1:00–2:00pm EDT; 12:00–1:00pm CDT; 11:00am–12:00pm MDT; 10:00–11:00am PDT; 9:00–10:00am AKDT; 7:00–8:00am HAST
This webinar is hosted by Additute
Most toddlers and preschoolers exhibit some ADHD-like signs — becoming easily distracted, talking endlessly, moving around like a jumping bean — as part of their normal and healthy development. These neurotypical behaviors are difficult to differentiate and distinguish from the patterns associated with ADHD at such a young age. As a result, many parents fall into the trap of waiting for behaviors to improve. However, waiting too long can cause serious problems for children who do have ADHD. Untreated symptoms put them at great risk for long-term social, emotional, academic, and behavioral difficulties.
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