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Interesting way to look at Attention DEFICIT Disorder…watch this video to see why Dr. Kenny thinks ADHD should be called Attention DIFFERENCE Disorder. What are your thoughts? Share them in the comments.
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