This one's for you. Has your child recently been identified with Attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder? Most commonly known as ADHD, this mental health disorder affects over 9% of
children aged 2-17 years old, according to the CDC.ADHD is characterized by a lack of focus, distractibility, impulsivity and often co-exist with other behavioral or developmental challenges. Many parents have shared that dealing with an ADHD child can be frustrating, challenging, and confusing as they attempt to grapple with questions surrounding why their child won’t “behave”.