A sport your child does well and enjoys can help to build his or her self-esteem, self-confidence and improved interactions with peers. Here are some of the benefits and potential issues to be aware of, as well as criteria to use in helping your child find a sport that is right for him or her.
fMRI, in combination with artificial intelligence, could provide a new tool for clinicians to use in making an accurate diagnosis of ADHD. More importantly, it could give families an early prediction of whether ADHD symptoms will emerge in an at-risk child.
The first year of college can be especially challenging for students with ADHD and other learning differences. Awareness of the difficulties and preparation can make the difference between success and failure during the transition from high school to college.
Some families have opted to use homeschooling for their children with ADHD and other executive function disorders. Homeschooling offers the ability to customize how your child learns, but there are challenges as well.