LAWRENCE, Ind.– September is national Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Awareness Month and the staff at one local school wants parents and students to know they’re not alone.
Resources for ADHD.
As you know September is ADHD awareness month. All month long schools and organizations are trying to get the word out about ADHD. The month is designed to increase knowledge about ADHD and how to treat ADHD.
There are plenty of resources for ADHD available to parents. Many schools this month are promoting their own events as well. Plenty of ADHD counseling help on identifying ADHD signs and symptoms. There are also alternative treatments for ADHD being discussed as well. If you are a parent of a child with ADHD, maybe you should see if your local school is offering something for ADHD Awareness Month.
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