Avery Trace Middle School’s Jaida Campbell talks supporting children with ADHD.
More than 6 million young people nationwide live with ADHD. More and more we are meeting the challenges of ADHD head on with strong diagnoses, and more and more parents understand that a prescription does not have to be the only answer for a diagnosis. Over the last 2 years, parents across out community have come together to help one another be better parents of ADHD children – to vent, to learn, to support one another. Avery Trace Middle School’s Jaida Campbell leads that effort. You can learn more about ADHD and ADD at ADDitudemag.Com or CHADD.Org. The next meeting of the local Parent2Parent Support Group takes place September 30 at Noon at Avery Trace School.
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