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ADHD and Kids: Diagnosis, Misconceptions and Facts

Dr. Hallowell explains ADHD to parents and teachers in this informative and exclusive 3 Part Educational Series in the Washington Post, by Valerie Strauss

Part I. February 7, 2016ADHD in kids: What many parents and teachers don’t understand Dr. Hallowell answers questions about what parents and teachers need to know — but too often don’t understand — about how ADHD affects young people.

Part II. February 24, 2016ADHD in kids: What many parents and teachers don’t understand, Part 2 Excellent follow up to Part I. Dr. Hallowell answers questions on diagnosis, anxiety, boys vs girls, medication, non-medication treatment and more.

Part III. March 2, 2016 – ‘If you can pay attention, you do not have ADHD’ — and 9 other misperceptions about the disorder. Dr. Hallowell dispels the 10 most common misconceptions about ADHD.

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