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Ron Wright, 54, who is autistic, talks about his biggest challenge and a change that he wishes to see in the community. Link to more information on adults with autism, goo.gl
Dr. Russell Barkley, a professor of psychiatry at the University of South Carolina, is a leading expert on ADHD. Here he discusses the five cognitive abilities that appear to be impaired in children with ADHD. For more from the Child Mind Institute visit www.childmind.org For more on ADHD, visit goo.gl Visit our mental health guide: goo.gl Worried about your child? Connect symptoms and behaviors to possible childhood psychiatric and learning disorders: goo.gl
Research shows African American children and other minorities may be diagnosed with autism as much as a year and a half later than white children.
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An overview of childhood Attention Deficit Disorder Hyperactivity (ADHD) and the non-stimulant treatment Intuniv (guanfacine). Learn more about Intuniv at www.drugs.com Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Find helpful tools, wallet size personal medication records, mobile applications and more.
Advocates for the autistic are renewing their campaign to win health insurance coverage for children.
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Professor Mary Holland Addresses the Federal Autism Commitee, and notes that they have managed to congratulate themselves for doubling the autism rate.
www.AboutADHDStLouis.com (314) 984-8412 Does neurofeedback lead to less medication for children with ADHD or ADD symptoms? Who lowers the medication after ADHD treatment? When does the dosage change? Dr. Collins is a board-certified neurotherapist handling common challenges related to children with ADHD or ADD symptoms and sensory processing disorder or SPD. Some of the more common questions people ask Dr. Collins are related to the treatment process for children with ADHD or Attention Deficit Disorder. Does neurofeedback treatment lead to less medication for children with ADHD or ADD symptoms? Who lowers the medication? When does the dosage change? According to Dr. Collins, questions regarding when to change the dosage of medication are best answered by the child’s regular physician. Parents can ask their physician what are the signs of overmedication? Once the parents start to see these signs, they need to discuss titration or lowering the dosage of medications with their physician. Most neurotherapists are willing to consult with the child’s physician to help them understand neurofeedback treatment and how it works to help the brain. Parents will have to work together with all the professionals to help coordinate treatment efforts. Neurofeedback therapy and sensory integration treatment can help develop neuro pathways which help the brain process information, retain the information in memory and perform complex tasks. Neurofeedback helps the brain function properly and …