Generally, the occupational therapist whom your son saw should give you a recommendation of whether he can still benefit from the OT sessions, with regards to his ADD symptoms. It is very difficult to say which one, if not both, should be resumes without knowing the change in his behaviour since stopping. Did he stop both at the same time? If it was at different times, how was his behaviour after each one was stopped? It is important to remember that ADD is not something that will go away after a while; many people who believe their ADD is better have simply found ways to cope with it. This task becomes easier as we get older because we are capable of regulating our thoughts and behaviours better. An added bonus is that our families and friends are used to the different behaviours. Having said this, there are others who need different forms of treatment even into their adult years; this is not because they are not as bright or are more severe, they simply have different imbalances which are not as easily controlled. I wish I could you give you more advice.
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