If your child is exhibiting qualities of selective attention, impulsivity, distractibility, and in some children hyperactivity; then your child might have A.D.D. In some cases A.D.D. can go untreated and often children that do not exhibit all traits can be considered in the realm of normal although there is an issue. It is important to not think of A.D.D. as a disorder, but that your child is just different in his or her own learning style.
- 12 Medication Giving Tips
- 17 A.D.D. Facts
- 24 A.D.D. Behavior Management Strategies
- 6 Steps To Tell if Your Child Has A.D.D.
- A.D.D. Genetics
- A.D.D. Resources
- Biological Differences in A.D.D. Brains
- Bright Side of A.D.D.
- Choosing Sports For Children with A.D.D.
- Gender Differences in A.D.D.
- Managing a Child with A.D.D.
- Neurofeedback Training A.D.D.
- Ritalin and Other ADD Medications
- Talking with Children with ADD
- The Big 4 Features of A.D.D.
- What ADD Is Not
- What Is ADD