ADHD is a non-discriminatory disorder affecting people of every age, gender, IQ, religious and socio-economic background. Includes citations
There several options in creating an ADD treatment plan. Working with the healthcare provider, you can decide on one of serveral options that exist for your child’s or your own plan.
Dr. Margaret H. Sibley discusses what to do if you’re interested in a supplementary or alternative ADHD treatment you have learned about online.
ADHD is best treated using a combination of different medical and therapeutic interventions, along with lifestyle supports. The combination of intervention and supports should be tailored to the needs of the individual.
A comprehensive plan should include a full explanation of the condition and the available treatments in understandable terms.
ADHD in adults is best managed with a combination of medication, learning about ADHD, therapy and/or coaching. We need to address both the brain wiring and also the psychological impact of living with ADHD.