ADHD in Children and Teenagers
What is ADHD?
What causes ADHD?
Environmental factors: Certain environmental factors may contribute to the development of ADHD. These include exposure to environmental toxins during pregnancy such as lead or environmental pollutants. Other risk factors include prenatal complications or maternal smoking during pregnancy.
Impact of ADHD in School
How Do Psychiatrists and Psychologist Assess ADHD?
How can a Psychiatrist or Psychologist help a child with ADHD?
Is Ritalin safe for ADHD?
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The treatment approach for each child may vary depending on their profile, needs and circumstances. Collaborative and multidisciplinary care involving the child, family, teachers, and mental health professionals is crucial to helping children with ADHD thrive and reach their full potential.
If you observe that your child is very inattentive, careless, lacks focus, hyperactive or impulsive, contact us to arrange for an initial consultation at a time of your convenience. Early assessment and interventions usually lead to better outcomes (academic, emotional and social), but it is never too late to find out more and get the support that your child needs.