The first most important step is to provide an emotionally secure environment, where your child knows the boundaries (exactly what is expected of him), but feel loved and accepted. The educational pschychologist who did the assessment has to advise exactly what the next step should be. Medication may be of value (but this should only be given under good observation from someone who is qualified to measure its impact), but by far the most important thing is to get basics right first.
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