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ODD stands for Oppositional Defiant Disorder, which means they go against anything an authority figure says. ADD stands for Attention Deficit Disorder and is a difficulty in focusing attention. I am not sure if a 4 year old can be diagnosed with ODD.
Having his EQ and IQ assessed will give you a good starting point as you know which areas need attention; however, I doubt anyone told you HOW to deal with these areas?
There is a workshop that has worked brilliantly for many parents, however, it will require the attendance of you and your husband as you both are the parents.
I cannot remember the cost of the Workshop off hand, but I will find out for you. (The cost can be reduced if we can get 10 people together)
I can understand that April seems very far away; what department will he be seeing at the university?
I will get back to you shortly with the cost of the workshop; it is 3 hours on two days - very short, and very easy to implement.
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