ADHD KID .com
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ADHD Kids - help for you and your child with ADHD/ADD.
ADHD Kid Video - a boy gives a firsthand account of living with the disorder.
ADHD Children - children specific help.
Teaching ADHD Kids - tips for educators with ADHD/ADD children in the classroom.
ADHD Toddlers - infants with ADHD
ADHD Preschool Kids - how early is too early to diagnose?
ADHD Camp for Kids - list of kid camps available
ADHD Teens - teens with ADHD are a special challenge
Attention Deficit Disorder Symptoms - a list of symptoms you can compare yourself against.
ADD - ADHD Detailed Symptoms - a closer look at specific criteria used in the diagnosis of ADD - ADHD.
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Diagnosis - the official DSM-IV criteria for diagnosing ADD - ADHD
ADHD in DSM-V - what changes in diagnosis in 2011?
ADHD/ADD Cure? Meditation Book shows how to cure this life-wrecking state of mind.
Kids having ADHD is heartbreaking. I know - I've had it my entire life and only recently found some relief at the age of 39.
If you've nicknamed your son or daughter "ADHD kid" then you obviously need some help with this very prevalent medical and behavioral issue too.
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) often show up together as a tag-team, but there are also distinctive types of ADHD and different manners of treating it - based on your child's symptoms.
Most children and parents don't have any idea that there is an underlying, often times treatable condition at the root of a child's seeming disinterest in schoolwork, and things he or she "must do". The must do's turn into won't do's and it all goes downhill from there as you probably know.
What kind of treatments are available for your ADD / ADHD kid?
In my own case I stumbled onto a cure by accident. I started Vipassana meditation as a way to relax at the end of some stressful days in my psychology graduate program. Before I knew it my attention and concentration had improved dramatically. Yes, that's the short and sweet version - and I go into it in-depth more at some of the links you'll find on the left side column.
ADHD is usually treatable to some degree. You owe it to yourself and your child to find out what methods work best in your situation... It's quite a situation to find yourself in - inability to concentrate for longer than a few seconds or minutes. I've written a lot of information into the articles you'll find here. Good luck and god bless...
ADD / ADHD is Serious - Please Treat Your Kid's Symptoms...