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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurological disorder which occurs in children below 18 years of age, and can be diagnosed as early as 6 years of age. Children with ADHD generally display symptoms such as hyperactivity, the inability to sustain focused attention, and impulsiveness.
For parents of children with ADHD, raising a child with special needs can be rather challenging, but here are some ways that could help parents make the growing up journey a fruitful and fulfilling one:
For more relevant resources on ADHD, do check out the Society For The Promotion of ADHD Research And Knowledge (SPARK).
Tags: Child Development /Parent-Child Relationships
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