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What is ADHD?

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  Children with ADHD often struggle with focus, self-control and other executive functions, social skills, and self-regulation.

It’s a misconception that ADHD is a behavioral issue or due to poor parenting. In actuality, ADHD is a condition caused by differences in brain development and anatomy.

If your child’s life is impacted by ADHD, then you know just how much it actually affects daily life. It’s so much more than just being hyper or struggling to pay attention in school.

Helping Your ADHD Child

If your child is diagnosed with ADHD, it’s important that you support them and help them develop any lagging skills. Because ADHD often makes it difficult to make friends, children may have low self-esteem. But, finding ways to manage the obstacles your child faces will help them.

Below you will find a list of articles that can help parents and children with ADHD. All suggestions in these articles are evidence-based and shown to help various challenges in some way. They will also help you better understand the things your child may be going through, making it easier for you to support them.

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