The Benefit of After-School Activities for ADHD Kids

Does your child struggle to make friends in school? Learn about the social and emotional benefits of extracurriculars for kids with ADHD and learning issues.
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School isn't always the friendliest place for kids with ADHD and learning disabilities. To help your child build confidence -- both socially and academically -- choose an after-school activity that plays to his strengths. Dyslexia and ADHD specialist Angela Gonzales, M.D., explains what works and why.

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