ADHD

Updated 28 December 2015

ADHD: family dynamics

A psychologist discusses how ADHD affects the family, and how some planning and structure can 'normalise' things for everyone.

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There is no shortage of articles, blogs and support structures for parents of children with ADHD – everything from diet sheets, medication regimes and supplement suggestions can be found online. 

But what about the siblings that don't have ADHD, and what are the effects of ADHD on the family unit?

A psychologist discusses how ADHD affects the family, and how some planning and structure can 'normalise' things for everyone.

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Delia Strondl is a Registered Career Counsellor focusing on both school readiness and career counselling. She achieved her honours in Psychology and completed a career counselling internship. Since then, she has been working with children with a variety of learning difficulties including ADHD and Cerebral Palsy.

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