“Our pediatrician now requires my four ADHD sons to have their blood pressure, heart rate, and weight screened every three months. It’s hard to schedule so many appointments. Is this really necessary?”
Can a child or young adult with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) grow out of the condition? Do some of the academic, behavioral, and social challenges our children face get easier with age? Can symptoms improve with time? In this new ADD/ADHD video , Ari Tuckman , Psy.D., M.B.A., the author of More Attention, Less […]
An ADHD dad regrets a later diagnosis for his ADHD son.
“My ADD/ADHD children struggle with organization and anxiety, and they need a 504 Plan. They have been denied services because their grades and test results are above average. Do I have a case against their school?”
“How can I monitor and limit my high-school student’s gaming and social-media use when he’s supposed to be on the computer completing homework?”
My son’s ADHD and dysgraphia held him back in a traditional classroom, and his teacher blamed me for enabling his learning disability. How we found a supportive school that accommodated his differences.
Treatment for adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has given me the wisdom to work at jobs I can handle — and to avoid those I can’t.
b-Calm, an ADHD-friendly product, claims to help reduce outbursts and distraction, while improving focus, writing, and math comprehension when used by children with autism disorders and/or attention deficit in a classroom setting. Does it work?