It is important to understand the severity of ADHD in your child to decide on the right course of treatment for it. Behavior therapy is recommended when a child has been diagnosed with mild form of ADHD. In some cases where the child is unable to participate in behaviour therapy, medications are recommended in a case-specific manner. Children with undiagnosed ADHD can severely affect their self-confidence. A child can have ADHD alone, or ASD along with ADHD as a co-existing condition. If you spot signs of ADHD in your child please visit a psychiatrist to get a full assessment of your child and get a proper diagnosis.
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