Why Married Couples Don't Have Sex ...At Least Not With Each Other!

Sara Dimerman in conversation with Kate Davidson and Carol Y. Barber.

Over the course of this episode you will learn more about:

  • How to identify signs that your child may be more distractible, inattentive or hyperactive when compared to the average child his/her age.
  • Reasons why your child may be distractible, inattentive or hyperactive.
  • What steps to take in order to have your child assessed and by whom.
  • Why a formal assessment may be key to getting your child the help he/she needs
  • The tests that may be used to assess your child.
  • Treatment approaches to dealing with children who are distractible, inattentive or hyperactive.
  • How to advocate on your child’s behalf at school and outside of school
  • Dos and don’ts when dealing with a child who is distractible, inattentive or hyperactive.
  • What resources and supports are available to you and your child.

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