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Name: emtf71
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I can't help being a mother of adhd and not understanding why their is not more information available for parents to get help for their children. Why is there no charity cause for adhd like there is for cancer and autisum. adhd kids and add they should have the same support. If there is please let me now. Plus I think doctor should give you information book on all the things we need to know about adhd. and were we can locate help for are child in are comunity? It's like pulling teeth out to get help no one comes up and suggest any thing. My son's teacher is great she is working with me with my son.But she did't tell me there is a support group in the school I had to ask. I'm sorry but she should of mention all possibilit's that can help. Thanks to my sister in law she has a 17 w/adhd and that is what she did when he was younger. It really makes me mad. I would of done this for him a long time ago.
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Name: val | Date: Mar 15th, 2006 11:15 AM
my son has adhd and autisum i find it so hard to know if i am doing things right for him, i dont want him to become an adult and hate me for getting things badly wrong, so who can you ask if you are doing things right i love him so much i just want the best life for him. 

Name: SmallR2002 | Date: Apr 1st, 2006 1:42 PM
There most definitely should be more information, I've only just been diagnosed (at 16) with ADHD and Dyslexia, with possible Dyspraxia. I was told that I could have coaching at handwriting from the school for a rather large fee; the psycologist said that would be no use at all.

My biggest help has been the people from www.addcommunitycenter.com

Just remember that it's not all bad, it's helped me a few times.


Best luck, Robert. 

Name: Chris | Date: Apr 1st, 2006 8:29 PM
Ask your child'd doctor. I know Kaiser has a special class for parenting children with adhd. Also, try Borders or any other bookstore. There are many great books out there that can help you understand this condition more. My son was diagnosed when he was 5. He is now 7. I refuse to give him medication just because he is so young. Believe me it is hard! But you just have to know that your child is "special" and sometimes parenting children with adhd can be chalenging. Good Luck! 

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