Our expert says:
If ADD i suspected, it should be assessed and diagnosed properly by a proper specialist - a child psychiatrist, child psychologist, or just possibly a paediatrician with special experience in this field. Similarly, all potentially useful interventions and treatments should be discussed with that specialist. No school teacher or school nutritionist is properly qualified to eitther make that diagnosis or to recommend treatment.
Malatonin is not recognized as an effective treatment in such situations. If he has become worse bhaved while on omegas, clearly they're not being very effective with him.
The school MUST deal properly with ALL complaints of bullying. But otherwise, have your son properly assessed by the appropriate specialists, and discuss all treatment options.
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