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Summary

Raising a child is hard on its own, but it becomes an even tougher job for a parent to realize that they are raising a child diagnosed with ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is common during childhood, and it can present some challenging symptoms to deal with. From not being able to focus on schoolwork to having trouble learning social cues and making friends, you never want to watch your child struggle in this way. This guide is meant to help you through every step of being the most supportive parent you can be. Your child will not only feel understood but empowered by the tools that you learn. These methods will allow you to help your child through the difficult moments and celebrate all the successes to come. ADHD might be challenging, but childhood will still be a wonderful experience.

©2021 Jane Emily Peace (P)2021 Jane Emily Peace

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  • 15-12-21

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Once your child has been diagnosed, you will be relieved to know what is wrong and why. However, this is not the time to relax and think that now that they have a diagnosis and are in the hands of specialists, your work in their evolution is not important. You must inform yourself and seek information to be able to understand the situation.

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I am very grateful to have found this audiobook, because it taught me that active listening, respect for the recommendations of a professional, compliance with the prescribed guidelines and scientific and rigorous knowledge of ADHD management will give us the ability to adequately manage the disorder.