professor of Psychology, Co-Director, Center for Intervention Research in Schools, Ohio University
- L’insertion professionnelle des adultes ayant un TDAH dans le milieu du travail considérant les enjeux suivants: les lois et les règlements cantonales du travail, Les syndicats des travailleurs et le rôle de l’association ASPEDAH
par Mme. Daniela Brustolin (President ASPEDAH)