MCPAP: More than Prescribing: Five Ways Primary Care Providers Can Help Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Their Families
Anne* and her husband, Victor, came into my office for an initial parent visit looking tired and worried. Their daughter, Olivia, aged 9, had recently received a diagnosis of ADHD, Combined type, from her pediatrician. They appreciated how their physician validated their concerns and offered hope about their daughter’s situation. Anne summarized: “Our pediatrician was helpful in recommending that we read “Driven to Distraction” and referring us for testing and to your practice and website. She was supportive and receptive to our concerns but she wasn’t able to target interventions about living with ADHD that fit our daughter. We wanted something more.”
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