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ADHD and Family Interventions: The Answer to Your Prayers

Adverse symptoms of ADHD affects family members more drastically than many disorders. Challenges increase and become more prominent in different ages. ADHD often affects all aspects of a teen’s life. Indeed, not only the child. It adversely impacts parents and siblings, causing ongoing disturbances as well. It also increases healthcare costs, using it as a […]

ADHD Parents are Super Heroes

Meltdowns, fidgeting, interrupting others…bedlam.  That’s ADHD.  Parents are key to establishing the “saturation point,” both in school and at home. Parental involvement is especially critical to the identification and instruction of students with ADHD.  This is particularly true in inclusion classes (general and special education students in the same class).  Everyone has to let go […]