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The practical publication provides concrete ways that parents and teachers can help children navigate friendships and school assignments. The hands-on magazine also teaches readers how to help a parent or adult who has the learning condition. The magazine examines what causes this behavior, how to diagnose it and the different ways that it can be treated. Written by trustworthy experts and doctors, the magazine is a relevant resource for anyone affected by ADD/ADHD.
ADDitude magazine is filled with information about health and nutrition, parenting strategies, alternative treatment methods and more. Whether you are dealing with ADD/ADHD or know someone who is, you will appreciate the timely advice found in this quarterly publication.
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ADDitude magazine is aimed at ADD adults and families - whether the child/children have ADD/ADHD, or the parents also have it, or just one spouse. There are articles on ADD/ADHD kids and school or friends, and articles on ADD/ADHD marriages where one or both partners have ADD. All issues are covered, from the struggle of a non-ADD spouse to keep from parenting (or strangling) an ADD spouse, to ADD parents trying to teach ADHD kids how to organize when you don't have a clue yourself. As a mother of two ADHD boys and a wife to an ADHD husband, who doesn't have the condition myself, I sometimes feel like the warden at the asylum! ADDitude helps me realize I'm not alone, helps me understand how my family thinks and why they do the things that drive me crazy. It gives me concrete ideas of how to help my sons with school and friendship issues, and more importantly, explains why they have these issues in the first place. It reminds me that my husband isn't deliberately trying to drive me crazy, and reminds him of behaviors that do. Very balanced and practical, and the online community is great!
We had to fight our school board to acknowledge ADHD and help our son and later daughter. ADDitude magazine steered us in the right direction and helped us win our fight.