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  • ADHD

    There are three primary characteristics of ADHD: Inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsivity, though all three aren’t always prominent in one child.

    Children with ADHD may:

    • Have trouble staying focused or get easily distracted
    • Appear not to be listening when spoken to
    • Constantly “fidget” and “squirm”
    • Talk excessively
    • Act seemingly without thinking
    • Interrupt often, or say the wrong thing at the wrong time
    • Have a short temper or “short fuse”

    Whether or not your child’s symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity are due to ADHD, they can cause problems if left untreated. Children who have trouble focusing or get into trouble at school often find it hard to make friends. These frustrations can later lead to low self-esteem, friction for the whole family, and other obstacles.

    Treatment can make a dramatic difference in your child’s symptoms. With the right support, your child can get on track for success in all areas of life.

    If you’re interested in learning more about ADHD therapy, contact us today for a free consultation. We would be happy to connect.