About ADD / ADHD
ADD/ADHD And You – Did you know?
ADHD -ADD – (Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a “very real” disorder that effects from 5-10% of Dallas children and young adults. Although girls can have this disorder, boys are 8 times more likely to be affected. Also, over 28% of parents who have been diagnosed or lived with this disorder are likely to have an ADD/ADHD child.
Diagnosing, testing and treating the cause and effect of ADD/ADHD in school age children will help prevent “very real” and sometimes “very serious” student, behavior and social problems, now and in the future! There are subtle yet distinct differences between ADD/ADHD.
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Treatment is Available for ADD/ADHD!
Do you or your child show symptoms and you are unsure what to do about it? Dr. Robert Young at the Adult and Children’s Treatment Center for ADD/ADHD of Texas has successfully diagnosed and treated this disorder for over 30 years in the Dallas, Plano and surrounding areas. His wealth of knowledge, training and research in treatments can help you, and help your child, manage this disorder. Many parents give testimonials of poor students becoming “A” students after diagnosis and treatment is underway!
Begin ADD/ADHD Treatment in Dallas / Plano TX
While some children outgrow ADD/ADHD, about 60% continue to have symptoms into adulthood. Medications for ADD/ADHD have become more specific over the past years. With specific medication and dosage adjustments, along with ADD/ADHD training, we will endeavor to help you and/or your child manage and overcome the difficulties associated with this disorder. Why wait ..and take the chance on inhibiting your child’s mental, emotional and scholastic well being when help is just a click or call away!
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Once the above steps are complete you may schedule your appointment by clicking here.
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