Ends At: 14/09/2018
Country: United Arab Emirates
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From the business hub of Middle East, welcoming warmly to Dubai, a global city which has become iconic for its skyscrapers and high rise building, we are pleased to invite you to attend our upcoming “International Child and Adult Behavioural Health Conference” which is to be held during the period of September 13 to 14, 2018. We are very thankful to ME conferences for hosting our program.
Why To Attend?
We hope that our conference will be a great platform for people in various fields to discuss in deep about the subject. Behavioural disorders in children and adults are most common now a day. Behavioural Science 2018 focuses on various fields in the neuroscience and behavioural disorders. It is also a great opportunity to intermingle with members across the world and from neuroscience and psychiatry community, associations and societies.
- Neuro Specialists
- Psychiatric Counsellors
- Health Care Professionals
- Students from Academia in the research of Psychology
- Students from Academia in the research of Neuroscience
- Psychiatric Therapist
- Mental health Nurses
- Industrial Experts
- Business Professionals
|Abstract submission opens||January 28, 2017|
|Registration opens||February 05 2017|
|Early bird registration||April 16, 2018|
|On spot registration||September 13 , 2018|
Track 1: Child and Adult Behaviour
Behaviour of adult and childhood has emerged as a field of study called Behavioural science. It not only deals with the good behaviour but also with bad behaviour and disorders in adult and in children. It acts as a vast platform of open minded science to study the behaviour of human. Most commonly seen disorder in child is conduct disorder .child with this disorder can angered, annoyed or irritated. They have less self-esteem. They even have a tendency to run away from home. When behavioural disorder left untreated in childhood then it may travel to the adolescence period. Behavioural disorder is common in adults.it may be a long term or short term disorder which affects personal and professional life.
Track 2: Behavioural Disorders in Children
All the young children misbehave sometimes. But when it is not temporary and if it’s leading to a dangerous path for a child’s life then it should be noted. Children now days are seem to be more stressed and depressed than ever before. Since most of the behavioural disorders share common symptoms it is quite difficult for diagnosing. Behavioural disorder in children is now turning into mental illness. It is still unknown whether the cause is genetic or if it is linked to socialisation experiences. General social anxiety Disorder turns any pain and even a disappointment to a cognitive mental illness. Post-traumatic stress disorder is the most popular disorder in children. Low birth weight, premature birth, and difficulties in pregnancies may also leads to behavioural disorder in child’s future life. Even physical disability of a child may lead to his or her behavioural disorder.
Track 3: Early Childhood down Syndrome
Children who have Down syndrome have small nasal cavities, which is harder for them to fight off colds. This in turn affects hearing which if left untreated, lead to problems with learning. Children with Down syndrome are lagging in their communication skills. They may get affected in various ways. There may get a problem with articulation or pronunciation. Children with Down syndrome may be a little late in walking. They may have defective orthopaedic function and mobilitywhereas it is not a general problem until and unless the child has multiple handicaps. However muscle tone is often looser than other children and this can lead to difficulties with gait.
Track 4: Mental Maturity and Adult Behaviour
Maturity in psychology is defined by the ability of a person’s response given to the environment in an appropriate manner. A generalized neurodevelopment disorder in adult is intellectual disorder. This is commonly known as general learning disability and mental retardation. By just looking into a person we can say whether the person is physically matured or not. By seeing itself we can judge a person’s age. Determining a person’s mental maturity totally varies where we are not sure to say whether the person is mentally matured. Some people gain their mental maturity in early age while some people don’t even after reaching their adult hood. Few people are not mentally grown even after they reach their middle age due to various internal and external factors. Adults who are experiencing brain challenges can react more emotional than the other people of their age. Mood swings and irresponsibility attitudes are the results of their changes. This disorder makes the people, insecure, emotional and irrational.