ADHD: Unveiling a New Intervention Mapping Protocol for Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Mothers of Children

 ADHD in the News 2024-03-07

Hebrew University unveils intervention mapping protocol for ultra-Orthodox Jewish mothers of children with ADHD. The study identifies key determinants for health behavior change, addressing issues such as stigma reduction, increased ADHD knowledge, awareness of school system capabilities, advocacy skills enhancement, and maternal self-care. This pioneering approach not only provides a culturally relevant solution for the well-being of ultra-Orthodox Jewish mothers dealing with ADHD in their children but also sets a precedent for future research in creating tailored interventions for diverse and culturally specific communities.