Websites: 


Organizations:
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder:  

                   www.chadd.org      

School Behavior (Resource Site for Educators):    

           www.schoolbehavior.com 


Adult ADHD:

              www.adult-adhd.com 


Support site:          

             www.livingwithadd.com

Resources on ADHD that we recommend:

If ADHD is a possible diagnosis for your child,

we administer a full battery of tests before

making a diagnosis or initiating treatment.  

Because ADHDis a neurological disorder

present at birth, it affects every area of a

child's life.  Behaviors associated with ADHD

include inattentiveness, impulsivity, 

distractibility, poor judgment, defiance, and

social difficulties.  


However, using behavior as the only basis for making a diagnosis, a very common practice, is an uninformed approach. In children, depression, anxiety, learning disabilities and other conditions can present with the same behaviors as ADHD.  Consequently, in order to make a solid diagnosis, a full battery of psycho-educational tests are administered. Before we put a label on your child, we want to be sure that it is the right label that will lead to the right help.  By the end of this process, a diagnosis of ADHD can be made or eliminated with confidence.  Additionally, since 50% of children with ADHD also have a learning disability, this process will also identify and learning difficulties that are contributing to your child's difficulty.​ Our team of child experts offer comprehensive treatment to address all areas impacted by ADHD, from family to school, behavior modification and social skills, parenting and nutrition.


LifeGrowth Psychological Services


Our Approach to ADHD

​Quick Facts:


  • Autism is distinguishable by a triad of symptoms: impairments in social interaction, impairments in communication, and restricted interests and repetitive behavior.

  • More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes and cancer combined.
  • Most parents of autistic children suspect that something is wrong by the time the child is 18 months old and seek help by the time the child is age 2.
  • Autism affects 1 in 170 children and 1 in 70 boys.
  • Asperger’s syndrome is a disorder on the autism spectrum that carries many of the traits of autism but with less impairment linguistically and cognitively. (Wikipedia) 
The Disorganized Mind by Nancy Ratey
Recommended Reading:

Taking Charge of ADHD by Russell Barkley

HOPE FOR CHANGE IN EVERY STAGE OF LIFE

 


More information on our treatment approach of:
ADHD
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​Aspergers/Autism
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