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ADHD is a problem with inattentiveness, over-activity, impulsivity, or a combination. For these problems to be diagnosed as ADHD, they must be out of the normal range for a child's age and development.
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Hi, my son was diagnosed age 14 with ADD after I sought help from our GP because his school refused to impliment any form of assessment even though all his teachers had indicated on his reports he was inattentive. His psychology teacher went so far…Continue
For those of you who aren't able to work any more. What do you like to do to fill your time? If you do crafts, what kind of a craft do you do?I'm hoping all of us can share our ideas to help others (including myself) come up with new things that we…Continue
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The first run of our podcast on genetic disorders with our partner, RareGenomics, was a resounding success! You can listen to a recording of this podcast below, plus some bonus material from Dr. Perlman as she answers more questions about ataxia!
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Finding a new doctor can be difficult, and very scary. Being prepared can make the whole experience much easier on you, and on the new doctor. Remember that the doctor works for YOU, and if you are…Continue
Dear LifeWithADD Family and Friends,
Our prayers go to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing. We also hope that none of our members were directly affected by it in any way.
Those who have listened to Scott’s …Continue