Kids with ADHD are active and may seem prone to getting into trouble. While your first instinct may be to yell, raising your voice is counter productive. Instead, speak directly to yoru child in a firm, clear voice. Give a warning first. Tell him or her the right kind of behavior and the consequences of misbehaving.
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