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What You As A Parent Can Do To Help Your Child With ADD

August 21, 2012 by  
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With the diagnosis of your child with Attention Deficit Disorder, you may feel a shower of emotions: remorse, a feeling of not being in charge, or comfort for now being aware of your child’s problem, or frustration. However in the midst of all this turmoil, do not forget that your child’s situation is not out […]

What Is It Like To Live With ADD

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Life ahead may be easy for a child, a teenager, or even an adult diagnosed with ADD. For somebody, just diagnosed with ADD, predicting the life in future might not be easy, as one may not know how the symptoms would continue to remain and how the problem would be affected by age. However, thankfully, […]

Planning The Daily Life For Adults with ADD

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Details seem to be useless to those adults who are suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). We do have our goals clear in our minds, and cannot wait to have it achieved, hoping that there was some way to skip all the work required to be done in the process. Sadly enough, this attitude tends […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – What Is It Anyway

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As parents, many of us have spent sleepless nights wondering whether our kid is suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder. And with due cause too, most of us know the fundamental effects of the disease and obviously shrink at the thought of having to deal with it. Apart from the fear that the disease can be […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – Is It Really That

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Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD is most frequently identified in boys of primary school age. Indications consist of lack of concentration, being restless, reckless mannerisms, or lack of focus. But what brings about these indications, in fact? And should every one of the occurrences of ADD be treated? In a few occurrences, the indications of […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – Is It A Learning Disability

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When we talk of the term ’learning disability’ then what we generally mean is that it is a perceptual disability like other disabilities such as autism or visual processing disorder, or dyslexia auditory disability. It should not be treated as a learning disability. Anyone who has ADD is perfectly capable of understanding and using the […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – Is It A Disease or Just A Phase

August 21, 2012 by  
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When you were a kid, didn’t you run about all the time for no particular cause? Didn’t you continuously turn your concentration from one thing to the other? Didn’t you have a tough time sitting motionless? Didn’t you have a tough time concentrating on one thing, for long span of time? You were a kid […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – How It Affects Families

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Attention Deficit Disorder usually comes with a lot of frustration and blame. Often the diagnosis happens late and so, the disease–related problems are often misunderstood. This may result in serious emotional and mental scars when the family tries to deal with ADD–related issues. Thus, this disorder is difficult for the diseased child, the parents and […]

Attention Deficit Disorder – Getting Your Facts Right

August 21, 2012 by  
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With all that is written about ADHD, most of us tend to think of a bad little lad running about ruining whatever comes his way. So we often believe that we can spot the child with ADD while we are out. Well the naughty little boy is there fine, but did we ever spare a […]

An Introduction To Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has many manifestations and there are more than five kinds of ADHD. It is a medical condition that is carried in the genes, resulting in certain disorders in the nervous system. The DSM-IV Diagnostic Manual reports that any single form or “type” of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder could be categorized under […]

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