Do You Have ADHD/ADD? Are You Sure?
You Can Not Best Help Your Child, Until You First Help Yourself

Have you been screened for ADD/ADHD, or any co-occurring conditions?

 

 

 

There is a genetic component to ADD and so, where there is a child with ADD, there is often a parent with ADD. Additionally, Alcoholism, Addictions, Depression, Dysthymia, Bipolar Disorder, Learning Disabilities, OCD, Tourette's Syndrome, Anxiety Disorders, Sleep Disorders and many Adjustment Disorders are far more prevalent in families with an ADD child, than in the general population.  

 


If you have never considered the possibility of your having any of the above mentioned conditions, please, consider it now. Take the screening questionnaires below to prescreen for Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder and more. If Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder, or any other mental health condition, is a possibility for you, and/or your spouse, and you do not address it, you may find parenting your child, and following through with the necessary intervention, more difficult than it need be. Be proactive! Choose to be the best parent you can possibly be to your child by modeling self-respect through self-care.


If you often feel stressed, overwhelmed, worn out by your children...

If things are out of control in your home and you feel you can never catch up...

If you have trouble keeping up with all you have to do...

the difficulty may not be with your parenting skills,

or

that your child has ADD and is a challenge to raise.

You may be one of society's many undiagnosed ADD adults.

If you recognize some of your child's ADD traits in yourself,

please take the ADD prescreening questionnaire before you go any further!


Research repeatedly demonstrates that Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder runs in families. Approximately 4% of the adult population is diagnosed with ADD. It is suspected that this is an underestimate of the actual number of ADD adults because many never receive a diagnosis. If you and your spouse have not considered whether or not you have ADD, or any of the related conditions, now is the time to do so. You cannot effectively take care of your child, if you do not first take care of yourself.

 

READ!  STUDY SUGGESTS ADHD CHILDREN MAY HAVE ADHD PARENTS 

 

Help yourself, to help your child, by taking self administrated online screening surveys here!

 

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