Do You Have A Child Struggling With ADD/ADHD?

Parenting Child With ADHDAs the parent of a child with ADD/ADHD, you are probably all too familiar with how hard it is to get the help your child needs. Our desire to make everything better for our children is natural, the result of our readiness to protect and nurture the ones we love. Yet, this is also what makes fighting Attention Deficit Disorder so frustrating. It is difficult just knowing what to do, how to do it, or even where to start.
The fact is, it is easy to be overwhelmed by ADD/ADHD. Not only is it a serious condition with many dimensions, but a diagnosis is just the first step in what can seem like a never-ending list of requirements for achieving successful treatment. Time and energy is depleted by doctors’ appointments, therapy appointments, meetings with teachers and counselors, stresses within the family, etc. Despite the flurry of activity and responsibilities, it is easy to feel like you are on your own.
In talking with parents, we know children and families are not getting the support they need. If your child is currently being treated for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you feel like you are getting the best treatment for your child
  • Are you getting the results you want?
  • Do you feel like you and your family are getting the attention and support you deserve?
  • At ADHD Specialists, our goal is to integrate treatment methods for ADD and related conditions. Our approach is an integrated one, and our success is measurable through the goals our clients achieve. If you would like to know more about what makes us different please review the following information:

  • Learn more about our treatment approach
  • Review our frequently asked question

    Most medical doctors who treat ADD/ADHD do so as part of a larger practice. ADHD Specialists focuses primarily on only treating ADD and related conditions. This intense focus allows us to continually sharpen our clinical skills, attend specialized training, utilize the latest therapies, and build our process to meet the specific needs of our clients.

    Often medical, testing and counseling services are all separately owned and located practices. It just does not make sense to have to travel from one location to another to treat the same condition. Besides the issue of time and travel, how cohesive and effective is care being delivered in multiple locations by multiple, unrelated providers who don’t have time to talk to each other?

    We Are Conveniently Located

    in the Northern area of Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, in the City of Encino, near the 405 and 101 freeway interchange.
    15720 Ventura Blvd. #503

    Encino, CA 91436
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