Monthly Archives: June 2015

Maternal Child Abuse Ups Comorbidity Risk in ADHD Kids

Children with ADHD have an increased risk for affective comorbidities if their mother suffered abuse as a child, Spanish researchers report. Presenting their findings here at the 5th World Congress on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the team notes, however, … Continue reading

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Computer Games In China Ease ADHD Symptoms By Improving Concentration In Kids

Although many children are considered inattentive, hyperactive, or impulsive, children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at a greater disadvantage, potentially due to an inability to differentiate decisions that will provide better rewards. A recent study published in SAGE … Continue reading

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Spot It Junior Animals

Name of the game: Spot It Junior Animals Purpose: This game develops focus, visual perception skills, speech-language skills, and fine motor skills. This versatile and skill-building game is extensively used by educators and therapists, who praise it for honing kids’ … Continue reading

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ADHD: More questions than answers about how to treat

Some practitioners and researchers say drugs are by far the most effective treatment. Others argue that long-term drug use addresses symptoms only and does not provide important tools to help people manage their inattentiveness. They say it’s more helpful to … Continue reading

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Spot It – Card Game

Name of the game: Spot It – Card Game Purpose: This game develops focus, visual perception skills, speech-language skills, and fine motor skills. This versatile and skill-building game is extensively used by educators and therapists, who praise it for honing … Continue reading

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Experts say no one approach to treatment of ADHD is the answer

The decision of medicating children with ADHD is stressful for parents who see a child struggling with ADHD but who worry about tampering with brain chemistry. Media offers wildly mixed messages about ADHD meds, studies show conflicting data about whether … Continue reading

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Smartphone Apps, Watches Benefit Kids With ADHD

Children with ADHD may benefit from using smartphone apps that help them achieve their day-to-day activities and get going in the morning Smartphones, digital calendars, and apps aren’t just helpful for the ordinary person trying to maintain a work and … Continue reading

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WOBBLE Chair

Kore WOBBLE Chair has the concept of an exercise ball applied to a kids stool. This is Fun and safe – made so it can’t tip over. It can Keep kids active while seated. Perfect for kids with ADD or … Continue reading

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Feingold diet and ADHD

This page brings all the best information about the benefits of using Feingold diet for managing ADHD symptoms effectively. Who is the founder of Feingold diet and how did he arrive with the diet plan? Dr. Ben Feingold, the founder … Continue reading

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Best treatment for ADHD could be different for each child

When a young learner exhibits troubling behavior, parents encounter many perspectives on testing for ADHD — from teachers, learning specialists, pediatricians or other parents. Everyone’s got an opinion, some more helpful than others. Making a diagnosis and coming up with … Continue reading

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