Research shows that ADHD is highly heritable, meaning it is very common for parents of children with ADHD to also struggle with ADHD themselves.
Children’s National psychopharmacologist Adelaide Robb, MD, answers some questions caregivers have about ADHD medications.
Sibling bonds are important and spending time with siblings can be fun! At the same time, it can be upsetting when siblings are loud, have too much energy or touch our belongings without asking.
Pediatric neuropsychiatrist Jay Salpekar, MD, recommends a combination of therapy, education, behavior modification and medicine for treating children with ADHD.
Dr. Lisa Efron answers a reader’s question about what to do when your child is diagnosed with ADHD.