Hi i have a seven year old daughter who is adhd. she is1 of 4 girls found out she was adhd last year had to push the school test her and just rode them till they did.Best thing i have done also one of the most frustraiting as well.finaly put her on meds and did a 180. was almost scarry how quick it happened.now is mot all that has to be done.diet and keeping her busy is very very important.i as well am adhd someof uf just need meds if i did yers ago i would have had a better chance. you have to write rhe achool and make a copy for yourself the school has to test or what they call observe .now this part is frustraiting. just keep all of your letters dates .a teacher told me they have to test if u request it in writeing HAVE TO WRITE it or gets set aside.take eesults to primary care and they may start on vyvans . good luckView Thread
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