I have an eleven year old boy with ADHD. I don’t think I have ever been this stressed out in my entire life. I successfully raised one child whom had…
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My sweet 5 year old son was diagnosed with ADHD by a psychologist this summer and we are still having problems, even after starting medication (reluctantly). His pediatrician suspects ODD…
I have an 8 year old daughter with ADHD & ODD, I am trying to see if there is any support groups for families in the myrtle beach area??
Hi all I’m new here do you all meet monthly or weekly for support?
Are there any ADHD Women Support groups near Columbia? I would love to connect with women who are going through some of the same things that I am. I was…
One of my children has a diagnosis. We spent a ton of money for a full psycho-educational evaluation (our pediatrician would not prescribe without this). It was helpful, but a…
Good morning all, I am a single mom that has two children that were recently diagnosed with ADHD. It has been a challenge since they are both teenagers. I knew…
I’m looking for any support or positive ways to discipline or any suggestions on what works and what doesn’t.Also anyone who has children on adderall and do you deal with…
I am a relatively new diagnosed (2 years ago) when I was living in another state. There, I had a reliable medical professional who monitored my medications and also found…
We are relocating to Columbia and need suggestions for a therapist for my 10 yr old daughter. ADHD and tourettes. Any local support groups would be great also!
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