ADHD / ADD

ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) is a disorder often characterized by short attention span and poor concentration. Symptoms can be mild or severe and may affect executive functioning skills such as organization, time management, and impulse control. Hyperactivity may also be a component. While an ADD/ADHD diagnosis is never an excuse for acting out behavior, it is something that needs to be taken into consideration when determining what approach to take.

Here are some helpful ADD/ADHD parenting articles to get you started:

We Got a Diagnosis for Our Child - Now What? ADHD, ODD, LDs and More - What a Diagnosis Means for Your Child

Effective Consequences for ADHD Kids

ADHD and Young Children: Unlocking the Secrets to Good Behavior

ADHD in Girls: Why It’s Going Undiagnosed and Untreated

By Dr. Robert Myers, PhD

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If your daughter is struggling academically, socially and behaviorally, you are undoubtedly worried, frustrated and wondering why all of this is happening. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder could be the root of the problem. Studies indicate that as many as 75% of girls with ADHD are not diagnosed. Having your daughter assessed for ADHD now—even if... Read more »

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