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Therapy for ADHD Children: Therapies to Consider for Your ADHD Child

Therapy for ADHD Children

First, you were seeking an explanation for the behaviors and impulses of your child. Then, when the professional said it was attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you began your investigation. You delved into all that you could read about the condition, digging through information about the diagnosis. Now, the focus needs to shift from what ADHD is and why your child is affected by it, to how to deal with it. Luckily, ADHD has been researched and understood...

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