The Effective Alcohol Cure

By: Larry Burns | May 8, 2012 An effective alcohol cure program is a program that addresses both the physical and mental dependency components of addiction. Alcoholism is not a disease that you are destined to live with for the rest of your life.

Is a 504 Plan or an IEP Plan Better for a Child With ADHD?

By: C.J. Mackey | May 6, 2012 If your child has ADHD, you know exactly what it is like to be one of the most crucial members of your child's educational team. However, with all of the information out there to help assist you in this process, you might be a little confused as to what type of help your child needs. So what is the difference between a 504 Plan and an IEP Plan and which is better for your child?

Side Effects of ADHD Stimulant Medications

By: C.J. Mackey | Apr 24, 2012 Stimulants such as Concerta, Adderall, and Vyvanse may be the answer to the prayers of a parent with an ADHD child when it comes to focus and attention, but the side effects that they introduce can be just as concerning until you figure out how to manage them. Having three children diagnosed with some form of ADHD, our family has been exposed to the good, the bad and the ugly of stimulant treatmen

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School, Your ADHD Child and 504 Plans

By: C.J. Mackey | Apr 16, 2012 If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, regardless of what form of treatment you choose to undergo, one thing you must do is start to educate your school and teachers on how best to work with your child. The most important role you will start to undertake over the next few months and years is to become his advocate to the school system.

Should I Medicate My ADHD Child?

By: = C.J. Mackey | Apr 12, 2012 The decision to give your child ADHD medication is a difficult and personal one. By no means is it the only choice, but it's a decision that should be carefully considered before you accept or reject it as the right treatment method for your child.

How Can I Tell If My Child Has ADHD?

By: = C.J. Mackey | Apr 10, 2012 For my son, teachers noticed there were slight problems at school. He would sometimes lose focus or zone out and didn't participate in group activities in class. He still did very well at school, but we started to notice that he was beginning to have issues with his friends. Because my child was not noticeably hyperactive, It took some time and a number of different doctors before we could finally

Tips to Find Child ADHD Symptoms

By: Child ADHD | Mar 22, 2012 Kids are susceptible to having ADHD and it can be a obstacle for mother and father to tell if their kid has the issue or not.

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Tips to Live with an ADHD Child

By: Child ADHD | Mar 18, 2012 Existing with an overactive ADHD kid can harm the family, but the home doesn't always have to be an arena.
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