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Amanda Driscoll is a dedicated runner who’s busy chasing after her ADHD kids. She writes about her triumphs, hardships, and the lessons she’s learned along the way—diagnoses, IEP meetings, organization challenges, medication changes, and more.

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posted: Tuesday January 31st - 1:54pm

No, Doctor, I'm Not Kidding

When did I first notice my son's ADHD? 6 months before he was born. He started kicking then, and hasn't taken a break since.

"When did you first notice something was different with Holden?" My son, at 3 years old, had been in Early Intervention for nearly a year when we piled into the family SUV and headed off to the big city hospital looking for more answers from the professionals. This was more than a speech delay; that, I knew. Thankfully, I had a strong background in Child Development and Special...
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