Making Sense of ADHD

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Why are so many children and adolescents who have ADHD falling through the cracks? Parents feel guilty and powerless. Their children struggle with diminished self-esteem. According to Dr. James Lewis, the answer is that it’s never just ADHD!

 

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Why are so many children and adolescents who have ADHD falling through the cracks? Parents feel guilty and powerless. Their children struggle with diminished self-esteem. According to Dr. James Lewis, the answer is that it’s never just ADHD!

In his over 30 years of working with ADHD Dr. Lewis found that every child who has ADHD also has at least one coexisting condition that needed to be managed. Some of the conditions that frequently coexist with ADHD include:

      • Anxiety

      • Anger and mood swings

      • Insomnia and sleep difficulties

      • Emotional impulsivity

      • Learning disabilities

Dr. Lewis has formulated a strategy that gives families a comprehensive plan that takes into account the unique set of conditions that have been holding a child back. The plan is designed to help the child reach both academic and social success. Once the ADHD and coexisting conditions are managed, the child can use their innate strengths to meet the goals they’ve been desperately seeking.

The strategy involves:

    • A problem-solving process

    • Getting the right treatment for the ADHD

    • Identify and manage specific coexisting conditions

    • Creating and leading an ADHD support team

Parents know that failure is not an option! With the comprehensive strategy fully explained in Making Sense of ADHD, your efforts will be rewarded at home and at school. Parents are not alone on this journey as they help build the plan to help their child with ADHD and beyond.spacer height="10px"]

Publisher: High Tide Press Release: November 2018 350 Pages - Trade Hardback ISBN - 9-781892696588

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