As your daughter is under the care of more than one professional, it is important to take all their opinions into consideration, not just one.
Please be sure to explain to the pediatric neurologist the difficulties your daughter has had with her hearing and the relatively short time she has had her hearing aids. Any assessments conducted within the past year should be brought to the neurologists attention as s/he will be able to take this under advisement when making the formal diagnosis.
Please bear in mind that medication should always be the last resort. If she is making progress with her current treatments, it may be worthwhile giving them a little more time to rectify the difficulties. However, if no/very little improvement has been seen, medication may be required - provided a diagnosis of ADHD is made.
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