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What are the effects of ADHD within sociaty for children and their families?
Asked By Angela S,Last Answer By JAYBEEZ M At 2009.12,1 Answers

Isolation for one, depending on how those in your environment respond to the condition. Because there is a misconception ADHD is just about an "out of control" child, with just behavioural problems. Mostly due to people thinking the condition is down to poor parenting.
Families with a child or children with the diagnosis of ADHD quickly learn they have to be pro active in supporting their child and educating those around them, as well as continually educating themselves with Education systems, medication, diet, behaviour and learning disability developments.
Children with ADHD are part of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, they usually have a dual diagnosis alongside the ADHD, it could by dyslexia, autism or another within the spectrum. Medication for ADHD is a tool in management of the condition but there is no cure, and more often than not the secondary diagnosis is not given the same attention or support as the first.
Families struggle, watching their child. Doctors specialising in ADHD are limited. Society needs to appreciate to all intends and purpose these children look "A" ok, but I was told by a parent of a severely disabled child. My job was tougher than hers, you could see her child's disability, she managed 10 Min's looking after my son before she asked for help.
My son is my full-time job, Id love to go back to my career, if society doesn't start to truly understand the condition, I don't ever see that happening.

Does anyone have their children on meds for ADHD ?
Asked By Crystal,Last Answer By Debbie At 2011.04,1 Answers

My stepson has ADD and on meds and he does just fine with it however my son has been diagnosed ADHD and believe you me I have 5 kids total and he is the only one who is so out of control and destructive and I'm very consistent with everything but he refuses to listen or do anything on his own ( tie shoes, wipe his behind, button pants, put on his own close etc.) his brother is a year older than him and even he wanders why his brother is this way. It's so to the point that we can't even go anywhere because of his behavior. And he dosnt cAre if he gets in trouble he laughs about it!! Yet, he has these spur of the moments when he is so lovely to be around and kind. He has not started meds and I used to be one of those people that thought it was wrong to have your kids put on meds but it's to the point that I may have to do so. His teacher also said the same and he is flunking horribly. Even praise and gloating on him doesn't matter to him! Does anyone have these similar problems? What do you do? Please, I love this child and he deserves to be happy too.

Question for parents/teachers with children with ADHD?
Asked By Fi,Last Answer By thepawnbrokerroared At 2009.12,1 Answers

Hi!
I am a last year student at University.
This year, as part of my dissertation, I have to complete a research project on topic of my choice within the early years (aged 3-8 years)

The area I have chosen is ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
I was wondering whether you as parents / guardians have anything to tell me about ADHD and education.
How do you think your children are treated within their school?
Are they included like the other children?

And as teachers, how do you think children with ADHD do within the education system?
Are they included?

Thanks very much!! xx

Question for parents/teachers with children with ADHD?
Asked By Fi,Last Answer By thepawnbrokerroared At 2009.12,1 Answers

Hi!
I am a last year student at University.
This year, as part of my dissertation, I have to complete a research project on topic of my choice within the early years (aged 3-8 years)

The area I have chosen is ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
I was wondering whether you as parents / guardians have anything to tell me about ADHD and education.
How do you think your children are treated within their school?
Are they included like the other children?

And as teachers, how do you think children with ADHD do within the education system?
Are they included?

Thanks very much!! xx

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Why is it that generally poorer families have more children than richer ones?
Asked By ♫ Melody♫,Last Answer By happyindywoman At 2010.10,1 Answers

Why do poor families usually have more children than the richer ones? Normally the rich ones would be able to afford to sustain a large family but its generally the poor families that have large families instead. That's not always the case but generally, it is.
Why do you think it's like that?

What funding has the U.S. government provided for families with autistic children?
Asked By constantlyconfused,Last Answer By Individual At 2009.12,1 Answers

I am trying to write a speech. I am aving trouble finding what bills/laws/provisions etc. the government has passed in order to provide help for families with an autistic child. I know SC has Ryan's Law but I would like to know what is being done nation wide. If anyone has any info and esp any links to the information if will be greatly appreciated.

