During the treatment of ADHD, you may run across a myriad of medical professionals, by many different names. Knowing the difference between them, and understanding what each professional can contribute to your treatment will help you make informed decisions regarding who to see when and what you can expect from their care.
Psychiatrists are medical doctors (M.D.). They have completed medical school and training, as well as several additional years of specialized training and...Read more
I was reluctant to put my son on any medication for his ADHD. In fact, I resisted the ADHD diagnosis altogether. "Couldn't it be just that... Read more »
An interesting report in the February 2008 issue of the Journal of Pediatric Nursing (Volume 23, Issue 1), provides fascinating insights of... Read more »
You have ADD: you have trouble at company meetings, you find yourself constantly daydreaming and being snapped back to paying attention when someone... Read more »
The following are tips to help you work with medical professionals:Understand your diagnosis. Do as much research as possible and write down how it... Read more »