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The ADHD Child Care Guide

Recognized as one of the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric disorders in children, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects nearly three million children globally. While children with ADHD will face a number of challenges, contrary to popular belief, they can be productive and successful in their younger years and beyond, and live happy, healthy and fulfilled lives.

ADHD Child Care (http://www.adhdchildcare.com), an advocacy Web site dedicated to informing parents about ADHD and equipping them with the resources and tools they need to help propel children with ADHD to success, is currently offering “The ADHD Child Care Guide.” This free report now available for download contains tips, statistics,  guidelines and effective strategies for parents seeking support and more information about the disorder.

“The first step to combating the symptoms and challenges of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is to learn as much about the disorder as possible,” says Michael Jerek, founder of ADHD Child Care.

ADHD Child Care is a Web site offering detailed information and resources on the symptoms, causes, treatments and natural remedies for ADHD children. The site offers information including:

■ The 13 most common symptoms and early signs of ADHD in children.

■ The four most common misconceptions about the causes of ADHD.

■ The four most common and effective treatments for children with ADHD.

■ Ways doctors are using natural remedies as an alternative to Ritalin, Concerta, Straterra and other medications to treat ADHD.

■ Details about the ADHD Diet and the most important Dos and Don’ts to consider when implementing the diet.

“The ADHD Child Care Guide” is available to parents when they subscribe to the site’s blog. Parents can unsubscribe from the blog at any time.

“Learning that your child may have ADHD can be scary, discouraging and even frustrating, but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone,” Jerek says. “There is a great deal of information and support available for you, and we are committed to doing our part to make parenting children with ADHD less difficult and [more] rewarding.”

For more information or to download “The ADHD Child Care Guide,” visit http://www.adhdchildcare.com.


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