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How to support your child with ADHD 

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How to support your child with ADHD 

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There are some things you can try that could make a difference to your family life: 

  • Go to your GP if there is a worry that your child has ADHD. A diagnosis may help you to move forwards.  
  • Talk to the rest of your family to make sure they understand what is going on, so you are all on the same page.  
  • Set some boundaries and don’t put up with bad behaviour e.g., swearing. 
  • Ensure you help your child have a healthy lifestyle including a balanced diet, exercise and a sleep routine. 
  • Lastly, find out about local parenting support groups to interact with other parents going through the same thing. You can help each other. 

 

This is a summary of an article written by Young Minds. You can read the full article with more ideas at YoungMinds here https://youngminds.org.uk/find-help/for-parents/parents-guide-to-support-a-z/parents-guide-to-support-adhd/  

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