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This question should probably be posted in the Health or General Parenting section.
The is Politics and Current Events.
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Answer by jlizgar at 1:30 PM on Oct. 26, 2009
Effective treatment of AD/HD in children and teens requires a comprehensive approach that professionals call multimodal. This means that the best outcomes are achieved when multiple interventions work together as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. The elements of a multimodal treatment approach include:
â€¢Â Parent training
â€¢Â Behavioral intervention strategies
â€¢Â An appropriate educational program
â€¢Â Education regarding AD/HD
â€¢Â Medication, when necessary
Positive behavior intervention can be critical. The most important techniques are consistency and positive reinforcement, in which the child is rewarded for desired behavior.
Answer by Clairwil at 1:30 PM on Nov. 2, 2009
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