Great Selection Of ADHD Treatments And Resources!
The ADHD Shop has helpful products that help alleviate the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. As a doctor who specializes in treating ADHD, and as the mother of a son with ADHD, I recommend the items below because they have proved helpful for my son and patients.
Great Products At The ADHD Shop
The books in the ADHD store are a great educational resource and I consider them must reads for parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The reason is simple: parents are in charge of their child's treatment. Parents set the tone in the household and, as a result, are primarily responsible for managing the condition in their children. Therefore, parents must take the time and effort to become educated and empowered about ADHD in order to best help their children. Once parents and caregivers become educated about the condition, they are far better equipped to help their children.
This includes learning all you can about the diagnosis, testing, and treatment of the condition. In addition, the parental resources are helpful for managing challenging behaviors, promoting educational performance, building social skills, enhancing self-esteem, etc.
Parents with children of ADHD always jokingly remark to me, "I wish I had a manual or something!" Well, these books provide parents with all the tools they need.
Also, I can't forget about adult ADHD sufferers so I included resources for them that specifically address their unique challenges. The challenges of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder become more acute in the adult world of holding a job, paying bills, making schedules, maintaining a house, etc. With that in mind, the resources for adults address and help alleviate those challenges.
These items are all recommended by me personally, or by my many clients who have first-hand experience using these products.
They all testify to the effectiveness of managing and relieving the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD). In my years of treating ADHD, I have discovered that not treatments here are guaranteed to help everyone with ADHD. Rather, it often takes some experimentation by each individual in order to determine which works best for them. This trial and error is often one of the keys to effective treatment: finding the things that work best for each individual.
The bottom line: try a couple of them. One of them is bound to relieve your ADHD symptoms.
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