By Ruth D. Nass, Fern Leventhal
Thoroughly revised and up-to-date, a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Your baby s ADHD: Preschool to school, moment version is a complete, useful advisor for fogeys of kids with realization deficit hyperactivity disease (ADHD). Discussing either clinical and psycho-social features of the , Dr. Nass and Dr. Leventhal offer an authoritative but compassionate clarification of treating this and educating your baby suggestions for dwelling -- and studying -- with ADHD. reviews from mom and dad of youngsters with ADHD deliver a first-person viewpoint to this worthwhile source. a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Your baby s ADHD: Preschool to school, moment version deals mom and dad a assisting hand in dealing with the calls for of elevating a toddler with ADHD, and atmosphere their youngsters on a path for fulfillment of their improvement, schooling, and careers.
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You, your child, and your child’s teachers should all notice when medication is missed. Also, your child should detect and appreciate the differences produced by medication. Studies show that parents and teachers generally agree on whether a child is responding to medication. , at school). Questionnaires completed by parents, teachers, and youths before and after treatment are the most commonly used method to check the effectiveness of medication. Sometimes, repeating certain parts of neuropsychological testing is helpful to determine the effectiveness of medication and to finetune the dosage.
In addition, such other disorders as Tourette’s syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder have been associated with ADHD. Approximately 50% of children with ADHD have one or more comorbid psychiatric disorder. Psychiatric problems can make the treatment of ADHD more difficult, and can in and of itself seriously complicate a child’s life. Medication, psychotherapy, and/or academic accommodations may be necessary. Diagnosis can be complicated because children with ADHD so often have additional symptoms and difficulties.
However, some are. A certain amount of defiant and oppositional behavior is normal in children of all ages. Yet, it may be a more common or more prominent issue with ADHD children (discussed in Question 91). These children may interrupt and intrude as well as avoid tasks or directions. QXP 5/21/10 10:32 AM Page 28 100 Q & A ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S ADHD: FROM PRESCHOOL TO COLLEGE Oppositional defiant disorder A disorder characterized by negative, hostile, and defiant behavior that causes significant damage in social, academic, or occupational interactions.
100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's ADHD: From Preschool to College, Second Edition by Ruth D. Nass, Fern Leventhal