Our expert says:
OK, I'm relieved that the diagnosis was made by an experienced Paediatrician - too often I find elaborate and expensive treamtnets and interventions embarked upon on the diagnosis of unqualified teachers or ITs.
The sort of disruptive behaviour you describe is not really typical of ADHD, and there are other relavant potential diagnoses - maybe it'd be wise to arange for her to see a child psychiatrist or child psychologist for a deeper assessment and consideration of various alternative diagnoses.
Its not possible usefully to pronojnce on issues like adding Ritalin to her Strattera from a distance ; only someone with the full and detailed story and a detailed personal assessment of the child, can do so usefully.
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