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Hi...IM in the NH area ...looking for a Dr who specializes in ADult ADD

Author: lynn
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Dealing with Private school

Does anyone have advice on dealing with administration and teachers in a Private school setting? I'm not sure I can throw around the 504 regs and stuff because they don't get Federal funding. I'm sure I can use ADA though. They haven't even done an IEP …

Author: Jennifer
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medication change

I have been taking Vyvanse for about five years. It is no longer as effective as when I started taking it. I would like to try taking a different medication - Adderall XR which my physician should approve. The problem is I would like to start the …

Author: Harold
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LMFT, LCSW, LCPC--which is most useful?

I'm interested in a career involved with ADHD treatment.  I've found various resources outlining the differences between LMFT, LCSW, LCPC, but it seems pretty nebulous.  I have not found any program that focuses on ADHD treatment, so it …

Author: Christine
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ADHD or APD?

Hello, My 9 year old son was identified by an audiologist as having APD last August.  We put in all the interventions at school including an FM system, hush ups on chairs, small group instruction, etc. He is still struggling at school and is …

Author: Elly
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Compulsive Eating and ADHD

Our 8 year old daughter has always been a "good eater" which is greatly revered by most adults who often see the opposite.  She received a great deal of positive reinforcement for this despite the pediatrician telling us, she is …

Author: Amanda
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Friend Issues

My 11 year old daughter is struggling so hard to make friends.  We have her in counseling, she is in a support group at school, and her teachers and guidance counselors are on board with helping her with social skills.  She is very …

Author: Kristin
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ADHD medication?

My 6 year old was recently diagnosed with ADHD. It wasn't a shock or anything but up until now it wasn't an issue. I did research and realized her angry outbursts were also due to ADHD. I'm homeschooling her online through K-12 so getting her help she …

Author: Mandie
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Marriage and ADD

I was diagnosed with ADD when I was younger. I doubt that I have outgrown it. Wondering if there are resources for marriage and ADD. I seem to have a hard time organizing my house, keeping it organized, and clean it's taking a Tolle on my marriage. I …

Author: Katherine
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Procrastinating, hyper-focused, organized University Student

I am a student at a relatively prestigious university, I did very well academically all throughout school but have begun to question if I might have ADHD. I've spent time reading articles and testimonies and highly relate to a lot of things but not at …

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