List four issues that families with children with autism spectrum disorders face. Which 2 are the most import?
Asked By Chris Crunk,Last Answer By Jame B At 2009.12,1 Answers

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Explain the causes and effects of discrimination on children?
Asked By ML,Last Answer By ashimagupta02 At 02.26,11 Answers

It is something people learn from their own parents or other social group, such as organized religious groups. It hurts those children in many ways physically, emotionally and socially. I am sure there are many explanations in Early Childhood textbooks as this is my personal opinion from watching discrimination in all aspects of my life. It really is sad to see one of my students of age three or four hurt by words that were learned at home by another student. Our country has a lot of maturing to do.

Why Don't People get that Adoptive Families are Different to Biological Families?
Asked By H******,Last Answer By Gaia Raain At 2010.06,1 Answers

Why the constant comparison when they are inherently different?

Do I have ADHD? or just....?
Asked By Reagan Elizabeth,Last Answer By Bobby At 2011.04,1 Answers

I can't focus, no matter what I do. I wiggle and fidget constantly. Right now I'm kicking my feet, and I didn't notice until I just looked. I lose EVERYTHING. I have a rough time falling asleep unless I'm dead tired, and I have endless energy. But oddly, I'm pretty smart. No excelerated or AP classes, but I do well in normal, grade level classes. I'm very creative, love art and music. But I zone so much! I just stare at the floor, the pencil on my desk, whatever. I bite my nails, kick my feet, twirl my pens, flip pages in my book, doodle... whatever it takes to keep me calm and "focused". Do I sound like a child with ADHD? I am 14 and a girl.

How much do u know about ADHD?
Asked By ThE L0St GiRL'll return soon,Last Answer By baldisbeautiful At 2009.12,1 Answers

what's the reason?
any information??
genes are the reasons?or..what?
thank u for help

Does this mea I have ADHD?
Asked By BritGirl,Last Answer By Holly At 2011.04,1 Answers

It's been like this ever since I was a kid. I suddenly get this rush of energy and feel the need to run or bounce up and down. My friends sometimes wonder why I can't sit still because when I sit still for a few minutes, I feel like getting up and I start tapping my feet or shaking my leg. When I'm doing an activity such as roller-blading or trampolining, I don't feel like stopping. Even when I'm very hungry or sick I don't want to sit still or lie down. And I'm extremely impatient, when I start a task, I get bored of it quickly and don't feel like finishing it. I find it very frustrating because it has an effect on my studies and no matter how hard I try to control it, it's always there. I've just started university and I know this has to stop if I want to do well. Does anyone know what I might have?

Who came up with ADHD?
Asked By William C.,Last Answer By Rich B At 2011.04,1 Answers

Do I have ADHD? PLEASE HELP!?
Asked By Angelica,Last Answer By Girly Girl At 2011.05,1 Answers

OK, I'm thirteen years old. I pay little attention to what's being said to me or to someone else. I can listen to an hour-long lecture and not hear a word that's said in it. I kind of zoom out into my own world and daydream when I'm at school or anywhere, and I have to concentrate really hard to pay attention to my surroundings. I am hyperactive most of the time and I can't stay still even when I'm sitting down I have a habit of moving my feet or hands without noticing that I do that. I can be calm if I want to, though I have to concentrate really hard. I have severe trouble with falling asleep - I toss and turn in bed for at least two hours before I can sleep. My head is always disorganised and sometimes I feel like I have too much to think about because there's just too much going on in my mind and it gives me a headache and constantly makes me dizzy. I'm easily distracted and often lose interest in dull tasks. Despite all that I am not unintelligent, because I take time to learn things that I didn't pay attention to at school, I have good grades at school, I have a creative mind, etc.
Please, please, please, please, please tell me if I have ADHD or is it OK for a 13-year-old to behave like I do?

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