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ADD: Common in Girls Too Often overlooked by teachers and parents – Dr. Stephen A. Ferrari

The stereotype most of us have of ADD (or ADHD) is a boy, running around the classroom (or the house), disrupting the class, as well as his own learning. As with most stereotypes, this image does more harm than good, and in fact, causes more than half of the cases of ADD to be missed. There are three sub types […]

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Notes Sent Home From The Teacher – Dr. Stephen A. Ferrari

It is rarely good news when your child’s teacher sends home a note for the parents. As you reluctantly open this note (often not the first from this teacher), a number of thoughts run through your mind (usually of the “oh no, not again” variety). There are a number of ways to respond to this note. Unfortunately common, but unproductive […]

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High I.Q. Typical in Children with ADD – Dr. Stephen A. Ferrari

Persons with ADD typically have a higher than average intelligence level. Although the many guises of this disorder, along with┬ápossibly poor performance and/or behavior, may make it sometimes difficult to recognize, individuals with ADD (both children and adults) tend to be some of the brightest members of our society. You may have noticed how children with ADD seem to hear […]

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Ways To Improve Self-Esteem In Children With ADD – Dr. Stephen A. Ferrari

Self-esteem, or self-image is a critical determinant of who we are, how we feel about ourselves and how we operate in the world. When an individual has a disorder which interferes with their ability to perform and/or behave properly, such as ADD, self-esteem takes on a far more important role in how much they succeed in, and enjoy life. With […]

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