ADD Medication Guide

Here is your ADD Medication Guide!

Thank you for signing up to receive our free ADD Medication Guide and our newsletter.  We put this together for you to learn more about the names and categories of medications that are used to help manage the characteristics of  ADD.  You have made a great choice to educate yourself more with this information.   Many times, when someone has been prescribed medication, it takes a lot of trial and error to achieve the best “fit”.  Everyone is different with how the characteristics of ADD affects them and how medications respond to an individual symptoms.  And even though you may have other members of your family who have had success with a specific medication, this does not mean that you or your child will respond similarly or have the same success.  

** When beginning a medication regime with your child, we highly recommend that you keep close track of how your child responds to the meds.  Close observation insures more success.  Ask your child often how they’re feeling throughout the day and seek appropriate changes in dose/intervals as needed.

** Remember, treating the symptoms of ADD with medication alone is only half of the treatment plan.  Combining medication treatment and behavioral treatments together will produce the most successful outcome!  This is why education is so important for the adults to become more knowledgable.  As a parent of a child who’s been diagnosed with ADD, you know your child best and you are his/her best advocate.

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