Jan 13, 2015 -- 3:28 pmIt can be overwhelming when your child is diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But making small changes to your household and to your family life can help your child overcome obstacles.
Pediatrician Stephen Lauer, MD, PhD, specializes in helping children and families in this situation. “First, people have to realize this is a lifetime diagnosis, not one that will be short-lived or go away in time,” he said. “It’s about how a child’s brain works. Families need to be ready to make long-term adjustments to give their child a better chance of succeeding overall in life."
He suggests three strategies families can adopt.
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