ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids

New research reveals ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids.

ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in KidsDiscover what this new research has identified. Medical Reporter, Lucie Van Den Berg, briefly reports on the results of two research studies from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute from Melbourne, Australia. Ms. Van Den Berg’s piece appears in the Herald Sun.

These studies have identified two critical areas that influences academic performance, and an individual’s ability to deal with life events.

Learn the age, and number of children studied in this research. Find out the statistical ratio of the likelyhood of these effects further burdening children with ADHD.

The excerpt below will answer some of your questions.

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ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids

“Children with ADHD struggle with language and anxiety, new Melbourne research reveals”

“Two studies of almost 800 Victorian (Area in Australia) children, published in leading medical journal Pediatrics, found those suffering from ADHD were much more likely to have language difficulties and anxiety than their counterparts.”

“This meant that they had difficulty with reading and maths.”

“MCRI Lead researcher Dr Emma Sciberras said it was the first large scale study to demonstrate children with ADHD had language difficulties.”

“But it also found that these children did not have difficulty socialising.”

“A second study of more than 400 children found more than half of children also had anxiety problems.”

“Children with ADHD suffer from impulsivity and hyperactivity and it affects an estimated five per cent of school aged children.”

“She said parents need to be aware that these additional difficulties can make daily life for children with ADHD even harder.”

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ADHD and Anxiety Symptoms in Kids are not triggering language assessments.

Parents may benefit from discovering how cognitive behavioral therapy may be beneficial to children struggling with ADHD, symptoms of anxiety, and/or language difficulties.

Since new research finding will assist medical professionals treat these children, it is advised to consult with your primary care physician, and other professionals.

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Raising Children with ADHD

Raising Children with ADHDIn the LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL, Adam D. Young has presented an amazing piece on Raising Children with ADHD. He presents a family named Von Theumer, who have over the last 50 years have dedicated their lives to raising children other than their own, 40 children to be exact. Currently a boy of 11 with ADHD is calling their family home.

Have a read… Great stuff!
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Raising Children with ADHD

“’Parents, professionals offer tips on raising children with ADHD”

“More than 40 children have grown up under the care of 75-year-old Alfred and his 68-year-old wife, Isabel, during 50 years of marriage.”

“But even supporting dozens of children who have moved on through Boys Scouts, toyed around with joining the Marines and grown into successful adults over the decades hadn’t… “

“Decades of raising more than 40 children hadn’t prepared the Von Theumers for the challenges and blessings of 11-year-old Daniel and his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, known as ADHD. Daniel Von Theumer, 11, sits with his adoptive mother, … “

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I’d wish I’d met a family like the Von Theumers. Such dedication is a rarity.

Did you know that 1 out of 10 children in the United States (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) are living with ADHD?

Parenting by example, as with all children, is expressly important to parenting children with ADHD. Adults’ behavior in the presents of a child with ADHD can be over stimulating, and not necessarily parenting by example. This piece stresses that very fact. Parents and anyone helping to raise a child with ADHD is more effective when monitoring their own behavior as well as the child’s behavior.

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