ADHD in Children

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Being a parent is hard work no matter what age your child(ren) are. Parenting a child with a behavioral disorder is a whole different situation. When we recently received the diagnosis that T-Bone was among the millions of children and teens with ADHD we weren’t sure what our next steps should be. I immediately started researching online about ADHD in children, what the symptoms of ADHD are and treatment options. The Childhood ADHD Health Center has so much information I was relieved to be able to get all the information I was initially looking for plus lots of additional support I didn’t even realize I needed. Lifescript is an online service specifically for women that offers resources, tips, quizzes and tools to equip us to lead healthier lives.

LifescriptYou can search for childhood ADHD information anywhere online however do you really know how accurate the information is? When dealing with my families health I want to know I am getting the best most reliable factual information and not just thoughts and opinions. With Lifescript I know the helpful tips and articles are written by leading physicians, nutritionists and health experts reassuring me the information is dependable.

childhood adhdAfter researching the Childhood ADHD Health Center I really felt that I knew so much more about our teens disorder and felt equipped to help him. I had no idea that a healthy diet and moderate exercise can help control ADHD symptoms and that having a daily routine including family time can help your child with ADHD be more successful. The information on the Lifescript website is a whole approach from diagnosis to treatment and healthy lifestyle choices to manage your symptoms making it the online tool for your families health needs.

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Lifescript’s Childhood ADHD Health Center features tips, quizzes, recipes and articles – all by professional health writers, experts and physicians – covering how to help your child succeed in school, advice for getting through the morning routine, how girls’ ADHD differs from boys’ and more. Please visit the Lifescript Health Center on Childhood ADHD for more information.

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  1. We have a few small fry’s in our family with ADHD… I have adult ADD. It’s a great resource to have this!!
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  2. It would definitely be reassuring to know that the info you’re reading is legit! Plus, having it in a central spot is great.

  3. Very informative! I had no idea there were so many resources for children’s ADHD.

  4. What a very helpful resource for parents of kids with ADHD.

  5. Lifescript sounds like it was a very helpful tool to have.

  6. I’m glad there’s a website like this to offer information from healthcare professionals and experts about how to help parents and children succeed in the face of ADHD. Thanks for this post!

  7. John has said that he had ADHD when he was in school but wasn’t treated for it. He always struggled in school because of it. Researching medical stuff online can be very scary so it is good to know of a reputable place to find information.

  8. Wow I have never heard of this website I might need to check it out once we have an official diagnosis for our 6 y/o. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Kristen Biehl says:

    One of the hardest things I’ve had to learn how to cope with is being a sister of a brother with an emotional disorder. When he was little they said ADHD, then as he got older the diagnosis kept changing. It’s hard on the siblings to learn that mom’s extra attention on the hold with ADHD is not a favoritism issue.

    • I never thought about it from that perspective. And you are so right getting an accurate diagnosis in children/teens is so hard :(

  10. OMG that site is addicting LOL! Went through your link to check it out and got stuck there for ages. Lots of topics to look into. Thanks for the good resource!

  11. I am loving this resource, I’m going to be passing it along to some friends who may benefit.

  12. Thanks for sharing this resource. My son suffers from ADHD as well, so it’s always great to find online resources that offer information and support.

  13. This is a great resource that will benefit many parents. I will share this with others, thank you for this article.

  14. A close friend of mine was just told that her son had ADD, perfect timing for me to see this. I’m going to send her the link, I know she’ll appreciate the info and support - thanks!!

  15. I’ll have to share this with my sister, both of my nephews have ADHD and this looks incredibly helpful! Thanks for sharing!

  16. This sounds like a wonderful read and to gain a lot of information. I’m glad information is being given to help in this area.

  17. I know a few people with ADHD that could really benefit from this website! My BIL has Adult ADHD and is always struggling to find resources to help him learn more how to manage it. This could really benefit him.

  18. My kids don’t have ADHD but a few of my siblings do. I’ll have to pass along this site to my mom.

  19. Thanks for sharing. It is great to know there is a trustworthy resource for gaining more information.

  20. I’m thinking it has to be completely overwhelming at first. What a terrific place to start!

  21. Thank you for posting! I work with several kids with ADHD (often secondary to other disorders or disabilities), and it is wonderful to know you found the information you were looking for. I wish there were more resources for parents to learn about their child’s condition and learn ways to help them.

  22. ADHD is commonly talked about but there’s so much that most people don’t know about! Thanks for the resource!

  23. Rebecca says:

    Love this source for info. Thanks for sharing!

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