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Updated 07 September 2016

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If you have a child living with ADHD, believe in your child.

Think about, or make a written list of everything that is positive, valuable, and unique about your child.

Trust that your child can learn, change, mature, and succeed. Make thinking about this a routine, like brushing your teeth or making coffee.

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