Getting the Right Treatment and Support

There's more to ADHD than just medication. From diet and exercise to 504s and IEP, there are numerous options on how to treat ADHD in both children and adults. With the proper treatment and accompanying support, a child with ADHD can mitigate school and other places where ADHD symptoms can create problems. 

Explore the resources below to learn more about different options available to parents, children, and educators. 

Treatments and Support for ADHD

ADHD Treatments: Drugs

There are different drugs available to treat ADHD, including Ritalin, Adderall, and other central nervous system stimulants.

The 'ADHD Diet': What Works and What Doesn't

Learn how caffeine, sugar, and other parts of a child's diet can affect his or her behavior, and if it contributes to ADHD symptoms.

Supplements to Treat ADHD

Many nutritional supplements promise to affect an array of conditions, but can they help with ADHD?

Connect With Clinical Trials for ADHD

Clinical trials are used to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of new medications and treatment devices. Your participation may help with ADHD research, and lead to medical treatment breakthroughs.

Parenting Tips for ADHD: Dos and Don'ts

Does your child have ADHD? Are there times when you feel lost? We have some helpful tips and tricks to make parenting a child with ADHD easier.

Know Your Patient Rights

Federal law protects people with disabilities, but does that include ADHD? Read on to find out.

Working With Your Child's Teachers

Working with your child's teachers can help negotiate problems that may be caused by ADHD. Learn how to do this.

The Most Natural Treatment of All: Green Space and ADHD

Some research shows that children with ADHD exposed to green spaces can have improvement in their symptoms. Read on to learn more.

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