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Medicating a Child for ADHD: A Parent Dilemma

By Michael Banov

Choosing to put your child on medication for ADHD is often a difficult and emotionally challenging decision. Parents are reluctant…

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Teach Healthy Management to Help Your ADD/ADHD Child

By Edward Hallowell

How easily the gifts of ADHD are lost on a child amid negative comments from doctors, teachers, and even loving…

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Stop Taking ADHD Meds

Help! My Kid Wants to Stop Taking ADHD Meds!

By Jeremy Didier

Sometimes I wonder if I actually need my ADHD medication. After all, I made it 36 years without it, so…

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What Your Pharmacist Wants You To Know About ADHD Medication

By Jeremy Didier

A Pharmacy Regular As the ADHD Mom of 5 kids – 3 of whom also have ADHD – I get…

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Tip to Get Started If You Want to Consider Trying Medication

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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Brain Health and ADHD

Interview with Mark Bertin

According to Dr. Mark Bertin, author of “The Family ADHD Solution,” when treating ADHD it’s important to take care of…

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What To Look for in a Behavior Therapy Program for ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Behavior Therapy is recommended treatment for children with ADHD, but there is a lot of confusion about what it means.…

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What is Behavior Therapy for ADHD? (Part 1)

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Behavior Therapy is recommended treatment for children with ADHD, but there is a lot of confusion about what it means.…

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The Parent’s Role in Medication Management for ADHD Kids

By Laurie Dupar

The world of ADHD is an evolving and imperfect one. Fully stepping into your role as parent expert fills an often overlooked gap in the treatment system. Following the above guidelines maximizes your expertise as your child’s “parent,” and keeps you where you belong – as an essential member of your child’s success team.

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