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An excerpt from Dr. Insel at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) on “Thinking About 2014″ blogpost: This year, let’s remember that, as in the rest of medicine, we need to know more if we want to do better. … Continue reading
If your child is from the ages of 2-7 and has behavioral issues, consider trying the evidence-based “Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.” For more information on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, go to Child Mind Institute’s website.
A quick checklist of pointers for parents of children with ADHD and a learning disability… Add your suggestions to the comments box below! Identify and treat the problems as early as possible, preferably before age 10. The first years in school … Continue reading