Parenting a child with ADHD isn’t always easy. Because every child with ADHD is unique and comes with a different set of challenges, there isn’t a roadmap to tell you what to do. Every day, it seems, you are faced with a new set of trials to overcome. When you finally think you have control of one issue, a different one pops up.
The following are six things parents of children with ADHD wish that someone had told them when their child was diagnosed.
YOU ARE THE EXPERT AND THE ADVOCATE
When your child is diagnosed with a medical condition, you might expect doctors to understand how the condition impacts everyday life. But not every doctor understands ADHD.
Some doctors might diagnose based on a few questions, and some might suggest medication without a thorough evaluation. Some might not…
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