Suggestions for communicating with your childâ€™s teachers and school administrators to ensure that your child gets the most out of his or her educational experience.
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Information on health insurance coverage and/or tax deductibles related to ADHD services.
Learn about Social Security Disability benefits for Children with ADHD.
There is a plethora of information and research on the web about ADD/ADHD, but how does one sort through it all to find accurate facts? By learning how to distinguish the internetâ€™s reliable sources and authors from the not-so-reliable, one can better assess how to sift through the false information from the factual.
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A NYTimes Sunday Magazine article chronicling a few adultsâ€™ diagnosis and experiences with ADD in the workplace, while combating the law and stigmas against them.
Those with ADHD often have troubling sleeping at night. Try a few strategies to help ensure a better night’s rest.
CHANGES TO THE DSM HOW THEY WILL AFFECT YOU The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) Is Changing! This Manual Determines the Criteria for Diagnosing Disabilities, Including ADHD How Will These Changes Affect You? [This meeting is appropriate for Adults, Parents, Educators and ADHD Treatment Professionals] Dr. Mary Solanto will fill us in … Read more
â€œTo examine how intensive treatment with medications compares with intensive behavior therapy, or with the combination of the two, NIMH sponsored the Multimodal Treatment of ADHD (MTA) study. The main findings from this study were published in December 1999…”