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Can ADHD Medication Decrease risks for depression, February 23, 2016
Suggesting that ADHD medication that helps ADHD also lessens depression risks. For children treated for ADHD, lessened hopelessness may be a common factor. Biol Psychiatry 

Rising abuse and ER visits related to Adderal in 18 to 25 year olds, February 16, 2016– Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine, Spring 2016
Medical Marijuana: Alleged therapeutic use for developmental and behavioral disorders in children? Feb, 2016. J Dev. Behavioral Pediatrics.: 
Undocumented benefits, abundant evidence of harm to the developing brain.
  • How to Prevent Anxiety in Children
  • How To Help Children Under 10 Cope With Anxiety
  • Benefits of exercise for Anxiety
  • What Is It Like To Suffer From An Anxiety Disorder?
  • What’s the Difference Between Feeling Anxious and Having Anxiety?
  • Help your Child reduce test Stress
  • How to Stop Automatic Negative Thoughts
  • In High School, the Kids Are Not All Right
To Fidget or Not To Fidget
by Jeana Adams, ADHD/EF
Education Consulting Assistant
Behavioral Treatment for ADHD/ADD:A General Overview by David Rabiner, Ph.D. Research Professor, Duke University  - An important non-medical approach used in treating children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder is known as behavior therapy or behavior management.
5 Ways to Support Siblings in Special Needs Families by Alyson Krueger on Child Mind Institute - Having to compete for parental attention can lead to resentment towards the parents or the sibling soaking up the attention. Even a protective and supportive sibling can get frustrated, and feel unable or unwilling to complain.
The Top 3 Challenges to Finding a Babysitter for Your Special Needs Child — and How to Overcome Them - Parenting is full of challenges, not the least of which is finding time for self-care. For parents of children with special needs, finding that elusive balance can be even more difficult. Luckily, with some planning and preparation, it’s possible to find a sitter you trust, who understands your child, and who is available on your schedule.