Attention Deficit Disorder
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Neurofeedback treatment compared to medication for ADHD
Strong New Support for Neurofeedback Treatment for ADHD by David Rabiner, PhD - "Results from these studies suggest that the benefits of neurofeedback for ADHD may approximate those provided by stimulant medication. Study 2 also suggests that neurofeedback may produce academic gains that medication does not. Thus, while neither study is perfect (then again, no single study ever is) both point towards the value of neurofeedback treatment for many children with ADHD.
Is your teen with ADHD ready to drive?
Is your teen with ADHD ready to drive? by Flaura Koplin Winston, MD, PhD - "The presence of ADHD increased a teen’s crash risk by two to four times, placing them at a higher crash risk than adults who are legally drunk, found a 2007 study." - Questions about levels of maturity, situation awareness and ability to take constructive criticism. Getting medication right, driver ed training and continued monitoring may also be necessary.