Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Costs and Insurance

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Having a chronic condition that requires treatment and/or management, such as ADHD, can become an extremely expensive endeavor.  Medication alone could cost up to thousands of dollars each month.  Insurance should cover these costs.  How should a new patient address ADHD costs, and how can a parent cope with the cost of a child's condition?

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Money management, including budgeting, saving, paying bills and saving for the future, requires organization, patience, attention to detail, planning and consistency. All of these are problem areas for adults with ADHD.  The very thought of finances and monthly budgets can put some adults with ADHD into tailspin of emotions, leaving them…

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