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Parents of Children with ADHD

Shannonjoined the group Parents of Children with ADHD

Group for parents of children with ADHD

5 hours ago

    Shireka answered the question: ADHD with cold symptoms

    Linda, Thank you for visiting Attention Connection. I am happy to help you. If your grandson needs medical advice, please have him see a medical professional. While there has been research studies about iron levels and ADHD, only a medical professional …

    2 days ago

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    3 days ago

    Dawn answered the question: ADHD schools in WI

    Check out Bloom360 Learning Community, a school for children 5-21 with neuro-diverse needs. It is located near Waukesha in East Troy, WI. www.bloom360.org

    3 days ago

    Christinacreated the topic: What if you suspect a divorced parent is selling their child's ADHD medication to their friends

    My sister has found that her ex husband who refuses to give their son his Concerta has also been filling the prescription for Adderral and the soon to be 2nd ex wife witnessed him selling medications to his friends.  Do you take this first to the …

    3 days ago

    • KarenHello Christina,

      The situation you are describing, if accurate, is a very big problem. The child is not receiving his prescribed treatment for ADHD. This is a situation his mother needs to address with his father, and may require her to consult with her attorney.

      The second part, if someone is selling a another person's medication, is illegal. Concerta is a stimulant medication and regulated by law. If someone is discovered by police to be selling a prescription medication illegally, they will not hesitate to make an arrest.

      As for taking it to the police or the courthouse, your sister should discuss it with her family attorney on how either action could affect her family and especially her son. We cannot advise you or your sister on which step to take, she needs to seek legal advise.

      Best wishes in a difficult situation.
      Karen
      Health Information Specialist
      The National Resource Center on ADHD3 days ago

    • KarenHello Christina,

      The situation you are describing, if accurate, is a very big problem. The child is not receiving his prescribed treatment for ADHD. This is a situation his mother needs to address with his father, and may require her to consult with her attorney.

      The second part, if someone is selling a another person's medication, is illegal. Concerta is a stimulant medication and regulated by law. If someone is discovered by police to be selling a prescription medication illegally, they will not hesitate to make an arrest.

      As for taking it to the police or the courthouse, your sister should discuss it with her family attorney on how either action could affect her family and especially her son. We cannot advise you or your sister on which step to take, she needs to seek legal advise.

      Best wishes in a difficult situation.
      Karen
      Health Information Specialist
      The National Resource Center on ADHD3 days ago

    Karencreated the topic: ADHD Weekly -- Tips for Finding an ADHD Specialist

    Finding a specialist to help you or your childcope with the symptoms of ADHD can be difficult. We have a few tips to make thesearch easier. Keep reading for suggestions.

    4 days ago

      Karencreated the topic: ADHD Weekly -- ADHD Diagnosis After Retirement

      Senior adults diagnosed with ADHD for the firsttime in their retirement years have unique challenges. Understanding theproblem and learning about treatments are the first steps to a new beginningfor many people. Keep reading for more information on …

      4 days ago

        Karencreated the topic: ADHD Weekly -- The Sandwich Generation and ADHD

        Are you caught between your children and yourparents when it comes to caregiving? Adding ADHD to this complex familysituation can bring additional burdens. We took a look at how ADHD affects the“sandwich generation” and have some tips to help you make …

        4 days ago

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          Lindacreated the question: ADHD with cold symptoms

          ADHD grandchild, now an adult suffers from being cold. Is this related to the ADHD?

          4 days ago

          Sher Alicreated the question: Regarding ADHD coaching (which ones are reliable and are not just commercial

          Dear All, I am thinking of getting coaching for my adhd management. I am going to psychiatrist and therapist; but coaching also adds to the improvement. There are several coaching coarses which are offered online; 30 days, 5 weeks,,, etc... They are paid …

          4 days ago

          Sher Ali answered the question: confusion in going to the gym, can not find time,,, tired after work

          Dear Carla, Thank you so much for such a detailed and insightful answer. This really helped me. Every question I put here on Chadd helps me improve my approach. I literally have adopted the practical steps which you mentioned here... I am extremely …

          4 days ago

          Shireka answered the question: Misdiagnosed with ADHD: Why isn't screening for trauma required?

          Hello Kevin, Thank you for joiningQuestions and Answers. There is no single test to diagnose ADHD. Therefore, acomprehensive evaluation is necessary to establish a diagnosis, rule out othercauses, and determine the presence or absence of co-existing …

          5 days ago

          Shireka answered the question: Where best to live with ADHD?

          Hello Jake, Thank you for joining Questions & Answers. I would behappy to help. With anydecision there are advantages and disadvantages. People with ADHD often needhigh stimulation so your preference for city life is logical. Also if you havenever lived …

          5 days ago

          Shireka answered the question: When to talk to you child about their ADHD

          Hello Shalee, Thank you for visiting us at Attention Connection. Any child old enough to go through psychological testing is old enough to be told the test results (though younger children need less detail than older kids). Below I have included a few …

          5 days ago

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          Jakecreated the question: Where best to live with ADHD?

          I am an adult with ADD. I currently live in London and have always lived in cities. My question is, do you think that a move to the countryside could be a struggle for someone with ADD? The idea scares me as I feel I feed off of the energy …

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          Shaleecreated the question: When to talk to you child about their ADHD

          When and how is the appropriate way and time to discuss with your child their ADHD in order to help them with thire condition?

          5 days ago

          Shireka answered the question: My grandson

          Steven, Thank you for visiting Attention Connection. I am happy to share some information with you. Students with disabilities under both Section 504 and IDEA are provided with special procedures in situations involving disciplinary removals from …

          6 days ago

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