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KIND Curriculum: Disruptive Behavior

KIND: Disruptive Behavior Disorders (NE)

Time limit: 180 days

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The Kennedy Krieger Instruction in Neurodevelopmental Disorders (KIND) Disruptive Behaviors Disorders Chapter explores the following topics. Registration for this course provides access for 180 days and includes full access to lectures, resources, infographics, interactives, and review materials.


Disruptive Behavior Disorders Chapter: Levels and Learner Groups 
Level Neurodevelopmental Topic Content Learner Group(s)
Level 1

1.1 Definition/EPI of DBD and Risk Conditions 

1.2 DBD in NDD/DD population

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Level 2

2.1 Presentation and Identification of Trauma in Infants and Preschoolers

2.2 Developmental Delay-Language vs Intellectual Disability

2.3 ADHD in preschoolers

2.4 Oppositional Defiant Disorder

2.5 Presentation and Screening of Anxiety 

2.6 Emotional and Behavioral Dysregulation in Early Childhood

2.7 ADHD Screening

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Level 3

3.1 The 8 S's 

3.2 Physical Exam Considerations in Children with DBD

3.3 Infant and Toddler Mental Status Exam

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Level 4

4.1 Considerations in ADHD Treatment

4.2 Behavioral Strategies for Addressing Disruptive Behavior Problems

4.3 Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

4.4 Prescribing Therapies for Externalizing Behaviors 

4.5 Preventing Tantrums

4.6 Treating Aggression

4.7 Individual Family Service Plans and Functional Behavior Assessments for Early Childhood

4.8 Strategies to Address Disruptive Behavior Problems in School

4.9 Everyday Situations: Increasing Compliance Among Children with ADHD

4.10 Chicago Parent Program 

4.11 Trauma vs. PTSD: How and When to Treat


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Level 5 5.1 Natural History of Aggression

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Case Study

Disruptive Behavior Disorders Case Scenario

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