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ADHD and Auditory Processing Disorders by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 4:20pm ADHD and Auditory Processing Disorders can share a number of overlapping symptoms and behaviors in children. However, when these two disorders exist alongside each other as comorbid disorders, then the two can feed off of each other and increase the likelihood of onset of a third (or fourth) psychological or developmental disorder. A recent publica ... Read on »
in which I talk about K {some more} by Tammy K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 25 May 2012 11:16am she has the sweetest smile and the biggest heart. love her. I just received an email from the speech language pathologist that has been testing Kailyn. She didn't even give me her test results, just that she has a lot of changes for her IEP and that she's sending home her detailed report for us to review this weekend. This is g ... Read on »
Methylphenidate, Anxiety and ADHD: How do they fit together? by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 11:22pm Effects of Comorbid Anxiety on Methylphenidate Treatment in the ADHD Child: Medication with stimulants such as methylphenidate has consistently proven to be a popular and relatively effective mode of treatment for the ADHD child. However, questions arise regarding its side effects. In particular, the effectiveness of methylphenidate (Ritalin, C ... Read on »
In other news by Ellyn Posted Wed 23 Nov 2011 12:00am Thank you all for such a kind reception to my news the other day! I was a little nervous about posting it all, but I should have known better. The people that read here are pretty amazing, I think. Things are good here. It's freezing cold here, but now that we're all outfitted in boots and coats and doing well, although loading into and out ... Read on »
In other news by Ellyn Posted Wed 23 Nov 2011 8:48pm Thank you all for such a kind reception to my news the other day! I was a little nervous about posting it all, but I should have known better. The people that read here are pretty amazing, I think. Things are good here. It's freezing cold here, but now that we're all outfitted in boots and coats and doing well, although loading into and out ... Read on »
A Guide to Learning Disabilities by Shane H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:20pm I have known that my ADHD/LD son was "different" since he was a toddler. He just wasn't like the other children I came in contact with that were his age. He sat up later then his peers. He also walked later, talked later, etc. My friends and family tried to encourage me and would say things like..."he'll catch up, don't worry." But, I knew ... Read on »
ADHD Testing: Beyond Brain Diagnosis by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Mon 31 Jan 2011 12:00am If You Think ADHD is Limited To 3 Basic Subsets – Think Again For years those with ADHD have suffered with the downstream effects of significantly shallow perception of the real underlying contributory  issues. From “bad mothers,” to “insufficient corporal punishment” the limited psychological implications of both ADHD diagnosis and treat ... Read on »
A Review of ADHD Recommendations from 2012 by Teresa M. Posted Thu 03 Jan 2013 2:36pm I have, since beginning to write this blog in 2009, tried to look back on the year and, at the end of the year, write a review of ADHD recommendations based on what worked well in the previous year. I did not write this post in 2011 because I spaced out but I vowed to get to it this year because I find it is important to report on wha ... Read on »
TRICARE Management Activity ESY Report Card by Angela W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Aug 2008 9:12pm TRICARE Management Activity has completed the 2007-2008 Extended School Year (ESY) and as required, the ESY report card has been generated. SUBJECT: GRADE Reading Comprehension - F Following Directions - F Effective Services Plan Writing - F Ethics - F Completion of Effective Projects - F Listening to Co ... Read on »
ADHD, Methylphenidate and Blood Sugar Levels by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 11:28pm ADHD medications may interfere with blood sugar levels and glucose metabolism: When we think of common side effects of ADHD medications (especially of the stimulant variety), we often consider things such as cardiovascular risks (increased heart rates and blood pressure), appetite suppression (which may subsequently result in temporary growth i ... Read on »