Category Archives: ADHD

Girls with ADHD should seek treatment early in their school years

In a recent study, UC Berkeley found that girls diagnosed with ADHD as children had more self esteem issues, academic difficulties, and more issues with relationships as young adults than non-ADHD girls, sometimes leading to self-destructive thoughts.  Read the full … Continue reading

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ADHD: You are Not Alone

For parents with an ADHD child: You are not alone!  Here is some wisdom from a Mom and her Son (from Everyday Health) Video: Amazing Insight into ADHD from a Mom and her Son  

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Disciplining ADHD Children can be Done Effectively

Disciplining children who are challenged with ADHD can be done effectively –  with some good, consistent techniques.  Here are some helpful proven techniques: Establish a daily schedule.  Children (and adults) with ADHD are routine-oriented.  Establish times for homework, meals, activities, … Continue reading

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