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Medication Management

  • Medication options should be discussed with your family physician

    • Stimulant medications and atomoxetine are the most effective treatments we have available for ADHD with the largest evidence base Their safety is incredibly well established They improve 70-90 percent of clinical cases, normalizing 50-60% of such cases They are convenient to administer, with the least effort required relative to other non-medical treatments, especially the once daily delivery systems They are less expensive than psychosocial therapies over the same span of time They can be used for years, even into adulthood 

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Micronutrient Formulation

  • Latest research: Micronutrients improved overall function, reduced impairment andimproved inattention, emotional regulation and aggression, but not hyperactive/impulsive symptoms, in this sample of children with ADHD. Although direct benefit for core ADHD symptoms was modest, with mixed findings across raters, the low rate of adverse effects and the benefits reported across multiple areas of functioning indicate micronutrients may be a favorable option for some children, particularly those with both ADHD and emotional dysregulation. Trial registered with the Australian New Zealand 

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  • Cogmed Working Memory Training® is a computer-based solution for attention problems caused by poor working memory. Together with qualified teams around the world, Cogmed offers a training solution for all settings. Wecombine cognitive neuroscience with innovative computer game design and close professional support to deliver substantial and lasting benefits to our users. Our solutions include easy-to-use software and personal support.

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Executive Functioning Training

  • GROUP THERAPY Executive function skills enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and manage multiple tasks. Up to 90 percent of kids with ADHD struggle with executive function challenges that impair goal-directed behavior. Here’s how to identify EFD, and get it under control.

  • The group sessions will be running on a continuous intake basis. You can enter the program at any time.  The sessions will repeat so that you do not have to miss a session and can fit it into your busy schedule.    

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