Child ADHD is on the rise, but many of these diagnoses may be unnecessary or harmful
During my daughter’s challenging first year of school, we discovered how much effort it took her to sit and learn.
She was the youngest in her class, placing her at higher risk of being diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).
While she struggled with attention and hyperactivity, her problems were always more frustrating than truly impairing. Still, constant battles over finishing tasks, the amount of time (and nerves) spent on a child that needs that extra bit of attention and the anger or sadness on her face made me wonder if we should try to get some support.
Maybe a diagnosis could be a straightforward fix to the problem?….
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