We could no longer count how many conferences we attended before the 2016 Tucson ADHD Symposium. Every year, there have to be at least two events dedicated to enlightening people about the things that patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder deal with. Their target audience is not merely the concerned citizens like us who want to help spread ADHD awareness but also the parents of children who have this condition.
Young kids, specifically toddler age children are so cute and cuddly. It is the time when they learn how to crawl, walk, talk, and other things. But it is also the period wherein the first they display some bad ways. Continue reading Toddler Behavior Problems And How To Handle Them
My only son has ASD with ADHD. I know it sounds scary especially for those who haven’t got a clue on developmental delays and behavioral disorders. No, I didn’t take drugs when I was a teen who then led to my son having these disorders. Again, another NO – I didn’t smoke weed while I was pregnant which then made the brain cells of my son go dry. No, no, and no. I didn’t drown myself on pills which made him the way he is now. These are such ludicrous myths enveloping kids with dual diagnoses. Continue reading When Your Child Has ASD And ADHD Combined
I couldn’t believe my ears when my son’s Kindergarten teacher told me to have my son checked with a Neuro-developmental pediatrician. What is that specialist even an expert of? The name sounds so serious – neuro, I think, is connected with the brain. Developmental means the progress of a child and pediatrician is a doctor for kids. So, does it say that there is a brain development disorder on a child? ON MY CHILD??? Continue reading When Others Tell You That Your Son Has ASD – What To Do?