Would you want your #ADHD child wearing a sand vest?

“It’s an idea that has caught people’s imaginations, particularly among occupational therapists, but I’ve not seen good evidence for this,” says Philip Asherson, a professor of molecular psychiatry at King’s College London who is speaking at an ADHD Richmond seminar on Tues 3rd July  “There’s a risk that you impose something on a child that they don’t like.”

Asherson said a crucial element of helping children with ADHD thrive is to find things they do well and are passionate about.



Posted on January 21, 2018, in Notes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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