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Q&A: ADHD and Family

Living with -- and getting along with -- family members with ADHD can be a challenge. Find out how you can do it.

1. How would you handle a grandchild who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?
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2. I am a 13-year-old girl who is trying to understand ADHD.
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3. My stepdaughter is on medicine for ADHD. Her mother hasn't told us a lot about this problem. Please help us understand what is going on, or suggest something that we can do for her.
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4. Our son has ADHD and the relatives are coming to visit. Nobody in the family understands ADHD. Please help.
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5. How can I make my nephew with ADHD feel comfortable during his visit with our family?
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