Help ADD Children Make Friends: Parents Share Their Advice

Parents of children with attention hyperactivity deficit disorder (ADHD) reveal six easy ways to help kids form friendships that last.

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Get Them Involved in Group Activities

"Sign up for Girl Scouts. That’s all my daughter needs to keep her friendships going." -Lori, Connecticut

"I keep my daughter involved in activities all year -- dance, cheerleading, soccer, basketball, and church events. Leah manages to make at least one friend at each activity." -Lori Walter, Ohio

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