Simple classroom measures may reduce the impact of ADHD: But more robust research is needed to identify best approach
A systematic review has concluded that non-drug interventions in schools may be effective in improving outcomes such as performance in standardized tests for children with ADHD. However, the research also found so many different types of strategies, often combined in different ways and so many different ways of measuring whether they worked, that it was that it was impossible to clearly identify what works best.
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Non drug interventions for ADHD treatment in classroom settings are something some parents and teachers are considering. While there are good results, there are also many subjective aspects that make it hard for a clear cut preferred way that works best.
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