When you, or your child, were first diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder, what name did the doctor give it? Did they say ADD? Or maybe ADHD? Or maybe Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Maybe your neighbor’s child was diagnosed recently and although they seem very hyperactive, the neighbor simply says, “My son has ADD.” There are many different terms used today to describe the same disorder, the exact meaning of each term seems blurred.
It is common for people to use...
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