If you’ve ever left your wallet on the department store counter, forgotten where you parked your car, or searched all over for your misplaced phone – you’re not alone. It seems that memory problems come with the territory when you have ADD/ADHD. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Your memory is more under your control than you realize.
In this presentation, Dr. Kari Miller will share some of the most potent memory enhancing tools and tactics you need to become a memory master! You’ll come away with practical strategies you can implement immediately to improve your memory for names, conversations, directions, location of objects, and more! And you’ll also learn lifestyle factors – totally under your control – that make the biggest impact on your ability to “make memories”!
In this presentation you’ll learn the *real* differences between people with “good” memories and people with “poor” memories – HINT, it has very little to do with ability or talent, and is completely under your control! You’ll discover how to capitalize on your strengths to create the most effective mental frameworks for building strong memories! And you’ll learn targeted exercises to increase your memory “set point”!
About Kari Miller, Ph.D.
Dr. Kari Miller, PhD, BCET is a board certified educational therapist who has been educating and coaching adults and young people who have ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, emotional challenges, and other complex needs for more than thirty years. Her specialties include ADHD coaching, executive skill development, memory training, dyslexia and literacy remediation, and math instruction. Dr. Miller holds a PhD in educational psychology and mathematical statistics, an MEd in Learning Disabilities, Gifted Education and Educational Diagnosis, and a BS in Early Childhood Education and Behavior Disorders. As an instructor for the University of California Riverside Extension, she teaches professionals from fields such as special education, speech pathology, and counseling how to develop and implement individualized treatment plans for learners with complicated needs arising from conditions such as ADHD, learning disabilities, and autism. Dr. Miller serves on the board of directors of ADDA, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association. She is also a committee advisor for Foundation ThinkAgain, a non-profit organization that provides rehabilitation therapies to children who continue to suffer due to the neuro-cognitive late-effects of cancer and cancer treatment.