Please speak with your prescribing doctor regarding the change in behaviour; it may well be linked to puberty and a change in dose may be required.
Setting up firm boundaries with the school and at home may help her to know the limits and consequences.
I know this will be difficult, but with puberty setting in she may be feeling insecure or anxious and not understand the reasons behind it or how to manage it. I'm sure you have spoken with her already, but perhaps reminding her that she may feel a bit emotional at times - and that is ok - but the way in which she deals with is not. Perhaps helping her to find a more acceptable way of dealing with her emotions would help, such as taking a walk, counting backwards from 100, screaming into a pillow etc. Her ADHD will make this process far more difficult than other pre-teens and therefore speaking with her doctor is suggested.
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