ADHD and Psychiatric Disorders


The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry reported that children with ADHD are at increased risk for developing secondary psychiatric disorders in adolescence, including substance-related  disorders, conduct disorder, anxiety, and depression.

The study proves the importance of treating ADHD at an early age.

“ADHD is fundamentally a neuro-cognitive disorder, and the only way to resolve it permanently is to use a neuro-cognitive training program that is designed to address these issues. You can find out more information about assessment and treatment of ADHD and LD on this webpage.

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