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An occupational therapist is is not a doctor. ADHD is a actual medical condition and should be treated as such. Medical conditions require doctors. A diagnosis and treatment of ADHD requires a doctor. Depending on your local, it quiet likely requires a Psychiatrist or a Pediatrician. Potentially a GP, who has a lot of experience in the area might work, ...


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I think most parents do amateur/informal occupational therapy for their children with ADHD without realizing it. To me, occupational therapy feels like formalized common sense. It entails adapting a child's environment to better fit his needs, and teaching him coping skills to help him adapt when his environment can't. For a child with ADHD, examples of ...



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